The death penalty, life without parole, and redemption
On today's show: Parents of murdered girls react to the halt of capital punishment in California. Then, two men condemned to life in prison ask why some get mercy and others don’t. And, a Berkeley researcher follows black men in the Fillmore district trying to abandon criminal life.
- Two parents of murder victims react to the halt of the death penalty
- Lifers without the chance to parole face a different kind of death sentence
- Sociologist explores black men’s pathways out of crime — and it’s complicated
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