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O’Malley hasn’t been good for Maryland To the editor: I believe the morale in this country is at the lowest most of us have seen in our lives. Gov. O’Malley wants to abolish the death penalty to protect convicted killers and give...
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email@example.comMarlin Martin of Smithsburg said that the death penalty in Maryland should “stay as it is” and rejected the argument that there is a risk of executing an innocent person. “I think that does not happen often,” Martin, 71, said....
firstname.lastname@example.orgGov. Martin O’Malley testified Thursday at hearings in front of the House and Senate judicial committees in support of his bill to repeal the death penalty, but a majority of Washington County legislators still support the death penalty. “Is...
Ah, what a blast from the past: Capital punishment, gun bans, container taxes — legislation that hadn’t been seriously heard from in Annapolis for 20 years. Verily, those were issues before the General Assembly when I was covering the...
Kaustuv.email@example.comSurrounded by a phalanx of legislators and death penalty opponents, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Tuesday that his office will make a firm push to repeal the death penalty in the state this legislative session. “The death penalty...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe trial for a Waynesboro, Pa., man accused of fatally shooting three people in Quincy Township, Pa., last summer could be held late this year. Kevin M. Cleeves, 36, is charged with three counts of criminal homicide, kidnapping of a minor, unlawful...
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“To the statement in the paper about the Bible and not judging people, from someone in Smithsburg: I know what the Bible says, but making a statement that’s actually the truth about someone, I guess hurts some people.” — Hagerstown...
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Kaustuv.email@example.comThe day is largely ceremonial. Yet, sometimes, the opening day of the Maryland General Assembly sets the tone for the rest of the session. And even though Gov. Martin O’Malley told the House of Delegates on Wednesday that this is “going to...
“Responding to the callers in Mail Call about not having your meters read by the electric company, the number they gave, I called the number and all you get is a list of all power companies and their number, and you call those numbers and all you...
firstname.lastname@example.orgProsecutors plan to seek the death penalty for a Chambersburg resident accused of bursting into a home and killing a man Oct. 22. On Wednesday, the Franklin County (Pa.) District Attorney’s Office filed the paperwork necessary for it to pursue...
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email@example.comA man accused of fatally shooting three people in Quincy Township, Pa., and fleeing the state with his daughter in July pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the criminal charges filed in his case. Kevin M. Cleeves, 35, appeared before Franklin County (Pa.)...
Tags: Punishment, Shootings, Trials, Court Preliminary, Defendants
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Franklin County District Attorney has filed a notice that will give him the option to pursue the death penalty in the case against a Waynesboro, Pa., man charged with fatally shooting his wife and two other people in July. District Attorney Matt...
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