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Death penalty foes claimed the execution was not necessary because Stamper was no longer a danger due to his handicap. Some advocates for the disabled [Ed. Note: some advocates!] argued he was entitled to no special considerations because he was handicapped.
The United States is one of the few countries in the world that executes its juveniles and mentally retarded. To that dubious distinction we can add the execution of the handicapped as well.
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