Saturday, December 22, 2007
Brutality → Electric chair execution
In 1886, after a particularly gruesome and bloody hanging was reported, New York State established a committee to determine a new, more humane system of execution to replace hanging. How humane this execution method is you can see in the images of execution of Allen Lee Davis (aka "Tiny") on July 8, 1999 on the Florida electric chair "Old Sparky". He was a pedophile and murderer of three. Davis' face was bloodied and photographs taken, which were later released by the Florida Supreme Court.
The electric chair is an execution method in which the person being put to death is strapped to a chair and electrocuted through electrodes placed on the body. This execution method has been used only in the United States and for a period of several decades in the Philippines (its first use there in 1924). The electric chair has become a symbol of the death penalty. However, its use is on a decline, with Nebraska being the last state that uses it as a sole method of execution.
Wiki Article: Electric chair
|I think he's dead |
|9 + 1 = 9.11
|chinese will excute yanks for the |
|He took it in the ass like a good boy|
|He was such a good boy.|
|sayonara fat ass, drop us a line from hell. let us know if its hot.|
|good thats where tha sick fuck belongs! |
they couldn't of found a better chair for
his sorry bitch ass!
| just wish they had it in britain to soft here by far|
Are You saying that being Queer is a Race?
|There is nothing more barbaric than feeling sorry for murderers. While it's terrible that we have to take a life of a person, the death penalty is entirely necessary. It is the only measure that can return equilibrium, and thus provide us with justice. |
|The point is not to sink to their level.|
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