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The death penalty: Should even those who are guilty be killed?


The framework of our national debate about the death penalty too often centers on whether or not there may be innocent people on death row, but Melissa Harris-Perry’s roundtable guests look at whether innocence is just a strategy getting the death penalty closed down, and where it fits in the larger movements for prisoners’ rights.