A man with the mental capacity of an eleven year old will be executed in Georgia, today.
While the US Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to condemn the mentally disabled to die, Warren Hill faces lethal injection.
For 17 years, Warren Hill’s lawyer has been fighting for life.
Warren Hill means to live out every day of his life in prison sentence—after all, he isn’t innocent.
But he is mentally disabled.
So should he face lethal injection?
And to make matters even more dire, the murder victim’s family is not seeking Warren’s execution and has even publicly asked the State of Georgia to show mercy.
There is no justice being served if the State of Georgia follows through with today’s lethal injection—and the blood of Warren Hill will forever stain this states judicial system.
Who will judge that?