Clemency should be considered in Rahman case

Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 1:00am

Clemency in a capital murder case is something most of us think about as an 11th-hour, last-resort option, usually granted by the governor.

Many governors who are in favor of the death penalty are reluctant to consider clemency because not only would it go against their own beliefs, but it might be perceived by their supporters as going

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