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#16 The_Decryptor

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:20

I did and I think they actually need to remove that inhumane way of execution of a person.


Execution itself is inhumane, it's state sponsored murder.


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Posted 19 January 2013 - 09:29

Execution itself is inhumane, it's state sponsored murder.

They should a Battle Royale with these guys and charge for the beverages.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 13:38

I think they were the same words said by John Wayne Gacy.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 14:43

Execution itself is inhumane, it's state sponsored murder.


Agreed. The state should hold higher standards than the criminals.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 17:45

I did and I think they actually need to remove that inhumane way of execution of a person.

Yes because of the humane ways people commit murder doesn't justify it. But I agree, lethal injection should be the standard. Guillotine is probably more decisive, leaves no doubt the person is dead. (Y)

Execution itself is inhumane, it's state sponsored murder.

People with your point of view should be on a registry so you can support keeping those criminals alive with your donations.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 18:30

Yes because of the humane ways people commit murder doesn't justify it. But I agree, lethal injection should be the standard. Guillotine is probably more decisive, leaves no doubt the person is dead. (Y)


People with your point of view should be on a registry so you can support keeping those criminals alive with your donations.

and yet again, Death row is more expensive than life in prison.

on the other hand, maybe "people like you" should be on a register, so that when you get accused of a crime, we know you're a death row supporter with minimal waiting time, so once you're found guilty, you're shipped off to have you head cut off. to bad when we find out you where innocent a few on months/years down the road, but hey, your choice.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 18:32

Yes because of the humane ways people commit murder doesn't justify it.


I think this is a fairly primitive logic. I don't see why one would alternate moral values on a person by person basis.


People with your point of view should be on a registry so you can support keeping those criminals alive with your donations.


Similarly people with your view should be on a rotatory to be the executioner.

Also the "humane execution" is done as much for the sake of the executioner as the convict. If you really believe in it you will do it with an axe.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 18:37

I don't know why they don't use inert gas asphyxiation as a form of execution:

When humans breathe in pure nitrogen, they exhale carbon dioxide without resupplying oxygen. Nitrogen is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that constitutes approximately 78 percent of the Earth's atmosphere. As the principal component in air, nitrogen poses no significant risk upon discharge. As such, the subject would detect no abnormal sensation. This leads to asphyxiation without the painful and traumatic feeling of suffocation.



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There was also a pretty interesting documentary covering this:



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Posted 19 January 2013 - 19:26

and yet again, Death row is more expensive than life in prison.

on the other hand, maybe "people like you" should be on a register, so that when you get accused of a crime, we know you're a death row supporter with minimal waiting time, so once you're found guilty, you're shipped off to have you head cut off. to bad when we find out you where innocent a few on months/years down the road, but hey, your choice.

So where is your source for your claim? Provide proof. Otherwise it's urban myth

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 19:32

The authors calculated that, if the Governor commuted the sentences of those remaining on death row to life without parole, it would result in an immediate savings of $170 million per year, with a savings of $5 billion over the next 20 years.

http://www.deathpena...s-death-penalty

Helps to be informed about the issues you support. but hey, America has LOTS of money and has no need to save 170 Million per year, in ONE state...

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 19:36

I think this is a fairly primitive logic. I don't see why one would alternate moral values on a person by person basis.

Similarly people with your view should be on a rotatory to be the executioner.

Also the "humane execution" is done as much for the sake of the executioner as the convict. If you really believe in it you will do it with an axe.

Where's the logic behind your alternative morals comment?
So you would take away one's right to appeal based on one's belief of stream lining a process?
Ironic that your statements are in conflict. :rolleyes:


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Posted 19 January 2013 - 19:58

I did and I think they actually need to remove that inhumane way of execution of a person.


Well, had he had nothing to do with Meth, and not inhumanly shot that guy talking to the feds, he wouldnt be in that predicament, now would he?

I think this is a fairly primitive logic. I don't see why one would alternate moral values on a person by person basis.




Similarly people with your view should be on a rotatory to be the executioner.

Also the "humane execution" is done as much for the sake of the executioner as the convict. If you really believe in it you will do it with an axe.


I wish they would give me a chance to do it with an axe. A dull one preferably. And ill start with the convicted child molesters, and work my way up.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 19:59

Thought himself big in life, thought himself big on the death chair...... reality is, he's just another dead c*ck head

Its not big or difficult to kill someone, its only that way in mishaps heads

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 20:09

Why not just bring back an oldie but a goody ..
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Well now it will cost them money for his burial.


They need electric couches. Execute 3 at a time.

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 20:13

Where's the logic behind your alternative morals comment?


Is it not a contradiction to murder someone for murder? It such a case it would seem to me that ones morals are being unnesscarily corrupted in response to the actions of others.


So you would take away one's right to appeal based on one's belief of stream lining a process?
Ironic that your statements are in conflict. :rolleyes:


I don't understand. What you're refering to?