http://www2.ocregister.com/ocrweb/ocr/article.do?id=37384§ion=NEWS&subsection=FOCUS_REGION_STATE&year=2003&month=5&day=2 Advocates and opponents of the death penalty in California are disputing how many death-row inmates have been exonerated. The debate is typical of the back-and-forth in places that are arguing over whether a moratorium on excutions is warranted. The Associated Press reports that California's death-penalty foes say as many as five . . .
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