Capital punishment in the twenty-first century is a barbaric murderous ruse played upon the most disadvantaged socially unaccepted persons in America, nonwhites. As the number of death row inmates across the country continues to reach record highs, the probability of innocent people receiving the death penalty increases. (Dieter, 1993)Therefore this legal agenda in favor of capital punishment is nothing more than White Supremacy indoctrination of hatred in the highest form constituted by legalism and discrimination. The many appeals in Supreme Court only purport these prosecutors’ pompous indignation, fattening their wallets and creating a sense of prestige to be held in such standing as to gain visibility at the Supreme Court level of
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Mr. Alexander clearly denotes how he was” deliberately misrepresented, railroaded in the courtroom “as a juvenile, and sentenced to die in the electric chair in a trial that lasted less than two and quarter hours. He also states that this misconduct was covered up because it was based on racism and corruption. He also alleged that the legal standing of officials, the public and scholars were reluctant to acknowledge this type of wrongful conviction; he claims that this type of resistance is known as the “White-code.” (Alexander, 2007) His complete story is cited in the references. This White-Code took place over 40 years ago and today in our courtrooms this practice is still in operation.
Winning by any means necessary is not Constitutional
In addition to, “the role of the prosecutor is to discover the truth” as stated by Attorney Ellis, “But oftentimes there’s more interest in getting a conviction.”(Grissom, 2011) In court filings, the prosecutors have denied accusations of wrongdoing however, since 1994, DNA tests have exonerated 44 Texas inmates, which were on death row and spent over 20 years of their life in prison. This is ridiculous and proves that carrying out executions of convicted persons is likened unto a lynch mob that is documented in Ralph Ginzburg book: “100 Years of Lynchings” (Ginzburg, 1988). This unconstitutional use of capital punishment that has unfairly targeted Blacks and other nonwhite minorities is vividly