June 27, 2006 -
From Tennessee Independent Media:
Pending Double-Execution Reveals Inherent Flaws in Tennessee's Death Penalty System
by Anna Thompson
Nashville: In the past forty-six years, the state of Tennessee has executed only one man. Now, in one day, it plans to execute two. Both Sedley Alley and Paul Dennis Reid are scheduled to die in the early morning of June 28th and both cases reveal critical flaws in Tennessee’s broken death penalty system.