- Pubblicato Venerdì, 02 Settembre 2011 07: :12
He Doesn’t Have Much to Do With It.
When Rick Perry assumed the governorship in December, 2000, Texas was already the execution capital of the United States, responsible for more than a third of the nation’s executions since 1976. Now, almost eleven years later, the state has even further out-paced the rest of the country, with its share of executions growing to over 40 percent during Perry’s watch.
Under Perry, Executions Raise Questions
The Texas Tribune 2 September 2011
As Gov. Rick Perry touts his tough-on-crime policies on the national political stage, the case of Cameron Todd Willingham will continue to be scrutinized. Scientists have raised questions about whether Willingham set the blaze that killed his three daughters and led to his 2004 execution.
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 02 Settembre 2011 07: :10
According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), there are as many as 100,000 active missing persons cases in the United States at any given time. If you went solely by what you read in the media, you’d probably assume that most of these cases involve pretty white women.
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 02 Settembre 2011 07: :09
Shackled mom seeks visa reserved for crime victims
The Tennessean 2 Sept 2011
Having won a civil lawsuit against the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, an undocumented Nashville resident who was shackled during labor is pushing for a criminal investigation that would bolster her attempts to obtain a visa.
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 02 Settembre 2011 07: :08