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Friday, May 29

  1. page Script edited ... Emily: I completely disagree, I think that the money that is being spent on the death penalty …
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    Emily: I completely disagree, I think that the money that is being spent on the death penalty should be used for more important things such as, feeding the hungry people of the world and stopping global warming.
    Dr.Faye: Both are very important and good ideas but did you know that according to William J. Brennan, a US Supreme Court Justice, "Death is... an unusually severe punishment, unusual in its pain, in its finality, and in its enormity... The fatal constitutional infirmity in the punishment of death is that it treats 'members of the human race as nonhumans, as objects to be toyed with and discarded. [It is] thus inconsistent with the fundamental premise of the Clause that even the vilest criminal remains a human being possessed of common human dignity. As such it is a penalty that subjects the individual to a fate forbidden by the principle of civilized treatment guaranteed by the [Clause]. I therefore would hold, on that ground alone, that death is today a cruel and unusual punishment prohibited by the Clause... I would set aside the death sentences imposed... as violative of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments."
    Morgan: well I did some reserch on this issue and I found that said "
    Lizzy: That's just peachy.
    Emily: Did you know that defendant of the bill in the state of Colorado would save around $4 million dollars by repealing the death penalty?
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  2. page Script edited ... Lizzy: Ok then, today I have a couple of questions for all of you. First I'm going to ask our …
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    Lizzy: Ok then, today I have a couple of questions for all of you. First I'm going to ask our expert, Dr. Faye, to provide some facts on the death penalty. Dr. Faye?
    Dr. Faye: Well an interesting fact is that since 1973, 130 people have been released from death row because they were proven innocent from evidence.
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    killed for nothing. nothing?
    Dr. Faye: Yes, and that could be more people. If we tried to prove more people innocent it wouldn't just be more people being released from death row, it would also mean that America would spend less money.
    Lizzy: Well why don't we ask our callers what they think about that.
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    9:10 am
  3. page Script edited ... Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalt…
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    Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalty is worth it. I say this because then the criminal cannot do the same crime a second time.
    Emily: I completely disagree, I think that the money that is being spent on the death penalty should be used for more important things such as, feeding the hungry people of the world and stopping global warming.
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    Fourteenth Amendments."
    Morgan: well I did some reserch on this issue and I found that said "

    Lizzy: That's just peachy.
    Emily: Did you know that defendant of the bill in the state of Colorado would save around $4 million dollars by repealing the death penalty?
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  4. page Script edited ... Dr. Faye: Just dandy Lola. Lizzy: So today I have a couple of questions for you. ... Oka…
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    Dr. Faye: Just dandy Lola.
    Lizzy: So today I have a couple of questions for you.
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    Okay, ask away Lola. away.
    Lizzy: Excellent. However, before we get started we have a couple callers on the line. Hello caller one you are on.
    Emily: Hello there Lola, my name is Julia Bachs, and I am calling you from France.
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    Lizzy: Ok then, today I have a couple of questions for all of you. First I'm going to ask our expert, Dr. Faye, to provide some facts on the death penalty. Dr. Faye?
    Dr. Faye: Well an interesting fact is that since 1973, 130 people have been released from death row because they were proven innocent from evidence.
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    that so many people could
    Dr. Faye: Yes, and that could be more people. If we tried to prove more people innocent it wouldn't just be more people being released from death row, it would also mean that America would spend less money.
    Lizzy: Well why don't we ask our callers what they think about that.
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    9:02 am
  5. page Script edited ... Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalt…
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    Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalty is worth it. I say this because then the criminal cannot do the same crime a second time.
    Emily: I completely disagree, I think that the money that is being spent on the death penalty should be used for more important things such as, feeding the hungry people of the world and stopping global warming.
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    according to William J. Brennan, a US Supreme Court Justice, "Death is... an unusually severe punishment, unusual in its pain, in its finality, and in its enormity... The fatal constitutional infirmity in the punishment of death is that it treats 'members of the human race as nonhumans, as objects to be toyed with and discarded. [It is] thus inconsistent with the fundamental premise of the Clause that even the vilest criminal remains a human being possessed of common human dignity. As such it is a penalty that subjects the individual to a fate forbidden by the principle of civilized treatment guaranteed by the [Clause]. I therefore would hold, on that ground alone, that death is today a cruel and unusual punishment prohibited by the Clause... I would set aside the death sentences imposed... as violative of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments."
    Lizzy: That's just peachy.
    Emily: Did you know that defendant of the bill in the state of Colorado would save around $4 million dollars by repealing the death penalty?
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    8:52 am
  6. page Script edited ... Lizzy: Well why don't we ask our callers what they think about that. Morgan: Well me being fo…
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    Lizzy: Well why don't we ask our callers what they think about that.
    Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalty is worth it. I say this because then the criminal cannot do the same crime a second time.
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    global warming.
    Dr.Faye: Both are very important and good ideas but did you know that according to

