Friday, May 12, 2006

News and Observer's Board Editorial

said this today about the North Carolina Supreme Court decision:
Wednesday's ruling was a sensible and appropriate interpretation of the legislature's intent. A DNA test of a semen sample recovered from the teenage victim was ruled inconclusive 15 years ago. DNA testing has improved significantly in recent years, however. Both common sense and justice argue that if more advanced and accurate DNA testing is available, it must be used before the state of North Carolina executes someone.
Read the rest of the editorial posted here on the ncmoratorium website


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