Moral Disengagement Found Among Death Penalty Enforcers (The Atlantic)

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The correction officers tasked with carrying out the death penalty are rarely discussed when we talk about capital punishment, but maybe that should change.

Tolly Moseley from The Atlantic explores the moral dilemma these men and women face when they are required to perform a state-sanctioned act to end someone’s life. Read the article here. 

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