Stephen G. Breyer


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I have previously noted the arbitrariness with which executions are carried out in this country. And I have pointed out how the arbitrary nature of the death penalty system, as presently administered, runs contrary to the very purpose of a 'rule of law.' The cases now before us reinforce that
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Apr 21 2017
Stephen G. Breyer has been quoted 17 times. The two most recent articles where Stephen G. Breyer has been quoted are Arkansas poised to carry out first execution since 2005 and Supreme Court weighs deportation case after an attorney dished out bad advice. Most recently, Stephen G. Breyer was quoted as having said, “Apparently the reason the state decided to proceed with these eight executions is that the 'use by' date of the state's execution drug is about to expire...In my view, that factor, when considered as a determining factor separating those who live from those who die, is close to random.”.
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And before you know it, power will be transferred from the president and the Congress, where power belongs, to a group of unelected

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