One State Has The Answer For Executions

The Constitution bans “Cruel and unusual punishment” But just what does that mean? When the constitution was written, many countries including our Motherland, Great Britain, still had such punishments as being drawn and quartered and Keel Hauling on the books as accepted punishments. But we in the new United States wanted to be more civilized and uphold the rights of a person to be respected, even in death.

For years, liberal lawyers have fought in the courts saying that the death penalty itself was cruel and unusual, but that argument has pretty much fallen by the wayside until now the focus is on just how we take someones life that has taken the life of someone else. While many states have been using lethal injections in their death chambers, On state has gone back to…



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