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Death Penalty

January 19, 2015 New York, New York Had their final date taken them to different seats, at another cinema, on some other warm summer night, Jansen Young and Jon Blunk might be happily celebrating Blunk’s 29th birthday in Aurora, Colorado, on Tuesday. Instead, Young alone must face the...

“I am angry that we live in a world where two disabled boys can have their lives stolen from them, where cops can lie and intimidate with impunity, where innocent people can be condemned to die and where injustice is so difficult to bring to...

July 19, 2014 Denver, Colorado The letter arrived in the mailbox of an Aurora movie theater shooting survivor half a year after the attack. In its six paragraphs of carefully, sympathetically written prose, a woman offered to help the survivor communicate with defense attorneys representing the gunman: questions,...

The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument on March 3, 2014 to determine whether an IQ test score of 70 or below should be the cutoff for determining if an individual is mentally retarded, or properly stated, intellectually disabled. That decision is being made...