Society: May 25, 1992

"I'm locked up here for something I didn't do. I'm six days away from dying. How would you expect me to feel?"

-- Roger Keith Coleman, death row inmate, on the courts' refusal to hear evidence that would clear him of a 1982 murder conviction. Coleman is scheduled for execution this week.


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