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Georgia executes man diagnosed with intellectual disabilities

Warren Hill was executed by the state of Georgia on January 27, 2015, despite a diagnosis of intellectual disabilities and the protests of Episcopal Bishops, for the murder of a fellow inmate.

Georgia is the only state which requires that evidence of intellectual disability be proved beyond a reasonable doubt; Hill’s diagnosis would likely have been upheld in every other state, according to media reports and an editorial in the New York Times.

The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright wrote a letter asking the […]

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