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ever43
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Member since Aug 2009
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re: Bill to abolish Death Penalty in Louisiana edging closer to House vote
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quick google says less than 4% of executions are thought to be wrongful. You tards speak as if it’s uber common.


Oh, so the govt wrongfully ended the lives of only 4% of the time? I imagine you would have a much different view of this issue if one of those “unlucky” people happened to be someone you were close to.

I can’t support something where there’s no chance of correcting an error of that magnitude.


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SlickRickerz
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re: Bill to abolish Death Penalty in Louisiana edging closer to House vote
And many of the big pharma companies prohibit their drugs from being used. I know In Georgia a death row execution had to be postponed because the drugs had expired and they couldn’t find a new source. Since the only legal way in Louisiana is lethal injection, this has caused some huge hiccups plus how much it cost to trail for death, save some money and just lock them all up and give them shanks, they’ll take care of it.
This post was edited on 5/16 at 2:26 am


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