Source: The Raw Story
"The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider the appeal of a death row inmate who claimed he was poorly defended and abused as a child. Benny Lee Hodge, sentenced to death in 1986 for murder, asked that his case be reconsidered because, during this trial, his legal counsel did not present evidence that he had suffered mental and physical abuse as a child. The Kentucky Supreme Court rejected his appeal and so he went to the top US court." (12/03/12)
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