They say if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well, not only is the death penalty irretrievably broken, it is inherently broken. Four decades after the Furman decision, this is as clear as ever. Had the death penalty been a product, it would have been judged as shoddy, defective and unreliable. It would have been recalled and removed from the shelves long ago.
David A. Love, Executive Director of Witness to Innocence
FILM: At the Death House Door
Source: The Huffington Post