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Friday, July 19, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Death Row in Georgia
1996-07-19

Debate of the Death Penalty

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Palmer Singleton, a Staff Attorney at the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta. He and a small group of attorneys at the Center defend people accused of capital crimes, people facing the death penalty, at all levels throughout the state of Georgia. Retired Marine Major George Cullins is a board member of Citizens for Law and Order. In the mid 80’s he helped organize the campaign to kick out the three California judges, including Rose Bird, who supported the death penalty. His daughter Janette was murdered in 1984. The man convicted of killing her is on death row. He was convicted in two other trials of murdering two other young women as well.

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