As Some States Move to Abolish the Death Penalty, South Carolina Brings Back Firing Squads 2021-05-19

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As Some States Move to Abolish the Death Penalty, South Carolina Brings Back Firing SquadsLast week, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed a bill requiring people on death row to choose between firing squad or the electric chair, if lethal injection isn’t available.

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