http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/18/justice/death-row-interview-joseph-paul-franklin/index.html?hpt=hp_t1 Larry Flynt is anti-death penalty, even to the point of wanting to spare the serial killer who shot him. I have to say it takes a big person to be able to take a stand, even when it's the person who put you in a wheelchair. I am also anti-death penalty, but I would find it hard to go on the record to try and spare the life of the sniper who shot me and crippled me. Besides being a victim, it also makes it harder to forgive one who killed at least 22 people and had the goal of making you their biggest trophy. I would be anti-death penalty quietly to myself but it's kind of hard knowing that your voice, a celebrity's voice, has a chance of getting a stay on the execution. I assume Flynt has totally put the incident behind him and is making an anti-death penalty stance on what happens to be the person who shot him in this case. He has also stood up against the state sanctioning of killing inmates in other cases and is known for his stance. Thoughts?