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Black Mamba
10-20-2009, 10:41 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20091020/ts_alt_afp/usexecutionjustice

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donaldbreland
10-20-2009, 10:46 PM
If thats the case then I would much rather be broke. Take double taxes from me to increase the death penalty.

VCURamFan
10-20-2009, 11:04 PM
Another way to avoid the costs is to kill them sooner.

NateR
10-20-2009, 11:09 PM
That article is clearly slanted to be anti-death penalty. The problem is not the death penalty, the problem is sentencing criminals to death and not actually carrying out that sentence.

J.B.
10-21-2009, 12:59 AM
Every time this debate comes up, some silly libtard tries to make that very point. I always remind them that the cost of two bullets in the back of someones skull is actually quite cheap.

Heck, even Iraq can get that one right. When they sentenced Saddam to die they did not even wait for his other trials to finish, they just hung him.

Tyburn
10-26-2009, 02:16 AM
of course it costs you money when you dont actually execute them :laugh: the system is in desperate need of reform, because its actually failing to do justice to the victims....:ninja:

Mark
10-26-2009, 03:07 AM
They need to reform the system to immediate death sentence.

MattHughesRocks
10-26-2009, 03:47 AM
I have to agree with that one.Maybe in rare cases an appeal first but not years later either.

They need to reform the system to immediate death sentence.

Tyburn
10-26-2009, 12:18 PM
They need to reform the system to immediate death sentence.

Thats what we used to do. What do you think my Screen Name means :laugh:

If you dont know, look in the siggie...will save you lots of "ramble" from me LOL

600 years of almost immediate execution, supplied by New Gate Prison, which incidently backs onto Saint Paul's Cathedral, and Marble Arch...thats where Tyburn used to be, the River still flows underground...ironically the Public Executions that were entertainment for Londoners...well theres an Odeon Cinema right on the site even now...thats dramatic ironey hahaha

You'd do well to do what we did with the bodies after execution also...Public Dissection :)

Last week, the guy who was responsible for getting rid of the death penalty in England as a major lobbiest...died.

KENTUCKYREDBONE
10-26-2009, 01:31 PM
I put Richard Dieter in the Yahoo search engine and found out pretty quick that he's an anti death penalty activist! By the way it ain't killing that cost so much. Its most likely the 20 years housing them and paying for their lawyers that racks the bill up!

Black Mamba
10-26-2009, 04:58 PM
They need to reform the system to immediate death sentence.

My Mom and I said the same thing when I told her about this article. Out here in CA we have a guy that's been on death row for 25 years. He's had his time for appeals, and if the dude was innocent, we would have known by now.

My Mom and I say if you've been on death row longer then 5 years, your butt needs to get whacked. We have so many people on death row out here that it's sickening. I know politicians don't want to go down as the person who executed the most prisoners, but come on! The state is in a budget crisis! Instead of taking money away from the disabled and the college system, start executing people.

Tyburn
10-26-2009, 06:45 PM
My Mom and I said the same thing when I told her about this article. Out here in CA we have a guy that's been on death row for 25 years. He's had his time for appeals, and if the dude was innocent, we would have known by now.

My Mom and I say if you've been on death row longer then 5 years, your butt needs to get whacked. We have so many people on death row out here that it's sickening. I know politicians don't want to go down as the person who executed the most prisoners, but come on! The state is in a budget crisis! Instead of taking money away from the disabled and the college system, start executing people.

I think they should ensure execution within 6 months of sentance. Thats enough time for an appeal. ONE, IMMEDIATE Appeal, bring in completely different judge and jury, run through the whole thing again, add in an new information...and if its the same conclusion...there really is no need to keep the criminal hanging about (if you pardon the pun :ashamed::laugh: )

Vizion
10-27-2009, 01:13 PM
They need to reform the system to immediate death sentence. Q F T

Mark Hughes for president!

rearnakedchoke
10-27-2009, 01:45 PM
Q F T

Mark Hughes for president!

Well, there is an obvious flaw in the system that allows people to stay on Death Row for years before being executed ... I am against the death penalty, but if they are going to have it, than at least have a good system ... if they fix the flaws so that people aren't dying while they wait to be executed, than i guess it could work ...

Vizion
10-27-2009, 02:05 PM
Well, there is an obvious flaw in the system that allows people to stay on Death Row for years before being executed ... I am against the death penalty, but if they are going to have it, than at least have a good system ... if they fix the flaws so that people aren't dying while they wait to be executed, than i guess it could work ... So are you voting for Mark Hughes? :unsure-1:




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Miss Foxy
10-27-2009, 04:20 PM
My Mom and I said the same thing when I told her about this article. Out here in CA we have a guy that's been on death row for 25 years. He's had his time for appeals, and if the dude was innocent, we would have known by now.

My Mom and I say if you've been on death row longer then 5 years, your butt needs to get whacked. We have so many people on death row out here that it's sickening. I know politicians don't want to go down as the person who executed the most prisoners, but come on! The state is in a budget crisis! Instead of taking money away from the disabled and the college system, start executing people.
Exactly way too many people free loading off the system on death row. I do believe before we have a rapid death sentence that it has to be one of those cases with DNA involved, because lets face it in California we have people who are sitting in prison who are innocent. A few weeks ago a man was let out of prison who was innocent!!:unsure-1:

atomdanger
10-27-2009, 07:42 PM
The problem isn't the death penalty is it?
Bullets aren't that much.


The problem is how we do it, and letting them sit on death row, etc...