Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Kenneth Biros Executed

It was about time.

LUCASVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Ohio executed a convicted killer on Tuesday through the first U.S. lethal injection using a single drug, a supposedly less painful method than previous executions with three drugs.

Kenneth Biros was pronounced dead at 11:47 a.m. Tuesday, about 43 minutes after members of the execution team began preparing him by attempting to insert IV needles at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville.

The actual execution appeared to last just 10 minutes, about the usual length of time in the past when Ohio used a three-drug method. The execution team appeared to have trouble finding usable veins but eventually completed the process after about 30 minutes.   Breitbart

4 comments:

  1. Good riddance...

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  2. Huh? Trouble finding a vein?

    Suggestion:
    Hit his jugular with a turkey marinade injector filled with the new "Meet Jesus Juice."

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  3. Bye Bye scumbag. Rot in Hell.

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  4. It's amazing that the single-drug theory was developed to eliminate the perceived agony caused by the smooth-muscle paralysis medication (in the 3 drug cocktail) which some say causes undue pain. So THAT whole process had to be reviewed by the Supreme Court. Oh well, a mega-dose of thiopental sodium WILL stop the heart. LOL @ turkey-baster method. The "Swiss army knife" of medical devices!

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