Wa. High Court Considers Death Penalty Fairness

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Attorneys for a triple murderer urged the Washington Supreme Court yesterday to overturn the man’s death sentence — and the state’s death penalty itself — now that the Green River killer’s life has been spared, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. They argued that although Dayva Cross’ crime of stabbing his wife and two stepdaughters was awful,
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