An outcry over the inclusion of the Anti-Defamation League, an Jewish nongovernmental organization, as a lead member of upcoming anti-racism training forced the coffee company to back down.
Many legal experts and human rights advocates say the murder case is the worst example of wrongful conviction they have ever seen.
The convicted murderer deserves to spend life in prison, but he should not be put to death because of an unjust law.
“It has been so strange,” Herbert Richardson told incarceration activist Bryan Stevenson on the day of his execution. “All day long people have been saying to me, ‘What can I do to help you?’ … More people have said what can they do to help me in the last 14 hours of my life than they ever did” before, Chris Hedges writes in Smithsonian magazine.