Friday, May 16, 2014

Death Penalty

A man kidnapped and rapped two girls, and ten buried one alive, who later died.  He was arrested, convicted and sentenced to death.  There is no doubt of his guilt.  The was executed by lethal injection, but his procedure did not go smoothly. 

He had a vein explode and he died less than an hour later from a heart attack.  Sometimes in medical procedures a vein will explode.  It's one of those things that happens.  Too bad, but he was being executed at the time.

There are 20,000 murders in the United States.  There should be 20,000 executions per year.  Many people claim we have an imperfect system, but that is true of all human endeavors.  Justice demands that murders be executed.  Officers risk their lives to capture these killers.  Jailers and prison guards risk their lives guarding these criminals.  It's unfair to police and penal staff to have to deal with people who should be executed because of constant delays or states with no death penalty.  There is no reason for these criminals to not kill a guard; that's what the SGT Says.

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