Demonstrators gather in front of the Arkansas State Capitol to protest the death penalty and the state's scheduled executions in Little Rock, Ark., April 14, 2017. The crush of state-sponsored killings has reignited a national debate over capital punishment as the state of Arkansas faces legal challenges over its plan to execute six seven convicted murderers before the end of the month.
Demonstrators gather in front of the Arkansas State Capitol to protest the death penalty and the state's scheduled executions in Little Rock, Ark., April 14, 2017. The crush of state-sponsored killings has reignited a national debate over capital punishment as the state of Arkansas faces legal challenges over its plan to execute six seven convicted murderers before the end of the month. TAMIR KALIFA New York Times
Demonstrators gather in front of the Arkansas State Capitol to protest the death penalty and the state's scheduled executions in Little Rock, Ark., April 14, 2017. The crush of state-sponsored killings has reignited a national debate over capital punishment as the state of Arkansas faces legal challenges over its plan to execute six seven convicted murderers before the end of the month. TAMIR KALIFA New York Times

Rush-job on the death penalty

April 26, 2017 09:02 PM