Capitol Punishment 2017 What Is the Reason We’re Still Murdering People?
Capitol Punishment 2017 What are we doing taking people’s lives at all? Life is sacred? This is generous when throughout our existence as a species we have been blood curdling thirsty for revenge and vengeance.
Rep Alec Garnett House District 2 – bill defeated in the HB 95 3 – 2 vote in senate judiciary comm.
Y try to repeal the death penalty?
level of district for government is at an all time high Alec’s thought.
bipartisan support for this lethal injection 3 drugs for this – hard to acquire one of these drugs save $ emotional strain no consideration of death penalty at all ever again. His father is a DA
still 72 days left in this session why not put this on the ballot referendum amendment 71 costs 5 million to approve a ballot measure. 2/3 required by both chambers for referred measure.
there are three people awaiting death
costs of litigating – we do not know estimates 2 or three million dollars to move a person through the process.
Stacy anderson educate people
Stacy Anderson Outreach Better Priorities Initiative of Colorado republican 15 years from Nebraska 2003 friend was kidnapped raped and murdered a child. read 25 books about the issue government has failed us again. changed her mind conservative litmus three measures fiscally responsible – pro life – limited government failed all three areas. 3 times more expensive to kill them than to care for them just the same as for homeless people
157 people have been found to be innocent on death row – went through a decade long of review
limited government taking a person’s life fails all the way around the end of the death penalty will be led by GOP. her perspective
sanctity of life moral issue executing a sacred person – protecting innocent life these are mostly not innocent people. DNA evidence is less than 10% doctored or thrown out because of tampering
Jennifer Kraska Catholics
George H. Brauchler DA 18th Judicial District in Arapahoe – Douglas – Elbert – Lincoln counties de Minnesota not a death penalty state
CONFERENCE of three bishops
in law school she became involved in the southern poverty law center
death penalty to Catholics: bishops clear that they support repeal of capitol punishment Pope John Paul II became a champion of ending this act.
no hay un razon de tener muerte de alguien
They certainly used to torture and burn people like Joan of Arc.
22 judicial districts of the state first Jefferson Golden was the first it was the first seat of government we are the 18th
JULY 13, 2013 when AURORA THEATRE long after the Columbine High School murders occurred – measured justice approach – the theatre murder – supreme court people versus Dunlap – DA how to make a more measured approach – Governor said that there has to be a conversation on these matters. Government can set the machine in motion to curtail a person’s life
JUSTICE WHAT IS THIS? DOING JUSTICE –
consistency of the offense gravity of the offense is this also true for people of color? HELL NO
without the option of the death penalty there is no justice 17 aggregators to determine whether to murder a person who is unable to change
go back to your cell we did away with administrative segregation and solitary confinement
costs of not having the death penalty:
there is a lot of interest in this issue unfortunately we have a perspective that is Medieval.
CORA CASE they opted out of these decisions
QUAKER prisons not an answer sanctity of life should not kill prisons are neither alternative to violence program TRAUMA VICTIMS anger emotions internal casualties
life totally changed this is the Mahatama Gandhi approach to justice bitterness brings on more violence
WILLING EAR for these thoughts – prisons serve a purpose as well prevention of innocent people rehabilitation people cannot be rehabilitated – their hearts are dark
jury could not decide on the death penalty in that case that was pure evil a charler manson senseless murder
our penalty is tougher than anyone else to make this occur?
weigh mitigation aggravation beyond a reasonable case. final phase supreme court you get told ten times individualized reasonable doubt facts married to the law
never vote for this
this state follows the law to the letter
death qualified they have to be willing to be on the jury
this is from the Aurora Theatre shooting
cannot live with themselves subsequently
HUNTSVILLE TEXAS 1 hour away CHRIS HINES comes from there
plea out the decision
move about to start their life without parole