Terence Lenamon fights against the death penalty as his life’s calling. This week, he is involved the jury selection for the William Wells case over in Starke. (Wells is the man whom the media has dubbed the "Mayport Monster.")
And if you listen to the arguments of Dennis Prager in this video (which had over 887,000 videos at the time this post was published), then you get the idea just how hard Terry’s job can be.
Because there are people out there who think the death penalty is acceptable. And that today’s technology makes it almost impossible to convict and execute an innocent person.
Just watch the other side’s position here.
Then, take comfort that people like Terence Lenamon and the folks at the Innocence Project are out there, hard at work.
And maybe someone can point Mr. Prager to recent exposes that DNA isn’t all that reliable, crime labs and prosecutors do bad things, and that (as one example), Cameron Todd Willingham died an innocent man, executed for the arson death of his daughters.