Death Penalty: Justice or Inhumane?

Death Penalty: Justice or Inhumane?

Death penalty controversy is nothing new in the United States. The debate over whether or not it is an effective means of justice or an inhumane ending to an individual’s life continues to rage on from many different aspects. In most recent events, President Barack Obama has called for a Justice Department inquiry into the application […]

Death Penalty Scales of Justice or Murder?

Death Penalty Scales of Justice or Murder?

It seems that there has always been controversy over whether the death penalty is still needed or if its usefulness is outdated. One thing is for certain, no one really wins in the end. For the family whose son, daughter, mother, father, wife, husband, etc. was cruelly taken out of this world before their time, […]

Freed 30-Year Death Row Inmate Shows Dangerous Flaws in Death Penalty

Freed 30-Year Death Row Inmate Shows Dangerous Flaws in Death Penalty

In 1984 Louisiana, a jury convicted Glenn Ford of shooting and killing respected and well-known jeweler and watchmaker Isadore Rozeman inside his shop. The recommendation for a death sentence took the jury less than three hours to make. Now, thirty years later, prosecutors say credible evidence has surfaced that Glenn Ford “was neither present at, […]