One of the events during last week’s anti-death penalty spring break was the People’s Tribunal Against the Death Penalty. During the tribunal, students and members of the public put the death penalty “on trial.” It was conducted as a sort of public “trial” at which the “defendant” was the death penalty. At the end judge Stefanie Collins found the death penalty guilty in all counts.
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