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Facts about the Death Penalty - Death Penalty Information Center


Nov 17, 2016 ... Facts about the Death Penalty ... Race of Death Row Inmates and Death Row Inmates by State Source: NAACP Legal Defense Fund, “Death ...

50 Facts About the Death Penalty | Death Penalty Information Center


Unless otherwise stated, all facts below are accurate as of June 1, 2015. Facts on Innocence. Since 1973, 153 people have been exonerated from death row.

U.S. Death Penalty Facts | Amnesty International USA


Information on US death penalty costs, trends, statistics and other facts from Amnesty International. Join the campaign to end capital punishment!

Death Penalty Facts: 41 Facts about The Death Penalty ... - FactSlides


Death Penalty Facts: did you know that... At least 1 in 25 people sentenced to the death penalty in the U.S. are innocent?

5 facts about the death penalty | Pew Research Center


Nov 14, 2016 ... Voters in three states voted in support of capital punishment in 2016 despite a fall in nationwide support. Here are five facts about the death ...

Death Penalty Fast Facts - CNN.com


Oct 24, 2016 ... Read CNN's Fast Facts about the death penalty in the United States.

Death penalty facts that may surprise you - CNN.com


Death penalty facts that may surprise you. By CNN Staff. updated 7:35 AM EDT, Mon September 8, 2014. Facebook. STORY HIGHLIGHTS. Stats show U.S. ...

Facts about capital punishment - the death penalty


"Executing the mentally retarded is senseless cruelty. Even strong death penalty supporters recognize that capital punishment is wrong for people with the mind ...

5 Surprising Facts About the Death Penalty Worldwide


Apr 13, 2013 ... China keeps its execution numbers secret, Saudi Arabia crucifies a man, and the U.S. ranks fifth highest, according to a new report.

Did You Know? - Death Penalty - ProCon.org


May 3, 2013 ... Read little known facts in the death penalty debate. All the facts are sourced and linked to supporting information.

Capital punishment - Wikipedia
Capital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is a government sanctioned practice whereby a person is put to death by the state as a punishment for a ... More »