Contact:Bob Harris

Under the Orwellian named Racial Justice Act, killers on death row are trying to escape justice by claiming alleged discrimination in another case is a reason to throw out the death penalty in their case. The State Supreme Court will consider Racial Justice Act cases next week

Phil Berger, chosen by Democrat and Republican District Attorneys to lead their association, opposes the Racial Justice Act's trickery because
"Justice was done by the prosecution, by the judge, and by the jury, and these defendants were appropriately sentenced for their heinous crimes."

For example, one murderer trying to escape the death penalty through the Racial Justice Act beat his girlfriend with a hammer and then killed her by stuffing the handle down her throat.

At the request of District Attorney Berger and other District Attorneys, the Legislature has repealed the Racial Justice Act but old cases are still on appeal.

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