If the governor is legally permitted to do this (and isn't he?), then I don't see how it could be interfering. In fact, to consider cases of clemency is part of his job.Certainly. But isn't the purpose of that power to use it based on his opinion of the individual case? Not as a way to exercise his personal opinion of the death penalty?Frydaze1
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