It’s not a matter of appealing his guilt. It’s been agreed Rodney Renia Young is guilty of traveling across state lines to kill his former girlfriend’s son in 2008.

Whether he should die for his actions, however, has birthed a war between the American Civil Liberties Union and the courts, as battles to prove Young’s intellectual disability—and have it honored by the Georgia judicial system with a death penalty exemption—continue.

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