Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by proletarian, Mar 15, 2010.
Advocates quick and inexpensive means
Death Row Inmate Protests Costs of Holding/Execution
Sorry...didn't see that in the link
Heartwarming and gracious OP. A real lesson in empathy for the human condition.
To Hudson and Michelle Cohen-Anglin. I lift my glass.
May you both rest in peace, joined together forever by untimely death.
May Michelle's killer feel the pains of Hell for all eternity. Good riddence to bad rubbish.
Executions need only cost the price of one bullet
Until the lawyers get involved, then they want their pound of flesh, so to speak.
The guy was on death row for 16 years? The federal government does executions a hell of a lot more efficiently. During the George H. Bush administration the Feds executed a young boy and his mother while she was carrying a 18th month old baby in her arms at Ruby Ridge. The FBI sniper was indicted but a friendly federal judge dismissed the charges. The Feds botched a simple search warrant to such an extent that 80 men, women and children ended up burning to death in an assault by tanks and poison gas in Waco, Tx. Domestic terrorist Tim McVeigh was tried, convicted and executed in six years. President Hussein approved drone executions of suspected terrorists without the pesky interference of the US Constitution. When a US citizen was executed while driving his car with his son and a friend the Feds joked that his son "should have picked a better father". There are exceptions though. For some reason the Feds seem reluctant to even prosecute the jihad monster, Major Nadal who gunned down a dozen fellow Soldiers.
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