Mass Murderers May Meet Their Maker A Lot Faster

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Mass Murderers May Meet Their Maker A Lot Faster

Mass Murderers May Meet Their Maker A Lot Faster

The Trump administration has drafted legislation that would speed the death penalty for people who have committed mass murder.

The US has experienced virtually countless mass shootings over the years.

The most recent was in Odessa, Texas.

Reuters reports the measure would be part of a package of gun legislation that the White House intends to propose to Congress.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr has already drafted the legislation.


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