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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

California's Death Penalty Redux

It looks as though the federal courts will be reviewing California's death penalty again. This is a good thing. Today's Los Angeles Times reported that the State had to postpone the Morales execution indefinitely because they couldn't locate a doctor who would participate in putting an inmate to death:

San Quentin spokesman Crittendon said the state "was not able to find any medical professionals willing to inject medication intravenously, ending the life of a human being."

"The warden felt it was not ethical to approach an individual who would potentially be putting their license in jeopardy," Crittendon said. "How would it affect their careers by being involved in the execution process in the manner we've been discussing?"
I've blogged more in depth on this issue over at Bloggernacle Times here.


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