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Executing a Criminal is Really Easy Now… So Why Do We Make it so Difficult?

29 Mar

By Mike McGee

I’ve always been a supporter of the death penalty. It’s actually physically easy for a state or nation to conduct a judicial execution in 2017. I’m going to show you how. 2,500 years of unexamined culture and history is what makes executions so difficult and filled with drama in the United States and around the world.

Here’s the deal. Carry out executions with respect in private and at an unspecified time, and use commonly available drugs which tend to induce peace before death.

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