Paul WilliamScott, Prof Joseph Incandela
talks about him
I first met Paul Scott when I asked my students at Saint Mary's College to write to prisoners on death row. Many ended up corresponding with Paul, who always very graciously answered their questions about life on death row in America.
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It is my initiation into a labyrinth of great complexity which constitutes the events of his business. It also gave me a real understanding of Paul's circumstances and the reality of the death penalty in the United States. Since then, I have been part of a truly global effort to bring justice to Paul William Scott, whom I firmly believe is innocent of the crime he is accused of.
Dean of the College of the Arts and letters from the
University Benedictine of Lisle, Illinois
Prof Joseph Incandela
In addition to this, you need to know more about it.My main area of teaching is Christian Catholic ethics. In this area there is the concept of life's "apparel without appearance": namely that all life is sacred, and all life has an innate and inherent human dignity as it was created in the image and in the likeness of god. Even if Paul were guilty of the crime he is accused of, I would oppose his execution. But the fact that Paul is an innocent man at risk of execution is a tragedy that cries out to heaven for it to be fixed.In addition to this, you need to know more about it. Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, Benedictine University of Lisle, Illinois, for FCADP