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With brother on death row, a sister waits
At the time of her brother's arrest and trial, Patricia Booth-Townes supported the death penalty — "an eye for an eye," as she put it. Even after her brother was sentenced to die, she says, she didn't waver. She just didn't believe he'd committed that heinous crime, despite the evidence presented in court.
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun
February 9, 2013