This video from the USA is about the Teresa Lewis case.
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to block the state of Virginia from executing Teresa Lewis, a 41-year-old grandmother. Barring an unlikely last minute stay-of-execution from Governor Robert McDonnell, Lewis will be injected with a lethal poison on Thursday, becoming the first woman put to death by Virginia since 1912: here. And here.
This is a Dutch TV video on the Teresa Lewis case.
UPDATE: Teresa Lewis was executed on September 23, 2010 at 9PM at the Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia.
Virginia woman executed, Georgia and California executions to follow: here.
California executions to be suspended Sept. 30 due to shortage of lethal injection drug: here.
A powerful interactive exhibition in central London highlighting the plight of death-row inmate Linda Carty has been hailed as a major success by campaign group Reprieve: here.
Death penalty poster exhibition cancelled due to ‘censorship’: here.
MYTH 1: Innocent people are not executed: here.
DNA tests show that demonstrably false physical evidence led to the conviction of a Texas man and his execution in 2000: here.
Fewer US women support the death penalty than men: here.
When Capital Punishment is a Crime: the Atlantic Divide Over the Death Penalty: here.
Cruel and Usual?: Is Capital Punishment by Lethal Injection Quick and Painless? Here.
A Supreme Court decision Tuesday cleared the way for execution by lethal injection of an Arizona death row inmate, dismissing arguments by lawyers for the condemned man that questioned the origins and ingredients of one of the drugs used in the procedure: here.
Death penalty, shot through with racism, cannot be fixed: here.
Texan executioners turn to Danish manufacturer Lundbeck for experimental lethal injection drug: here.
Many US states fail to deal properly with mothers and pregnant women in prison even though the number of women incarcerated is at record high, a new survey has revealed: here.
USA: Shackling non-violent female prisoners during labor and childbirth? Still legal in 40 states: here.
New York Review of Books: Prison rape is constant and mainly done by the guards: here.
TAIWAN: Wrongful Execution Reopens Death Penalty Debate: here.