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The prison system houses male death row offenders at Central Prison and female death row offenders at the North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women. Both prisons are located in Raleigh. Two correctional officers in a control center watch the offenders at all times. Each unit has eight pods with 24 single cells - 12 cells on each level. The cells open into a dayroom area that has a television at one end, stainless steel tables in the middle and showers at the other end. Each cell has a bed, a lavatory, commode, and a wall-mounted writing table. Offenders on death row spend nearly all their time in either their cells or the adjacent dayroom.
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Chapter 5. The death penalty, torture, and due process
The public performance derived from a military tribunal that was set in the Midan neighborhood in Damascus, to which all five were summoned for brief hearings, only to listen to their impending death sentence at the hands of a military judge. What this unusual public display of authority indicates is that once in a nondemocratic society the symbols of law and order are shuddered by transgressive acts of individualized violence which reach public notoriety, such publicized violence would soon urge a swift action to restore confidence in the security forces and symbols of the state. Moreover, as the military tribunal applied article of the penal code, charging all defendants of premeditated homicides whose sole purpose was to prepare for other lesser crimes, there was little room for maneuver. What is so puzzling is the large disparity of crimes attributed to the accused, even though all their crimes came down to a single determination: indiscriminate killing for the purpose of theft.
There is no way to tell how many of the people executed since may also have been innocent. Courts do not generally entertain claims of innocence when the defendant is dead. It is now broadly accepted that the judicial review provided to death-penalty cases in the United States has been inadequate to prevent the execution of at least some prisoners who were wrongly convicted and sentenced to death. Some cases with strong evidence of innocence include:. A Chicago Tribune investigation released in revealed groundbreaking evidence that Texas may have executed an innocent man in
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