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  • To think that our life could come down to just

    想到我們的人生

  • a roll of the dice, a flip of the cards

    純粹被機率定論...

  • I don't think

    我不認為

  • life should be in somebody's hands

    人生應由別人掌握

  • in a government's hands

    掌握在政府手中

  • that can take that away

    並任人擺佈

  • My name is Ray Krone

    我叫Ray Krone

  • and I'm the Director of Communication and Training

    我是Witness to Innocence的

  • with Witness to Innocence.

    溝通與訓練組長

  • Back in 1992 I was arrested for the murder of a barmaid

    在1992年,我被控謀殺一名亞利桑那州鳳凰郡的酒吧侍女

  • in Phoenix, Arizona, convicted solely

    而遭到逮捕,僅因一個咬痕作為證據

  • on bite-mark evidence, sent to death row.

    而被定罪,列為死刑名單

  • And finally in 2002 we had DNA evidence that matched

    而到了2002年,才發現DNA證據

  • another man

    與另一名男子相符

  • and I was subsequently released. And he was arrested

    也因此,我被釋放了。那個男人則被以謀殺逮捕

  • for the murder I spent

    以一個讓我在監獄裡

  • 10 years, 3 months and 8 days in prison for.

    待了10年3個月又8天的謀殺罪名逮捕。

  • A lot of time I start out with actually saying

    我經常以這段話開頭:

  • I used to support the death penalty. I wasn't

    我曾經是支持死刑的。我不是那種說

  • Ra Ra Ra, Kill 'em all, but

    「呃啊!把他們都殺了吧!」的人,但

  • from where I came from it just seemed acceptable

    過去的我確實可以接受死刑

  • because it was something on television, it was something in the news

    因為那彷彿只會出現在電視或新聞中,事不關己

  • it didn't touch, affect our lives

    完全事不關己

  • It was for the worst of the worst. And I was one of those

    那是最糟最糟的情況。我是其中一個

  • portrayed as a monster

    被描繪為禽獸的人

  • I was the one that they read about in the paper

    我是他們在報紙裡或電視裡

  • or seen on television.

    看到的人

  • That's the person sentenced to death ...

    是被判處死刑的人

  • he's a monster, kill him.

    他是個禽獸,殺了他

  • For those of us who were sent to death row wrongfully, that were innocent

    對我們這些 被冤判死刑的人而言,對這些無辜的人而言

  • we didn't know where it was gonna end

    我們不知道這一切會演變到什麼程度

  • we didn't know when we were gonna get out.

    我們不知道什麼時候可以脫身

  • And it wasn't just us, it was our families who were there with us.

    甚至不只是對我們而言,陪伴我們的家人們也經歷這一切

  • We didn't know how it was gonna end. We're just fortunate to be able now

    我們不知道結局維和。我們不過是幸運了點,

  • to come out now and tell that story.

    能夠脫身,並述說自己的故事

  • What Witness is dedicated to is

    Witness致力於

  • abolishment of the death penalty through wrongful conviction

    消滅冤案的死刑

  • and exonerees telling their stories to the public and to

    並讓這些遭到誤判的過來人,把自己的故事告訴群眾以及立法者

  • legislatures in hopes of change, and enlightenment in realizing that our system gets it wrong

    希望可以帶來改變,讓人們開始反思我們制度上的缺陷

  • and we can't have a penalty that's not reversible.

    並了解到 我們不能實行不可挽回的刑罰

  • There's so many moving moments that happen when you go and speak with the public. I was

    與群眾對話時,有太多太多感人的時刻。有一次,我在

  • speaking at a law school nearby and afterwards

    附近一個法學院演說結束後

  • a person came up and said, you probably don't remember me

    某個人走過來說:「你大概不認得我

  • but you spoke to my high school class a few years ago.

    但你幾年前曾到我們高中演講

  • It's because of you I went to law school and I want to be a defense

    正是因為那場演說,我選擇進入法學院,希望可以當一個辯護律師

  • attorney so I can protect

    以保護

  • more Ray Krones that are out there.

    更多跟Ray Krones一樣的人

  • Before Ray

    在Ray

  • was arrested

    被逮捕

  • and convicted, and sentenced to death, I'd never thought about the death penalty.

    被定罪、被判死刑之前,我從來沒有仔細想過死刑這件事

  • I didn't care about the death penalty, whether they had it or not.

    曾經,我不在乎死刑,不論實行與否

  • It didn't matter to me.

    死刑對我並不重要

  • Now since I've seen what

    如今,我見識到了

  • can happen, and how close

    後果的嚴重性,悲劇

  • a tragedy can occur

    一觸即發

  • with the legal system the way it is now

    在如今的司法體系之下

  • I am definitely against the death penalty.

    我堅決反對死刑

  • And the possibility of the errors that can be made. We're very fortunate to

    以及所有可能的誤判。我們非常幸運

  • have the support from Atlantic Philanthropies. That

    可以得到Atlantic Philanthropies的支持。他們贊助的

  • funding that they've given us has allowed us to continue

    資金讓我們得以繼續

  • in our ability to speak and bring about public awareness

    盡我們的力量,去演說、喚醒公共意識

  • and of course legislative change

    當然也包括法律的修訂

  • which of course resulted in the abolishment of the death penalty

    目前,紐澤西、新墨西哥和伊利諾州已廢除死刑

  • in New Jersey, New Mexico, and Illinois. The death penalty must be abolished.

    死刑應當被廢除

  • The finality of the sentence, the finality of taking of a life

    判決的決定性、剝奪生命的決定性

  • leaves no room for error. But we get it wrong, we make mistakes.

    讓誤判沒有存在的餘地。但人會有誤解的時候,我們必定會誤判

  • There should be no punishment

    這社會不應該有任何

  • that you can't reverse later on. Say I'm sorry I made a mistake. We were wrong.

    事後無法挽回的懲罰。例如我為自己犯的錯感到抱歉,我們過去是錯的

  • Because we are human, our justice system is human.

    因為我們是人類,整個司法體系也是人為

  • They make mistakes, they get it wrong. Executing an innocent person has

    他們也會犯錯,也會誤解。我們極有可能處死一名

  • most likely happened and will continue to happen until we do away with the death penalty.

    無辜的人,而在我們廢除死刑之前,這必定層出不窮。

To think that our life could come down to just

想到我們的人生

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雷的故事。一個死刑的錯誤 (Ray's Story: A Death Penalty Mistake)

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    阿玟 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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