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Firing Squad Not a Death Penalty Option in NC
Firing Squad Not a Death Penalty Option in NC

North Carolina is among about half the states in this country that still allow the death penalty for certain convictions. Our neighbor South Carolina has received considerable media attention about one of their death row inmates asking to be executed by firing squad. This is ...

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Blog posts in Violent Crimes

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