No surprise, the American Bar Association’s call for Kentucky to suspend all executions in the wake of its two-year assessment has been getting major attention from media outlets across the commonwealth and beyond.
- Louisville Courier Journal: “Kentucky should suspend death penalty, ABA panel recommends“
- Lexington Herald-Leader: “Lawyers: Kentucky should suspend executions until flaws fixed“
- WFPL (Louisville): “Kentucky Law Experts Ask For Moratorium On Executions“
- WAVE 3 (Louisville): “ABA recommends suspending executions“
- WDRB (Louisville): “American Bar Association says Kentucky should suspend all executions“
- WKYT (Lexington): “Study questions death penalty in Kentucky“
- WHAS11 (Louisville): “American Bar Association says suspend executions“
- WTVQ ABC 36 (Lexington): “Death Penalty Moratorium Called For“
- FOX 19 (Cincinnati): “ABA recommends suspending KY executions“
- KYForward.com: “Review of death penalty procedures prompts call to suspend executions“
- KYPost.com (Northern Kentucky): “Group says KY should do away with death penalty“
- 14 News WFIE (Evansville, Ind.): “Kentucky to suspend all executions?“
- Evansville (Ind.) Courier & Press: “ABA: Suspend executions in Kentucky“
- Chicago Tribune: “ABA: Kentucky should suspend executions“
Read these articles and it’ll be clear: Kentucky’s death penalty is too broken to fix. It needs to be abolished.