The Duane Edward Buck case highlights flaws in the criminal justice system and the process by which capital punishment is imposed in this state. As an organization dedicated to securing justice and fair treatment for all, the Anti-Defamation League is concerned about these flaws, and believes that no execution should take place until they are addressed.
“The stakes simply are too high to allow the death penalty to be imposed when a case is tainted by appeals to bias or prejudice,” said ADL Southwest Regional Director Martin B. Cominsky.
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