That's the title of an editorial published in today's Philadelphia Inquirer.
As a result of the many doubts about the fairness of the death penalty, a bipartisan legislative panel has been reviewing the state's capital punishment system. Its leaders have urged that no executions occur until their report is ready - a sensible plea that so far has fallen on deaf ears in Harrisburg.
Fortunately, however, the logistical problems in carrying out lethal injections offer another chance for state leaders to do the right thing. That is, to enact a moratorium on executions, and continue the careful review that should make an ironclad case for outlawing capital punishment in Pennsylvania.
Earlier coverage from Pennsylvania begins at the link.