    Lizzy: That's just peachy.
    Emily: Did you know that defendant of the bill in the state of Colorado would save around $4 million dollars by repealing the death penalty?
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    Morgan: If all the states get to choose, then wouldn't all the states have it?
    Emily: Well yes. But if the people were the ones choosing then maybe the count of the number of states that had it might be completly opposite, and maybe even in your favor.
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    the clock. Make sure to tune in for our next show on animal testing. I would also like to
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    Dr. Faye. Remember to call in next time at 1-800-243-7965. Thanks!
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  7. page Script edited ... Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty Music Playing ... different reasons. And wit…
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    Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty
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    different reasons. And with this being a call in show, if you would like to call in and share your point of view on the death penalty, the nuber to dial is 1-800-243-7965. Today we
    Dr. Faye: Just dandy Lola.
    Lizzy: So today I have a couple of questions for you.
    Dr. Faye: Okay, ask away Lola.
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    you are on the line.on.
    Emily: Hello there Lola, my name is Julia Bachs, and I am calling you from France.
    Lizzy: Bonjour Julia. Before we get too far we have another caller on the line. Caller number two your on.
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    Morgan: If all the states get to choose, then wouldn't all the states have it?
    Emily: Well yes. But if the people were the ones choosing then maybe the count of the number of states that had it might be completly opposite, and maybe even in your favor.
    Lizzy: So as you can see there are many different people who have different point of views. People who are against the death penalty say that there should not be a death penalty at all; and people who choose to support it say that it should be in all states. I would
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Thursday, May 28

  1. page Script edited ... Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty Music Playing ... which is often referred w…
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    Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty
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    which is often referredwhen a criminal is put to as capital punishment, anddeath using a very controversial topicmethod of their choice that has it's pros and cons according tothe state allows, also called capital punishment. Not all states allow this for many different people.reasons. Today we
    Dr. Faye: Just dandy Lola.
    Lizzy: So today I have a couple of questions for you.
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    Lizzy: Wow. Thats alot of people. Who would have thought that so people could have been killed for nothing.
    Dr. Faye: Yes, and that could be more people. If we tried to prove more people innocent it wouldn't just be more people being released from death row, it would also mean that America would spend less money.
    Lizzy: Well why don't we ask our callers what they think about that.
    Morgan: Well me being for the death penalty, I think that the money spent for the death penalty is worth it. I say this because then the criminal cannot do the same crime a second time.
    Emily: I completely disagree, I think that the money that is being spent on the death penalty should be used for more important things such as, feeding the hungry people of the world and stopping global warming.
    Lizzy: That's just peachy.
    Emily: Did you know that defendant of the bill in the state of Colorado would save around $4 million dollars by repealing the death penalty?
    Morgan: Yeah, but don't you want our countries families to be safe?
    Lizzy: Alright! Moving on. Next question, do you think all the states should have the death penalty, or should they be able to choose for themselves? Lets get the opinion of Dr. Faye first.
    Dr. Faye: First, only 14 states don't have the death penalty, and 36 of them do.
    Emily: I think that the states should either have the right to choose or not have it at all, because if it's the people who are being put to death, then shouldn't they have the right to choose what they want?
    Morgan: If all the states get to choose, then wouldn't all the states have it?
    Emily: Well yes. But if the people were the ones choosing then maybe the count of the number of states that had it might be completly opposite, and maybe even in your favor.
    Lizzy: I would like to thank all of you for calling in and giving your opinions to this episode of on the clock. I would like to give a special thank you to our expert today, Dr. Faye.
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    9:10 am
  2. page Script edited Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty Music Playing Lizzy: Lizzy: Welcome everybody…

    Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty
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    Lizzy:
    Welcome everybody
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    of, On theThe Clock, with
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    that has itsit's pros and
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    Dr. Faye?
    Dr.

    Dr.
    Faye: Just dandy Lola.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    So today
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    for you.
    Dr.

    Dr.
    Faye: Okay,
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    away Lola.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Excellent. However,
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    the line.
    Emily:

    Emily:
    Hello there
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    from France.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Bonjour Julia.
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    your on.
    Morgan:

    Morgan:
    Buenos Dias.
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    Sunny Dia.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Good morning
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    us from?
    Morgan:

    Morgan:
    Well Lola,
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    from Oregon.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Ok then,
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    Dr. Faye?
    Dr.

    Dr.
    Faye: Well
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    from evidence.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Wow. That's a lotThats alot of people.
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    killed for nothing?
    Dr.
    nothing.
    Dr.
    Faye: Yes,
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    less money.
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  3. page Script edited Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty Music Playing Lizzy: Lizzy: Welcome everybody…

    Script Parts for Talk Show on Death Penalty
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    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Welcome everybody
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    of, On Thethe Clock, with
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    that has it'sits pros and
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    Dr. Faye?
    Dr.

    Dr.
    Faye: Just dandy Lola.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    So today
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    for you.
    Dr.

    Dr.
    Faye: Okay,
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    away Lola.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Excellent. However,
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    the line.
    Emily:

    Emily:
    Hello there
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    from France.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Bonjour Julia.
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    your on.
    Morgan:

    Morgan:
    Buenos Dias.
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    Sunny Dia.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Good morning
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    us from?
    Morgan:

    Morgan:
    Well Lola,
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    from Oregon.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Ok then,
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    Dr. Faye?
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    Dr.
    Faye: Well
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    from evidence.
    Lizzy:

    Lizzy:
    Wow. Thats alotThat's a lot of people.
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    killed for nothing.
    Dr.
    nothing?
    Dr.
    Faye: Yes,
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    less money.
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    8:36 am

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