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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by slivercord, Jan 10, 2017.
he is for a long trip... to the unknown.
one way ticket.
he is mental.
hope he leaves soon.
Which is a shame because it'll cost taxpayers more.
I didn't even know the decision was to be made today. Well death penalty it is, he's going to appeal I'm sure. I also read the idiot decided to represent himself.
Why is nobody (especially the medias) calling him a terrorist ?
In the following states, death row inmates with an execution warrant may choose to be executed by:
Electrocution in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
In five states (Arizona, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Utah), the alternative method is offered only to inmates sentenced to death for crimes committed prior to a specified date (usually when the state switched from the earlier method to lethal injection).
Depending on the state, the following alternative methods are statutorily provided in the event that lethal injection is either found unconstitutional by a court or unavailable for practical reasons:
Electrocution in Florida, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Three states (Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah) have added back-up methods recently in 2014 or 2015 (or have expanded their application fields) in reaction to the shortage of lethal injection drugs.
Florida and Tennessee have the largest provisions dealing with execution methods unavailability, requiring their state departments of corrections to use "any constitutional method" if both lethal injection and electrocution are found unconstitutional. This was designed to make unnecessary any further legislative intervention in that event, but the provisions apply only to legal (not practical) infeasibility.
No need to waste more money on this scrub, tie him up and give him to the families of those murdered
Yes but I think the death penalty should be applied to all murder cases. There's nothing special about him that impacts my decision.
But I thought the justice system was taking it's sweet time with this case since he was white. You know since they arrested the blacks so quickly from the torture video it has to be white privilege or something.
I'm glad he got sentenced. On the fence on serving life vs death penalty though.
Yes. But death penalty in the US is too complicated, should just shoot him tomorrow and ditch his body in a shallow unmarked grave.
Instead he will be 10 years on death row and then will get injected with some crazy mixture of chemicals while people watch, because that's humane somehow.
I'm saying someone who clearly suffers from mental illness doesn't deserve death. Racist delusions are still delusions.
far-right? nice try libtard
I had to Google him, but yes. Let the fucker hang.
I'm conflicted when it comes to the death penalty but I chose "Yes" in the poll because if anyone deserves it its this shit bag. I would prefer something along the lines of episode "White Bear" from Black Mirror as a punishment to be honest.
100%. Would happily pull trigger/lever/push plunger.
I wonder if he'll ask for burger-king for his last meal.
Just saw that episode a little while ago.
If only I had the power I would make it so.
Whatever's cheaper, which is typically life.
Not in favor of any sort of prison retribution and/or torture.
I think life of 23hr lock down would be worse
Not true. A big part of liberalism is political equality, and Norway does quite well in that regard. Fascism is as far removed from a liberal mentality as possible.
We are a social democracy, but significantly more socialist than, say, Denmark. The state actually co-owns some of the means of production, unlike Denmark.
Life in prison without parole. i don't believe in the death penalty. The state should not have the right to kill it's citizenry. It is also too permanent of a solution and many people put to death were proven innocent. At least an innocent proven person in jail can be set free. Nothing can be done for a dead man.