Thursday, December 16, 2004

Regarding Scott Peterson

Eric Predoehl, who operates the blog EP Rants You got a problem with that?, writes logically of the Scott Peterson dilemma:

Millions have dollars have been spent on the Scott Peterson case, and the recommendation for the death penalty will ensure that millions of more dollars will be spent by the state of California for the invariable appeals process. As the state of California struggles with massive budget problems, leading to a shut-down of various fire stations, libraries, educational programs, and other important public services, there always seems to be plenty of money to pay for the business of death. The prosecution and defense lawyers will be gainfully employed for the continuing process, while the families will endure the trauma of this hellish legal nightmare with each and every new trial.

To read the entire essay, go here.

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