The Death Penalty: America’s (In) Justice System – About the Law

The bishops asked for Lisa’s life to be spared, but also for the abolition of the main penalty.

An injection of a lethal dose of pentobarbital, a hypnotic and a sedative, ended the tragic life of Lisa Montgomery in Terre Haute Prison, Indiana. Will it also end the era of the humanitarianism of the US justice system?

Lisa Montgomery was born on February 27, 1968 in Melvern, Kansas. Her parents were alcoholics and her mother was a heavy drinker during her pregnancy, which Lisa’s lawyers have repeatedly cited as proof that the girl was born severely burdened with alcohol under the stomach. Additional, irreversible damage to her psyche was caused by traumatic experiences from childhood, which included constant physical, mental and sexual violence by her closest family members and their friends. Scary details of the abuse against Lisa and her sister Diane were revealed during their mother’s divorce hearing from another meme. The court then decided to hand over Diane to a foster family, who turned out to be what the neglected child needed …

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