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Capital punishment

Part 1: Deathpenalty data

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"Executing the mentally retarded is senseless cruelty. Even strong death penalty supporters recognize that capital punishment is wrong for people withthe mind of a child." Jamie Fellner, Human rights Watch associate counsel, commenting on the scheduled execution by the state of Texas of Johnny Penry, a man with the mental age of a 1st grader; hisIQ was between 50 and 63.


Death penalty data:

In the United States, about 13,000 people have been legally executed since colonial times.

By the 1930's up to 150 people were executedyearly. 1 Lack of public support for capital punishment and various legal challenges reduced the execution rate to near zero by 1967. The U.S. Supreme Court banned the practice in 1972.

In 1976,...
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