By Dan Kennedy
On August 31, 2007
Kenneth Foster, whose death-penalty case I wrote about for The Guardian last week, has been spared by Texas Gov. Rick Perry. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
On August 28, 2007
It takes a special way of thinking to work Chappaquiddick into the resignation of Alberto Gonzales. Amazing.
On August 23, 2007
My latest for The Guardian is up. It’s on the new death-penalty powers that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is about to receive, and why his record in Texas shows that he’s particularly unsuited to wield such powers.
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