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(Studio: David Muir) A closer look at the effect of the bad economy on capital punishment introduced.
(Supreme Court: Jan Crawford Greenburg) The economics of the death penalty examined; details given about the Jody Sanderholm Kansas murder case and the debate in Kansas over abolishing the death penalty to save money. [Victim's mother and sister Cindy and Jennifer SANDERHOLM- comment on the death penalty.] [Kansas state senators David HALEY, Carolyn McGINN- cite costs.] Map shown of states considering abolishing or limiting the death penalty. [Kansas attorney general Stephen SIX- responds to the argument.]
(Studio: David Muir) The reaction to the economy and criminals in Kentucky, Minnesota, Georgia and Oregon cited.
- Muir, David;
- Greenburg, Jan Crawford
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