Romney Says Science Can Ensure Proper Death Cases

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http://www.boston.com/news/local/articles/2003/09/24/science_stressed_on_death_penalty/ Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney believes that his new commission will develop a death penalty statute using the latest forensic science and technology to guarantee that only the guilty will be executed, the Boston Globe reports. "We want a standard of proof that is incontrovertible," Romney said with members of his newly formed Governor's Council on Capital Punishment. He wants to put "science above all else" in capital murder cases. The governor wants the . . .

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