Early Friday morning, a Utah man became the first death row inmate executed by firing squad since 1996. The lead-up to his execution, as well as the aftermath, has not only raised questions about using bullets to kill death-row inmates, but it has also renewed debates on capital punishment.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should firing squad executions be legal?
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