Last Rights: 13 Fatal Encounters with the State's Justice

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Reverend Joseph Ingle's moving book argues eloquently and passionately against the death penalty, serving as an enduring testament to the inmates who have touched his life. Ingle, a counselor to prisoners on Death Row since 1974, chronicles his experiences working with 12 condemned men and one condemned woman each of whom has since been executed. For more than three decades, he has spread his anti-death penalty message across the country, doggedly referring to what the state calls execution as killing. A man of simple faith ...

Last Rights: 13 Fatal Encounters with the State's Justice 2008, Union Square Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781402754494

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