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Eight years after Clarence Elkins served time in prison for a murder he didn't commit, the real perpetrator confessed to raping and killing Elkins' mother in law, Judy Johnson.

Dawson said she agreed to accept the guilty plea from the real killer a man named Earl Mann only on the condition that he wouldn't receive the death penalty.

She now argues that executions do nothing to deter crime and don't save taxpayers money, as opposed to keeping a person imprisoned for life.

Dawson joined Ohioans to Stop Executions, where she serves as vice chairman of the board, in 2009.

"We're trying to put ourselves out there to let people know what we're fighting for," she said. "We're fighting for a cause. . In my case, it was knowing Clarence was innocent of capital murder. Like a lot of people, I had wrestled with the issue until it happened to "Comprar Gh Jintropin" Clarence. I could not let the state kill Earl Mann for killing my mother. It's wrong for us to use murder as punishment for murder."

According the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, the cost of incarcerating a prisoner averages about $25,000 a year.

"Note that it's the death penalty opponents who have escalated the cost by causing absurdly long delays in executions," he said in an email. "If every offender sentenced to death was executed within, say, two years (excepting, of course, those whose convictions are overturned) it would be way cheaper than a life sentence.

"Note that very little of the 10 Anadrol Appetite or 12 or 15 year delay in executions has anything to do with allowing a proper appeal. It's all wasted time. Further, there is considerable evidence that executions save lives. If so, the benefit has to include the lives saved."Dawson recently was joined on the board by Charles Keith of Canton, whose own brother's death sentence was commuted to "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" life in prison by then Gov. Ted Strickland on Sept. 2, 2010.

Kevin Keith was convicted in 1994 for a triple murder in Bucyrus, done in revenge, police said, for a previous drug arrest. Keith maintains his innocence.

"We're very excited to have Charles as a member," Dawson said. "He brings a unique voice to the issue."

"I've been involved in a lot of non violence activities," Charles Keith said. "I just feel like I have a lot to offer."

Charles Keith, who has been researching his brother's case since he was arrested, was instrumental in getting Kevin Keith's death sentence commuted. The case is the subject of a documentary being produced by John Butte, an associate professor at Kent State University.

"To execute one innocent man shows you have a broken system," Keith said.

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Most Ohioans support capital punishment, among them, Ohio Comprar Gh Jintropin Gov. John Kasich and his Democratic opponent, Ed FitzGerald, a former FBI agent.

A 2013 Gallup Poll found that 60 percent of Americans still support the death penalty, but that's a 40 year low, and down from 80 percent in 1994.

John Murphy, executive director of the Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association, said his group also supports capital punishment as an option.

"We believe it is a "Comprar Gh Jintropin" deterrent in the first place," he said. "In the second place, there are some cases so terrible, the death penalty is "Oxandrolone Powder India" appropriate punishment."

Murphy said he's not overly concerned about the decline in support for the death penalty.

"I'm not a prognosticator," he said. "But it would be a surprise if it had any effect on overall support. The death penalty, in our opinion, is an appropriate response in certain cases. It's not a situation of it being more or less expensive if it's what we think needs to be done in terms of punishment and justice. We should pay the bill."