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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
Recent polls show many Americans who don’t support the death penalty nevertheless believe Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh should be put to death for his crimes. A panel talks about shifting views on the death penalty in the U.S.
- Richard Dieter Death Penalty Information Center
- Joshua Marquis District Attorney, Astoria Oregon also serves as a VP, National District Attorneys Association
- Andrew Kohut director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
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