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March 24, 2005
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A former prosecutor in the United States testified that he worked with a judge to keep Jews off juries in death penalty cases. On Tuesday, John Quatman told a California court that a late judge, Stanley Golde, told him he wanted to keep Jews off juries in capital cases because they would never vote for the death penalty.

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