Thursday, November 02, 2006

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From this morning's Louisville Courier-Journal ...
Disputed Death Sentence Upheld

A federal appeals court yesterday upheld the death sentence of a brain-damaged Louisville man whose lawyer did such a poor job researching his case that the attorney didn't know his real name.
At least the victim's nephew added in the comments: As long as he is never able to be out and hurt another family, I don't see how his death does anything to remove our sadness.

UPDATE: The Washington Post's "Bench Conference" blog addresses this issue, calling it Another Death Penalty Debacle.

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