Family Massacre Survivor William Petit Opposes Repeal of CT Death Penalty

Connecticut state senators are expected to vote on a controversial death penalty repeal bill today, with family members of murder victims at odds about whether the bill should move forward or not. The proposed bill would replace the death penalty with a sentence of life without parole. It would abolish the death penalty for future cases, but would not affect sentences for the 11 inmate's currently on death row in the state. One of the strongest voices against repealing the death penalty has...Full Story
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