Monday, February 7, 2011

Margaret Whiting

"A Case Against the Death Penalty."


It is made with old law book text pages that discuss the Death Penalty.  On the law text pages I circled the following words to build a new statement:
Avoid wounding the public sense of humanity.  The punishment of death is, doubtless, murder by the arm of the government of the United States.
And where express constitutional provisions on this subject appear to be wanting,
the same principles must be regarded as fundamental doctrines in every state, that no person can be deprived of life.
In the center of the artwork is a drawing of veins of the arm from a human anatomy book.  Execution by lethal injection or any method is wrong.

Margaret Whiting
1974 Caras Road
Waterloo, IA  50701

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