The only way to save the lives of the innocent individuals who are on death rows now and who most certainly will be in the future is to eliminate the system that seeks to murder them.
Troy Davis was executed on September 21, 2011 despite significant doubts about his guilt. The movement to end the death penalty can point to many successes since then, but there is still much work to be done.
There’s something both different and saddening about each of the three executions scheduled this summer in the United States. All three inmates are U.S. Marine Corps veterans whose crimes were committed following their military service.
UPDATES & ACTIONS for Tonight, Tuesday & Wenesday Death Penalty Action Board Member Rev. Sharon Risher leads an execution protest in Greenville, South Carolina The United States is one of the few countries in the entire world that still carries out the death penalty. Starting on Wednesday evening, the United States will carry out more executions in […]
Stop Executing Veterans All three executions scheduled in the United States this summer were of honorably discharged US Marines who committed crimes after their service. By Leah Merriam In the Marine Corps, our motto is “Semper Fidelis” which translates to “always faithful.” In theory, this is rooted in the American ideals of God and country. […]