posted on Jan, 6 2006 @ 10:36 AM
It has to be assumed that innocent people are wrongly found guilty and executed.
Oddly tho, lots of pro-death penalty activists and supporters, like president bush when he was governor of texas, felt that everyone on death row
really was guilty, and that there was no problem because there were no wrongful decisions.
Regardless, I can understand the rationale behind having a death penalty even when you know that some innocent people will be killed, but there is a
big issue over using new genetic evidence in older cases. I can't understand making an issue of it. Its new, possibly compelling and decisive,