Scalia once touted exoneree’s death sentence as example of capital punishment’s worth

“A North Carolina death row inmate exonerated by DNA evidence on Tuesday was once held up by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as an example of someone who deserved to die,” the Huffington Post reports. You can read the details here.

3 responses to “Scalia once touted exoneree’s death sentence as example of capital punishment’s worth

  1. Justice Scalia also believes that the wrongful conviction rate is 0.027%.
    He’s appointed for life, and unfortunately, he appears to be disgustingly healthy.

  2. He needs to resign! today!

  3. Pingback: The Innocent on Death Row – NY Times Editorial | Wrongful Convictions Blog

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