Waiting to Die: The Cruel Phenomenon of "Death Row Syndrome"Quicklink submitted by Margaret Bassett Permalink
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|The United States' 3,300 death row inmates can now expect to wait an average of 12 years from the day of their sentencing to death by lethal injection or electric chair, a doubling of the time gap in the mid-1980s, according to the U.S. Bureau of Justice. On Sept. 16, Jack Alderman was executed in Georgia for killing his wife in 1974 after spending 33 years on death row.|
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