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Independent Death Penalty Activist and Former Vice President and Political Director of Justice for All
Pro to the question "Should the Death Penalty Be Allowed?"
"The death penalty debate in the U.S. is dominated by the fraudulent voice of the anti-death penalty movement. The culture of lies and deceit so dominates that movement that many of the falsehoods are now wrongly accepted as fact, by both advocates and opponents of capital punishment... If you are even casually aware of this public debate, you will note that every category contradicts the well-worn frauds presented by the anti-death penalty movement. The anti-death penalty movement specializes in the abolition of truth..."
"Death Penalty and Sentencing Information," prodeathpenalty.com, Oct. 1, 1997