Victim Race a Factor in PA Death Penalty, Study Says

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A study of capital punishment in Pennsylvania found that death sentences are more common when the victim is white and less frequent when the victim is black, the Associated Press reports. The report concluded that a white victim increases the odds of a death sentence by 8 percent. When the victim is black, the chances are 6 percent lower . . .

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