Mixed reactions to Oregon governor commuting death row


              FILE - Christian Longo listens to arguments during the sentencing phase of his trial on April 9, 2003, at the Lincoln County Courthouse in Newport, Ore. Longo was sentenced to death in Oregon in 2003 for killing his wife and their three children. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's decision to commute all 17 of the state's death sentences has drawn mixed reactions. (Doug Beghtel/The Oregonian via AP, Pool, File)
            
              FILE - Bruce Turnidge, left, and his son, Joshua Turnidge sit during a court motion hearing on Feb. 23, 2010 in Salem, Ore. The mayor of Woodburn, Oregon, has denounced Oregon Gov. Brown's decision to commute the death sentences of all 17 inmates awaiting execution in the state. Among those whose sentences have been commuted is Bruce and Joshua Turnidge, who were convicted of murder and placed on death row over a 2008 bombing in Woodburn that killed the city's police captain and an Oregon state trooper and injured its police chief along with a bank employee. (Kobbi R. Blair/Statesman-Journal via AP, File)
            
              FILE - Officials are seen at the West Coast Bank in Woodburn, Ore., where a bomb blast killed a local police officer and a state bomb disposal technician, on Dec. 13, 2008. The mayor of Woodburn has denounced Oregon Gov. Brown's decision to commute the death sentences of all 17 inmates awaiting execution in the state. Among those whose sentences have been commuted is Bruce and Joshua Turnidge, who were convicted of murder and placed on death row over the 2008 bombing. (Diane Stevenson/Statesman-Journal via AP, File)
Mixed reactions to Oregon governor commuting death row