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I recently heard Sister Helen Prejean speak in Minneapolis and her articulate presentation made me want to read her book. I saw the movie Dead Man Walking years ago but the book is much better. Prejean completely opposes the death penalty and she works as a spiritual advisor for Death Row inmates. She is sickened by the evil acts these prisoners committed (although she states some innocent people are mistakenly executed) but until government is perfect, capital punishment should be abolished. She also points out it is much more expensive to execute (with lawyers, trials, retrials, etc) than to sentence a prisoner to life in prison. A fascinating and thought-provoking work.
posted Mar 12, 2014 at 2:05PM
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