Bryan Stevenson has spent his entire career defending prisoners on death row. He and and his staff have won cases for 115 men who have been wrongly condemned. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Stevenson.. NPR
Little Rock, Ark., Apr 28, 2017 / 11:33 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As Arkansas executed its fourth inmate in eight days, Catholics offered prayers for the prisoners, the victims, and their families, saying.. CNA
GENEVA (AP) " The U.N. human rights office says it's "deeply troubled" by four executions over eight days in Arkansas, insisting an accelerated timetable for them based on the looming expiration of a.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •DNA
Arkansas executions drew renewed scrutiny as the state wrapped up an accelerated executions schedule with a lethal injection that left the condemned inmate lurching and convulsing before he died. Newsmax
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VARNER, Ark. — The last of four Arkansas executions over an eight-day period has prompted calls for investigations after the inmate lurched and convulsed while strapped to.. CJME Also reported by •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com
The last inmate set to die under Arkansas' compressed execution timetable looked to state and federal courts Thursday in final bids to save his life.
Kenneth Williams, 38, is scheduled to die.. L.A. Times
On Monday night, the state of Arkansas killed inmates Jack Jones and Marcel Williams, completing the United States’ first double execution since 2000.
For Sister Helen Prejean, an activist nun.. Huffington Post
Arkansas carried out back-to-back executions yesterday, administering lethal injections to two men convicted of rape and murder to become the first US state to put more than one inmate to death on the.. New Zealand Herald
When Robert Blecker, a professor at New York Law School, first witnessed an execution, it reminded him of the scene when his father-in-law died in a hospice. “In both cases, the dying person was.. VOA News