The Enforcers of the Death Penalty

The Enforcers of the Death Penalty

October 3, 2014 | by Tolly Moseley | The Atlantic

In this article from The Atlantic, Tolly Moseley discusses the code of silence that exists in prisons regarding execution and questions how execution affects the correction officers who carry out the process. NCCD Program Specialist Kathleen Dennehy talks about the former use of the phrase “judicial homicide” and use of the current term “capital punishment” to mean execution.

In this article from The Atlantic, Tolly Moseley discusses the code of silence that exists in prisons regarding execution and questions how execution affects the correction officers who carry out the process. NCCD Program Specialist Kathleen Dennehy talks about the former use of the phrase “judicial homicide” and use of the current term “capital punishment” to mean execution.