How on earth can Robert Blecker and Daryl Holton be friends?
That question pulses at the center of Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead, a surprising and often disturbing documentary film about passion, murder, and the American death penalty
Robert Blecker is one of America’s most impassioned crusaders for capital punishment. A self-described 'emotive retributivist,' Blecker teaches at the New York Law School in lower Manhattan. From those unlikely headquarters, he conducts a devoted one-man crusade to save capital punishment from the mounting wave of moratoriums and death-row commutations. Blecker teaches his young proteges that death is the only just penalty for 'the worst of the worst' – the small fraction of the nation’s convicted murderers who have surrendered their right to live by the irredeemable viciousness of their crime. His fundamental credo is: 'Some people deserve to die, and it’s our obligation to kill them.'
- Posted: November 11, 2008
- Director: Ted Schillinger
- Writer: Ted Schillinger
- Studio: Atlas Media
- Release: February 27, 2009
- Cast: Unknown or Not Available
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