(Jill Bleed) While outrage on social media is growing over Arkansas' unprecedented
plan to put seven inmates to death before the end of the month, the
protests have been more muted within the conservative Southern state
where capital punishment is still favored by a strong majority of
A few dozen people regularly have kept vigil outside Republican Gov.
Asa Hutchinson's mansion for weeks, holding signs that say "Thou Shalt
Not Kill" and "End the Death Penalty." (...)