Judges Split 8-7 In Tennessee Execution Case

The Cincinnati-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit was faced yesterday “with a real-life murder mystery, an authentic ‘who-done-it’ where the wrong man may be executed,” wrote Judge Ronald Gilman, says the New York Times. Eight of the court’s 15 judges said the defendant, Paul House, should be executed. With Judge Gilman alone
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