Should the State Really Be Executing a 71-Year-Old Inmate?
Yesterday, the first Arizona execution of the year was carried out in Florence.
Edward Schad, a convicted murderer, was 71 years old.
Schad was sentenced to death back in 1985, for the murder of a Bisbee man in 1978.
Although Schad was the oldest prisoner on death row, do you think the state should be executing senior citizens like him?
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