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DAs rap governor's death penalty plan

By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / May 4, 2004

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Several district attorneys criticized Governor Mitt Romney's proposal to establish what he insisted would be a nearly foolproof death penalty system, with the prosecutors saying yesterday that the troubled state medical examiner's office and State Police crime laboratory can barely carry out current responsibilities, let alone make sure that innocent people don't end up on death row. (Full Article: 859 Words)

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