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OPINION | Yes, Mercy Can Coexist With Accountability in Our Justice System

by Marcus Harrison Green

(This article is copublished with The Seattle Times.)


I still recall the humanity in William Tolliver even as he’ll soon stand trial accused of the inhumane.

Tolliver, along with Marquise Tolbert, is charged with first-degree murder in a January 2020 downtown Seattle shooting that left Tanya Jackson dead and six others wounded. Some are still healing from the gunshot wounds suffered that day. 

Tolbert’s trial is underway. Tolliver’s will follow shortly after. 

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