Tuesday, December 14, 2004

One direction.

Today, the Death Penalty Information Center released its annual report, sort of a state-of-the-death-penalty if you will. DPIC Executive Director Dick Dieter had this to say:

"The events of the past year and the statistical evidence all point in one direction," said Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center.

"The public's confidence in the death penalty has seriously eroded over the past several years. Because of so many failures, the death penalty is rightly on the defensive. Life-without-parole offers the public a better alternative without all the risks and expense."

To read CNN.com's story on the DPIC report, go here.

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