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Carter: It's Time for U.S. to Abolish the Death Penalty

Former President says capital punishment has evidenced an 'extreme bias' for the poor and minorities

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Former president Jimmy Carter called for the United States to abolish the death penalty at an American Bar Association event at the Carter Center on Tuesday, saying the country has become an outlier.

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    This just shows how deluded Carter is, claiming that the Supreme Court is influenced by public opinion. It's the very reason why the a supremes are appointed for life, to limit the affect of public opinion on their decisions. Carter needs to fade into the background and just go away, how has he not withered away in shame for the emasculation of the US he presided over.

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