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International Perspectives on the Death Penalty: A Costly Isolation for the U.S.

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International Perspectives on the Death Penalty: A Costly Isolation for the U.S.

by Richard C. Dieter, Esq. Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center October 1999 Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Introduction

Foreign Nationals and the Death Penalty in the US

Updated November 19, 2018

Information provided by Mark Warren of Human Rights Research

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Statement of Senator Feingold on the Federal Death Penalty Study

Feingold - STATEMENT ON THE FEDERAL DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM STATEMENT ON THE FEDERAL DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM
June 7, 2001

Mr. FEINGOLD. Madame, President, I rise today to speak with grave concern about a report released by the Justice Department yesterday on our federal government's administration of the death penalty. In that report and in his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee yesterday, Attorney General John Ashcroft said that he now concludes that "there is no evidence of racial bias in the administration of the federal death penalty." Madame President,

DPIC Summary of "The Federal Death Penalty Sytem: A Statistical Survey"

THE FEDERAL DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM:
A STATISTICAL SURVEY
(1988-2000)

A Summary of the Report on the Federal Death Penalty
by the Death Penalty Information Center

 

Federal Laws Providing for the Death Penalty

8 U.S.C. § 1342(B)(iv) Bringing in and harboring certain aliens resulting in death.

Editorials

In recent years, many national and local newspapers have published editorials on the death penalty. Some have called for reform based on particular problems, others have called for an end to capital punishment. The quotes below represent a small sample of those statements from newspapers around the country. For additional editorials, see:

Editorials Current Year

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Killing for Votes

THE DEATH PENALTY INFORMATION CENTER

Killing for Votes:

The Dangers of Politicizing the Death Penalty Process

by Richard C. Dieter, Esq. Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center October 1996 Persons who undertake the task of administering justice impartially should not be required--indeed, they should not be permitted--to finance campaigns or to curry the favor of voters by making predictions

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