Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Essays on death

On Monday morning, a Connecticut jury sentenced Steven Hayes to death for the murders of three people in a home invasion. Mr. Hayes is not a good man -- but does killing one bad man bring any justice to anyone?

For three well-written viewpoints on the death penalty I would encourage you to read the following blog posts:

"In death, there are no winners," A Public Defender (11/8/2010)

"To darkness," Gamso for the Defense (11/8/2010)

"Darkness before noon," Norm Pattis Blog (11/8/2010)

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