Woman Executed on Death Row Gives Defiant Final Act


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Montgomery’s execution has been postponed due to her lawyers’ efforts.

The death penalty has always been a controversial topic, and it is even more so today. In this passage from her autobiography entitled “A Woman in the Death House,” Dorothy Kilgallen describes what she thought was one of the most fascinating things about capital punishment: why they were sentenced to die at all.

The execution process can seem as morbidly curious for some people as an autopsy does for others; just think that we are talking about taking someone’s life away here! It doesn’t matter if you feel strongly against or pro-capital punishment, but I believe there should be reasons beyond mere speculation on motive before handing out such judgments – not simply feelings or evidence-based solely on confessions made by those who actually committed crimes themselves while denying any responsibility


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