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The Death of the Death Penalty?

Fifty years ago or so, the American Law Institute (ALI) was given the profound task of devising a method of making the death penalty constitutional in a country where the Eighth Amendment of its constitution prohibits “Cruel and Unusual Punishment.” The ALI (made up of about 4,000 judges lawyers and law professors) has now announced […]

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Italian “Jury” Convicts American Student of Murder in a Tale of Sex and Drugs – All that was Missing Was Evidence!

Amanda Knox, a 20 year old Dean’s List Student from the University of Washington studying abroad for a year in Perugia Italy, has been convicted of murder and related charges in connection with the death of her roommate Meredith Kercher, a British exchange student from Leeds University. The evidence against her? That during a 30 […]