State prepares for first execution since foul up

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Date: June 29th, 2008

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STARKE, Florida – Florida’s new procedure for lethal injections could be tested Tuesday when executioners strap down a condemned inmate for the first time since a botched execution. Mark Dean Schwab, 39, is scheduled to die exactly 16 years after he was sentenced in the 1991 kidnapping, rape and murder of 11-year-old Junny Rios-Martinez. Florida officials say they have resolved problems with the December 2006 execution of Angel Diaz. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceBoden
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3 Responses to “State prepares for first execution since foul up”

  1. nurse Says:

    Just get someone who can hit a vein this time.

  2. Ankharan Says:

    This is why the guillotine is a much better execution method. Very few mess ups and is much more humane than any other form of execution. Quick, clean, and works every time. The perceived awareness is just that.. nothing more than nerve endings on the last hoorah.

    With today’s tech… guillotine execution could be even more flawless and quick… messy… but the most humane way of doing things. Besides… this cruel and unusual BS is just that. All guilty people sentenced to death did not allow for anything less than cruel punishment of their victims A little terror might go a long way in stemming the tide of increasing anti-social behavior that criminals exhibit in murdering or raping their victims.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I agree with ankharan… next thing you know human rights advocates will have us singing lulibys to them so they go in peace. Do you think they cared about the victims when they killed them? NO

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