Federal judge approves of executions
A federal judge in Missouri has ruled that the state's method of executing condemned prisoners by injection is constitutional.
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#1 Jul 16, 2008
Sharpen the needles! Here comes the judge!
#2 Jul 18, 2008
wouldnt a reuseable rope be cheaper??? or bullets?? i think they should feel the pain of dying, just like their victims did. i have a pretty mean baseball bat that would finish them off, and it wont break for years. i will donate it. how about a solar powered electric chair?? lethal injection is too humane for these criminals. why not just turn them loose so the public can take care of them?
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