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State Representative Introduces Resoloution to Study Death Penalty in Oklahoma (Mar 09, 2005)
This week is the deadline for all bills and resolutions that will be considered during the 2005 legislative session to pass out of House committees. Among the items still pending in committe is a resolution by Democratic Representative Opio Toure to study whether the state of Oklahoma has ever executed an innocent person. Toure says that this is a bipartisan issue that all lawmakers should support, regardless of their individual stances on the death penalty. But State Attorney General Drew Edmonson responds that such a study would be of little practical use, and he is confident in the guilt of all prisoners who have been executed under his watch. Guests include State Representative Opio Toure (D-OKC), death penalty opponent Camille Landry and Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmonson.

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