Death Penalty Opponents Gather To Protest Latest Execution
A day after a Florida inmate convicted of murder was executed in Starke -- protestors moved up to Tallahassee -- hoping state leaders would eliminate the death penalty.
More than two dozen capital punishment opponents held a vigil for Robert Waterhouse and his victim Deborah Kammerer.
Waterhouse was executed Wednesday night, 32 years after the crime.
Protestors spen about 20 minutes praying and singing.
Legislation to abolish the death penalty in Florida has been filed, but isn't getting any traction.
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