Fed gov't seeking death penalty for Boston Bomber

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Brugh
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Re: Fed gov't seeking death penalty for Boston Bomber

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Jae wrote:
Brugh wrote:I'd much prefer public hangings.

Not only does it end the criminal's life and drain on the economy and society, but it sends a visceral message to the community as well.
Eh, not bloody enough. Stand 'em up in front of a wall, and let the firing squad have at it.

Bullets cost more than rope. And rope's reusable.

Compromise?

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Re: Fed gov't seeking death penalty for Boston Bomber

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My plane idea can be used for a large group. Just get an old C-130. Who cares if the O2 system goes out in the back.

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Re: Fed gov't seeking death penalty for Boston Bomber

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Jae wrote:
Brugh wrote:I'd much prefer public hangings.

Not only does it end the criminal's life and drain on the economy and society, but it sends a visceral message to the community as well.
Eh, not bloody enough. Stand 'em up in front of a wall, and let the firing squad have at it.
Actually, they were. If the drop was too long, it caused the body to become separated from the head.

(Trivia fact of the day.) :lol:
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