The Spring 2012 Newsletter is available online! Here are just a few the stories you’ll find in the Spring 2012 issue:
- In March, the Kansas House held an informational hearing on the death penalty. While the committee room was packed with abolition supporters, not everyone was able to attend. Catch up on the hearing with photos and details about who spoke to the committee!
- Spotlight on an Abolitionist: The newsletter features an interview with Brian Pack, who is a KCADP member and a law enforcement officer in the Kansas City area. Learn about why Brian supports abolishing the death penalty.
- A new report shows what Kansas already knows, the death penalty is inconsistently applied to similar cases. In Kansas, a study found that a defendant in Sedgwick County is much more likely to get a death sentence than a defendant in Wyandotte County. Find out more about how the Kansas death penalty is inconsistently used across the state.
You can read all this and more in the Spring 2012 newsletter by clicking on the image below.