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Today we learn about the last execution that took place in the District of Colombia before the death penalty was abolished by President John F. Kennedy in 1962. Robert E. Carter was a working class guy trying to make a way for his young family Dc during the 1950’s. If you grew up in any city, you would know that things can get hard and sometimes folks make the wrong decision. This was exactly the case for young Robert…

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