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New Jersey abolished the death penalty in 2007, after a commission found that decisions about when to impose it were never be made in an objective way.  Such decisions are always subjective.  Furthermore, the “protections” that a state establishes in an attempt to insure that innocent people are not executed are as unworkable as they […]

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