Ngozi Ndulue

Senior Director of Research and Special Projects at the Death Penalty Information Center

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The federal government has executed 10 people so far this year. It’s the most since 1896 and more than all 50 states combined.

This year, US government executes the most people in more than a century

The federal government has executed 10 people so far this year. It’s the most since 1896 and more than all 50 states combined.

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