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Shows featuring Brian Evans

  • Supreme Court to Review Legality of Lethal Injection Brianevansweb
    The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the use of lethal injections to execute death row prisoners is constitutional or if it violates the Eight Amendment’s prohibition of cruel and unusual punishments. A report released by Amnesty International today catalogs the instances of painful and inhumane executions using lethal injections. It calls on health professionals to refuse to...
    October 04, 2007 | Story
    Thirty-two years ago — on the evening of August 11, 1965 — the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts exploded in anger. It was the largest civil disorder in America in more than 100 years and, in many ways, it inaugurated the urban riot as an almost permanent feature of the American political landscape.
    August 11, 1997 | Story