Dec. 11, 2013 —
We’re concerned that this judge has decided, perhaps subconsciously, that he now opposes capital punishment.
If that is the case, he should step aside and let someone else decide about resuming executions.
Since he already has decided that the actual execution process is OK, why the refusal to lift the injunction?
We believe the families of the victims of those 32 men and one woman on death row are entitled to final justice.
In our view, Kentucky’s capital punishment law should be enforced and we should stop wasting time and money on 33 killers who’ve already had their day in court.