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Even a Third World country can get this right.


Sending across the toughest message, the authorities in Yemen executed and then hanged from a crane three men convicted of raping and killing a 10-year-old boy in front of hundreds of onlookers.


https://www.timesnownews.com/i...a-yemen-video/267403


And meanwhile in Tennessee, they finally got around to getting rid of this POS. He's been on death row since 1986 for committing the same crimes.


On Thursday night, Tennessee executed Billy Ray Irick, 59, for the 1985 rape and murder of 7-year-old Paula Dyer. He's the first death row inmate Tennessee executed since 2009.

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Meanwhile, in England, you get jailed if you try to point out the criminals?




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And of course the media journalist makes it terrible with no mention of the horrors suffered by the child.
 
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The U.S. Supreme Court denied a stay of execution, with Justice Elena Kagan's signature and Justice Sonia Sotomayor's scathing dissent. "Although the midazolam may temporarily render Irick unconscious, the onset of pain and suffocation will rouse him ... just as the paralysis sets in, too late for him to alert bystanders that his execution has gone horribly (if predictably) wrong," Sotomayor wrote. "In refusing to grant Irick a stay, the court today turns a blind eye to a proven likelihood that the State of Tennessee is on the verge of inflicting several minutes of torturous pain on an inmate in its custody." Previously, the Supreme Court has compared potassium chloride to "chemically burning at the stake."


This woman is a narcissist. It wasn't her 7 year old little girl, so she's unable to see what a monster that poor little girl's murderer really was. You can bet that if it had been her daughter, she would have been just fine with him being executed - she'd only be pissed that it took 33 freakin' years to happen.



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The U.S. Supreme Court denied a stay of execution, with Justice Elena Kagan's signature and Justice Sonia Sotomayor's scathing dissent. "Although the midazolam may temporarily render Irick unconscious, the onset of pain and suffocation will rouse him ... just as the paralysis sets in, too late for him to alert bystanders that his execution has gone horribly (if predictably) wrong," Sotomayor wrote. "In refusing to grant Irick a stay, the court today turns a blind eye to a proven likelihood that the State of Tennessee is on the verge of inflicting several minutes of torturous pain on an inmate in its custody." Previously, the Supreme Court has compared potassium chloride to "chemically burning at the stake."


This woman is a narcissist. It wasn't her 7 year old little girl, so she's unable to see what a monster that poor little girl's murderer really was. You can bet that if it had been her daughter, she would have been just fine with him being executed - she'd only be pissed that it took 33 freakin' years to happen.


A bullet would be a lot quicker and painless if applied to the back of the head . If they're really worried about the "humane" method.




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And of course the media journalist makes it terrible with no mention of the horrors suffered by the child.


Did you read the same link? It was neutral and simply reported what happened. I didn't see anything that made me think the reporting was trying to make the executions out to be especially terrible.




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... raping and killing a 10-year-old boy in front of hundreds of onlookers.


< grammar nazi on >

Based on that statement, as written, three weren't enough. The hundreds of onlookers to the rape and killing are deserving of the same fate.

< grammar nazi off >

As for the condemned in Tennessee, if he suffered even a little bit, I'm okay with that.





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Hopefully, they had the right three guys.

It is astonishing how casual some are about this.

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My remarks were towards the execution of the Tennessee man. I agree they need to be sure.




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My remarks were towards the execution of the Tennessee man. I agree they need to be sure.


He confessed when they first arrested him.
 
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Just because the Yemeni court executed three men doesn't necessarily mean the right three men were killed.

The American justice system is quite unique in the protections its affords defendants (read that as "making sure we get it right).

In China, for instance, their judges work with their prosecutors ("procuratorate") to convict people charged of crimes. They wouldn't admit to me that this amounted to a presumption of guilt, but hey, if the person who's going to determine guilt and sentencing already thinks you done it before the trial starts, well. . .

Oh yes, no such thing as a jury trial in China. Probably not in Yemen, either. In many systems, if there's enough political pressure to find someone guilty, someone will be found guilty: could be anyone, right guy, wrong guy, doesn't matter, but he'll be found guilty for damn sure, just to prove the system works.
 
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Our system makes no sense.


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Wonder what one has to do to be considered a pedophile in a culture that allows adult men to marry 9yr old girls? Are we talking about raping they neighbors goat????


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"Although the midazolam may temporarily render Irick unconscious, the onset of pain and suffocation will rouse him ...

Ummmm....no. No it won't, provided the appropriate dose is given.

Additionally, there is no pain associated with this. You go to sleep and you die. Simple as that. Completely painless.


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Dear Supreme Court libs,
Could it not be considered that sitting on death row for 30 years is not cruel and unusual punishment?
If the verdict is guilty and the sentence is death, carry out the execution in a reasonable and prompt manner.


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If only all US executions were done Clyde Shelton style.
 
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"Although the midazolam may temporarily render Irick unconscious, the onset of pain and suffocation will rouse him ...

Ummmm....no. No it won't, provided the appropriate dose is given.

Additionally, there is no pain associated with this. You go to sleep and you die. Simple as that. Completely painless.


Have always felt that dropping a Jersey Barrier (4,000 to 6,000 pounds) from 10 feet would be quick and no Perone to failure.



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Meanwhile, in England, you get jailed if you try to point out the criminals?


Why single out England? Why not include Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, too?

And why just UK?

Why not Iceland or Ecuador?

Or is it just English-speakers?

Republic of Ireland, maybe?

New Zealand?

Tonga?

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Those who say that there is no cure for pedophilia have apparently never been to Yemen.
 
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They execute people in Yemen for witchcraft so this is just more mob violence.

Easy way to get rid of a competitor or the competition.


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