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Norma and her Toyota Take on the Death Penalty in Nebraska

By: Cindy Lange-Kubick / Lincoln Journal Star | Wednesday, July 13, 2011 DAVID CITY — Norma Fleisher has finished her soft serve at the Runza on Fourth Street. She’s wearing her Summer of 2011 uniform — SAS shoes, faded jeans, black fanny pack and one of two matching T-shirts she washes out at night in motel room sinks. They say: Abolish the Death Penalty. It’s Sunday, Day 25, County 73. Her weathered Nebraska map — taped in the Sandhills, ripped just below Loup City — is spread across the table in the Butler County seat while the after-church hungry and the shorts-wearing young fill up on burgers and fries. Her ’92 Tercel is parked out front, a magnetic sign on each white door with words to

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