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Patt Morrison asks: 'Chessman' playright Joseph Rodota on California's ongoing civil war over the death penalty

L.A. Times Wednesday, 12 October 2016 ()
One reason Californians will be voting, again, about the death penalty, next month, is because of a man named Caryl Chessman. He was called the “Red Light Bandit,” and he was executed in 1960 for several crimes, but none of them was murder. He made himself internationally famous, giving interviews...
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News video: States Debate Death Penalty

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Voters in three states will determine whether or not to amend their stance on capital punishment. Oklahoma, Nebraska, and California, have ballot initiatives which will decide whether the states double down on the death penalty, or continue its fade. The practice of capital punishment has been in...

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