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Discussion in 'Political Outhouse' started by Acroyer, Aug 1, 2020.
I’d like to see them make the insides of his skull vacated.
Evil murdering basturd!!!
First Circuit Court of Appeals ... say no more.
Nothing surprises me anymore. The Judges are as corrupt as Mayors & Governors.
To be honest, life in prison...specifically H unit in Florence is WORSE than a death sentence. It would be more "humane" to just execute him. So in a way I'm happy because he will clearly suffer a lot longer and quite literally wither away and rot in jail.
I would prefer to die then spend the rest of my days in this...no human contact and 1hr per day in a 10x10 cage for "rec" time.
Can’t imagine how the victims and their families feel.....
If you wanna see him suffer as he should than envision the last scene from Braveheart. He should be tortured mercilessly live on TV.
Obviously, but our constitution clearly prevents that sort of thing.
So ask yourself whats worse, a quick painless death that amounts to drifting to sleep and never waking up...or a lifetime of isolation in a small box with zero physical contact and minimal human interaction?
Life in prison with no hands or feet.
That's an injustice to the victims families.
He better watch his 6
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I don’t think it does. Current laws prevent it. They were a lot harsher on criminals 200yrs ago and the Constitution still applied. We’ve just been sissified by feelings and now spend ungodly amounts of money housing them annually. Should be special exceptions for certain types whereas they can be put to death in a horrible painful manner as an example to others of what NOT to do.
cases like this I almost wish it was China or similar. Let this have happened there and see what they would do to em.
I say strap an ankle monitor on him and drop him off in South Boston, I’m sure he’ll get a warm welcome
This. Or a public hanging. Then display his head on a pike for a couple weeks.
Since when are the Courts upholding the Constitution?
But if hangings weren’t done correctly, by someone who really knew what they were doing, there was a good chance the execution could go horribly wrong.
Not enough extra weight added or the rope was too short and didn’t allow enough free drop, the person being executed could twitch and dangle around, jerking for thirty minutes or more as they slowly strangled to death. There were examples of this happening in the old west.
And on the other hand, if the weight was too great and/or the length of rope allowed for too much drop time/distance, there were cases of the executed’s head being popped off; severed by the rope as opposed to just cleanly snapping their neck.
And, .....and, ...humm...what’s my point? I forgot where I was going with this.
He should die...
Well that's one good thing for sure.
I don't think the Guillotine ever failed, and for some reason people are terrified of it.
8th amendment bro