tflon posted a topic in Useless BlabberOn January 19th of this year Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger allowed the first death sentence to be served in three years, and the first under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. That is almost copied straight from a news site (because honestly if I hadnâ€™t, thereâ€™s no way Iâ€™d have been able to spell Arnieâ€™s name!) Anyway, I recently caught an ad for a movie on Court TV called The Exonerated. Itâ€™s based on true stories of several people who spent years on death row for crimes they didnâ€™t commit. The original version was a play which inspired my interest in the subject of the death penalty. I specifically remember one guy who spent something like 20 years on death row before finally being cleared. Now before someone jumps all over me: Iâ€™m not saying that the guy who was just executed in California was innocent. But does anyone think itâ€™s acceptable that even one innocent person could be executed? I think itâ€™s about time this country joins the rest of the civilized world and adopts a more humane approach. For those of you still on the fence on this issue, Iâ€™d check out this movie, because if itâ€™s anything like the play the personal stories will astound you. I think it airs on January 27 (but check courttv.com just in case Iâ€™m wrong). And if you have thoughts on this issue, Iâ€™d like to hear them.