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April 05, 2019


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Michael Higdon

Great post! And Professor Woods’ work is outstanding.

Joan Howarth

Those interested in Charles Rhimes' case may be interested in a law review article I published in 2008, The Geronimo Bank Murders: A Gay Tragedy. The article is about Jay Neill's case that was tainted by virulent anti-gay prejudice and ended in Neill's execution.Capital punishment operates as a particularly brutal way to express societal condemnation, and there are too many cases of sexual minorities being condemned. I hope that Rhimes will get a better result than Neill.

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