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Death Penalty: Your Newest App

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Have your Angry Birds gone postal? You might need the newest app, from the Death Penalty Information Center.

Today's on-the-go death-penalty activist is now only a touch away from "our Fact Sheet on the Death Penalty, our Execution Database, and the most recent death penalty news from around the country," DPIC's Margot Friedman says.

The application is free and works with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

DPIC is also asking people if they'd like other resources added to the app.

A last meals database?

A countdown clock for attorneys trying to file paperwork with Sharon Keller?

Up-to-date availability and pricing information on hard-to-get euthanizing drugs?

Let them know.

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