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To be included among the 127, defendants must have been convicted and sentenced to death, and their convictions then overturned. 20 The average number of years a convict served before he was exonerated and released from prison was nine and a half, almost a decade. How do these innocent people end up on death row? 21 The Innocence Project has used the new forensic science capabilities of DNA identification to free 16 of the 127 exonerated prisoners. Those numbers are significant to death penalty opponents.
33 34 DEATH PENALTY Famous Reprieves John Smith, English burglar, 1705: John Smith was hanged at Tyburn gallows on December 12, 1705. ” he was cut down and revived. Even though the reprieve turned out to be an elaborately staged hoax, he was legitimately pardoned and became a celebrity speaker. The story of “Half-Hanged Smith” comes from the Newgate Calendar, a sensationalist publication describing the crimes, trials, and executions of common criminals from Newgate Prison in London, intended as a moral lesson to the population.
Governments worldwide have often attempted to justify their lethal fury by extolling the purported benefits that such killing would bring to the rest of society. 18 Death penalty advocates deny the brutalization argument by pointing to countries with higher execution rates than the United States: A crime is an unlawful act, legal punishment is a lawful act. . There is no evidence for brutalization caused by the death penalty. The idea that legal killing will lead to imitation by illegal killing, or to any increase in violent crime, is unsubstantiated.
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