Founded in 1976, Murder Victims’ Families for Reconciliation (MVFR) is a national organization of family members of victims of both homicide and executions who oppose the death penalty in all cases. MVFR includes people of many different perspectives. Because violent crime cuts across a broad spectrum of society, our members are geographically, racially and economically diverse.
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- One "outlier" county in #Arizona pushes for #deathpenalty so much that it doesn't have enough defense attorneys. https://t.co/tMOMCJQLDE about 2 hours ago
- #Arkansas #deathpenalty saga continues: lawsuits claim that inmates' constitutional rights have been violated https://t.co/0zVI5jeORZ #8in10 about 5 hours ago
- Recent #SCOTUS #deathpenalty decision was a "step towards justice for some of the most vulnerable in our society" https://t.co/VnxnpJPDch about 18 hours ago