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Rights of the Condemned: What Oklahoma Death Row Prisoners Can and Can’t Do In Their Final Hours
 22 days ago

Cover picture for the articleAs Oklahoma prepares to carry out seven executions over a five-month stretch, the U.S. Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments in a case that could expand civil rights for the condemned. Convicted of murdering a convenience store worker and sentenced to death in 2008, Texas prisoner John Henry Ramirez...

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Stephen Howk
22d ago

How about the victims rights? I'm sure they would like to have said goodbye to family and friends 🙏! Ask the family what they would like to take place!!

Kenneth Anderson
21d ago

I wouldn't give them a dam thing.did there victims get to have a priest.say goodby a smoke.or be killed peaceful.whith no pain.far as I'm concerned get it done right after sentence.or better yet.just pick a night no warning and wackem.

Richard Benjamin
21d ago

Those being executed should get the same privileges/requests they gave their victims…none!


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