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I'm appalled that anyone would be offended by this movie. It's simply a movie that discusses one topic of the death penalty: INNOCENCE. Regardless of whether or not you are pro or anti death penalty you should be against innocent people being sent to death row and worse to their deaths. I'm in law school and have studied the death penalty in depth. The system in America is flawed and this movie makes that point perfectly. I don't see how anyone can be offended by the truth unless the truth is something you don't want to hear. If you want your eyes opened to some of the major problems with the death penalty, then this movie is right for you. It simply tells the truth about what affect the death penalty can have on innocent people wrongly accused and convicted.
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