Liliana Segura On Troy Davis: Death Penalty ‘Condemns Innocent People To Die’

Liliana Segura On Troy Davis: Death Penalty ‘Condemns Innocent People To Die’

Liliana Segura On Troy Davis: Death Penalty ‘Condemns Innocent People To Die’

Nation associate editor Liliana Segura pays a visit to Up With Chris Hayes to discuss the specifics of Davis’s case—and whether the controversy that surrounds it will lead to a permanent shift in American culture.

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It has been five days since Troy Davis’s harrowing execution, and the American conversation surrounding the death penalty has subtly—but noticeably—been revived. Yesterday, the Nation’s Liliana Segura paid a visit to Up With Chris Hayes to discuss the specifics of Davis’s case, and whether or not the controversy surrounding it could spur a permanent paradigm shift in American culture.

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