Opinion | Witnessing, questioning the need for death penalty in Ohio
Published: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Updated: Monday, April 23, 2012 23:04
So what is right? Should Ohio be allowed to kill its citizens even if discrepancies occur or is life without parole a comparable alternative to death sentences?
Each death penalty case makes these questions difficult to answer but at this time Ohio has a Task Force working to find the answers.
So maybe something will have to give to keep Ohio safe and honest. Until then, Wiles’ death marks the 47 execution since 1999 and the state has 11 more scheduled, including one in June.