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Should the state execute Ernest Lee Johnson?

Should the state execute Ernest Lee Johnson?

Yes

7

No

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Yes

Should the state execute Ernest Lee Johnson?
7 Comments
Donna Welborn-Dicus
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Donna Welborn-Dicus

This was not a passive murder (shooting), he actively beat these three victims to death with a HAMMER.

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Max
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Max

This man beat the victims with a hammer, with such savagery that the initial investigation, it was thought that they had been shot in their faces with a large shotgun. He should have been put down many years ago.

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Will Mason
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Will Mason

It is time to stop wasting money on this fool. He should have been executed years ago.

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N A
N A

the death penalty is actually far more expensive than a system that utilizes life in prison

Chris Hill
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Chris Hill

Against the death penalty in general, but then there are cases like this one.

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No

Should the state execute Ernest Lee Johnson?
5 Comments
N A
0
N A

regardless of your stance on the death penalty, the supreme court clearly established in 2002 that it is considered "cruel and unusual punishment" to execute someone with a mental disability. Johnson repeatedly scored below the comprehension level of a 5 yr old on disability tests.

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Christopher Watson
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Christopher Watson

Two wrongs don't make a right, it's NOT justice, it's revenge, that is evil. Makes you no better than the Perp.

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Max
Max

But it will prevent another wrong, and that may save an undetermined amount of lives.

N A
N A

in response to max de young: 1. no one was advocating this man ever be freed from prison 2. the death penalty is proven to not reduce the amount of violent crimes in a country

Letitia DenHartog
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Letitia DenHartog

There is no way of knowing whether he understood what he was doing when he killed the people.

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Max
Max

I'm pretty certain the people he beat to death also failed to understand him too.

Do Justice officials owe the public an explanation about Mar-a-Lago?

Do Justice officials owe the public an explanation about Mar-a-Lago?

Yes

0

No

0

Yes

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No

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Should non-violent marijuana offenses be removed from criminal records?

Should non-violent marijuana offenses be removed from criminal records?

Yes

1

No

0

Yes

1 Comment
mineral area outdoors
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mineral area outdoors

Why I voted was, these non violent convictions is taking up space in the prison system that could be used for violent crimes..its sad that you get less time for rape than possession of Marijuana.

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No

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