President Trump on Wednesday broke out in Californian governor Gavin Newsweem to stop the executions of 737 prisoners in prison.
"By opposing voters, the California governor will stop all executions of 737 murderers. Friends and families of always forgotten VICTORS are not excited, nor are I! Trump publishes early on Wednesday
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Twitter gets hours before it is expected that Democrat Newsom will sign an executive order that will stop all executions in the San Quentin State Prison by closing a new execution chamber. The order will also withdraw a lethal injection. However, the sentence leaves all convictions intact.
"The intentional murder of another person is wrong. And as a governor, I will not control the execution of any individual, "said Newsweek in a prepared statement issued by News Group in Southern California.
Newsom, who is a vicious anti-death squad, said the system was a "failure" that "discriminates against defendants who are mentally ill, black and brown, or can not afford legal representation." He also said that many innocent people were wrongly convicted and sometimes deadly. the order would run counter to the wishes of Californian voters who, in 201
The Association of District Prosecutors' Deputies broke up Newsom for "usurping" the will of voters and "replacing his personal preferences." 19659005] But Newswood said the death penalty was wrong because it was "irreversible and irreparable in the case of human error" and expensive, costing California $ 5 billion since 1978.
Meanwhile, Trump is a supporter of the death penalty. In October, Trump called for a death penalty for those who kill police officers.
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"The reduction of crime begins with the observance of the law." "We believe that the criminals who kill our policemen must immediately, with a trial, but as quickly as possible, not 15 years later, 20 years later – to receive a death penalty."
A week later, Trump called for the death penalty. Louis Cassiano and Associated Press contributed to this report.