Hendel stated that she did forward to the other publications.
How and why?
There is no proof of an innocent executed in the US, at least since the 1930s (3).
My guess is that none of the Bishops are aware, because they haven't looked, as with EV and CCC.
It appears that about 95% of murder victims families, in death penalty eligible murder cases, support the death penalty (6). The Church's lack of support is obvious. The Church has a 2000 year history of support for the death penalty (7), which means support of the executed party, that mercy and expiation are crucial in that process, offering the greatest of restoration - salvation, as reviewed in detail (4). As Church teaching makes clear, executions counter a violent culture and fully recognizes the dignity of both the innocent victims and the unjust aggressors, which is why the Church's 2000 year history of death penalty support completely overwhelms any rejection of it (3).
Here, again, a bishop neglecting Catholic teachings, which, specifically, conflicts with his dependence upon secular anti death penalty positions.
5) Saving Costs with The Death Penalty
World Support Remains High
95% of Murder Victim's Family Members Support Death Penalty