17 Death Sentences In Oregon: All 17 inmates on Oregon’s execution row will have their sentences reduced by Democratic governor Kate Brown to life in prison without the possibility of release. She said she was utilizing her executive authority because she thought the death penalty was unjust because she had less than a month remaining in government.
All 17 Death Sentences In Oregon Have Been Commuted By The Governor
Although Oregon is one of 27 states that permit the death sentence, no one has been put to death there since 1997. Republicans in the state of the western US denounced Ms. Brown’s directive.
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On Wednesday, it will become effective. She said in a statement that she was taking this action because the death sentence is “immoral,” not because these criminals had been rehabilitated. “It is an irrevocable punishment that does not allow for correction, is a waste of public resources, does not make communities safer, and cannot be administered fairly and equitably and never has done,” she added.
According to Oregon Public Broadcasting, Ms. Brown has exercised her clemency powers more than any other former governor of Oregon.
She is the sixth US governor in the previous 50 years, according to her administration, to commute all death sentences in a state.
Republican Tim Knopp, the leader of the Oregon State Senate, criticized her strategy on Tuesday. He asked, “Did Oregonians vote to abolish the death penalty? “I don’t remember that occurring,”
He said, “Brown continues to belittle victims of the most severe crimes even in the dying days of her office.” Since the death penalty is guaranteed under Oregon’s constitution, a subsequent governor may decide to reinstate it.
Kate Brown proves once again that our legal system is a joke: "Democrats have consistently chosen criminals over victims."
Oregon governor commutes all 17 of the state's death sentences https://t.co/PEF9LOp2KX via @CBSPolitics
— Liberalism Is a DISEASE (@Joey49276053) December 24, 2022
Tina Kotek, a Democrat who will take Ms. Brown’s place, has said that she is against the death sentence because of her religious convictions. The Death Penalty Information Center reports that seventeen persons have been put to death in the United States in 2022.
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According to a survey conducted earlier this year, Ms. Brown has the lowest approval rating of any governor in the US.
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