In North Carolina, one man — Gov. Roy Cooper — has the power to empty death row. But will he do it?
Inside the push to persuade Cooper to commute the death sentences of 136 people before he leaves officeEvery night one of his neighbors was scheduled to be executed by the state of North Carolina, Glen Edward “Ed” Chapman would look up at the window slit in his cell and say to the black sky, “I’ll see you again.”Saying goodbye was hard. Chapman and his peers who were also condemned to die formed