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Death row inmate deserves clemency

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In any other state but Georgia, Warren Hill would not be eligible for the death penalty because of his intellectual disability

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  • A concerned lawyer

    Noticably absent from this "article" is the fact that Hill was in prison for MURDER at the time he committed the prison murder which resulted in his death sentence. Fact: Hill has never been found by any court or jury to be mentally retarded under any evidentiary standard. To posit that he is ignores the medical and psychiatric definition and reality of mental retardation and insults everyone living with actual mental retardation.

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