Ronald Smith Montana

"If you're willing to take me back, I'm willing to come home.''
"We must end this incoherent double standard. Canada opposes the death penalty and will ask for clemency in each and every case, no exceptions."
Smith was convicted in 1983 for shooting Harvey Madman Jr. and Thomas Running Rabbit while he was high on drugs and alcohol near East Glacier, Mont.
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