Renny Cushing is a five-term New Hampshire state representative and a founder of Murder Victims’ Families for Human Rights. His father's murder in 1988 influenced his work as an advocate for victims of crime and as a leading voice in the anti-death penalty movement.
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Friday, May 29, 2015
Why the Death Penalty Should Die
In hauntingly similar but unrelated crimes, separated by 23 years and a thousand miles, my father Robert Cushing and my brother-in-law Stephen McRedmond were murdered, both at their own houses. Family homes became crime scenes; horror displaced happiness; and homicide, as it always does, brought to...