NOT HUNGRY: Death Row Inmates Who Plead Not Guilty Are More Likely To Skip Last Meal

Researchers at Cornell University found that death row inmates who plead not guilty are less likely to eat a last meal and prisoners who plead guilty request 34% more calories on average.

The study suggests that accepting a final meal psychologically condones the execution.

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