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Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty
Alabama’s death row speaks
870 Market Street, Suite 859
San Francisco, CA 94102
Bosco, a journalist, found her world turned upside down when her son and daughter-in-law were murdered. As someone who has always opposed the death penalty, Bosco became more vocal about her beliefs as she met with others who had suffered the same losses but shared in her convictions.
A current and historical look at the death penalty. The authors examine how executions are carried out in different sates and how the American public truly feels about it.
Prejean, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Medaille, discusses her friendship with Patrick Sonnier and Robert Lee Wilson, Two of Louisiana?s death row inmates, and argues for the abolition of capital punishment.
This collection of essays examines various questions surrounding the death penalty ranging from whether Timothy McVeigh “deserved” to die to whether executions should be televised.