Thursday, April 17, 2008

A.P. Headline:

Fla. Scurries To Get Executions Back On Track


Scurries, as in swift justice and closure for the victims and survivors of a convicted death row maggot? The idiot that wrote this story is a piece of work.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida wasted little time trying to get executions back on track after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Kentucky can continue using lethal injection to carry out the death penalty.

Attorney General Bill McCollum quickly sent paperwork to the U.S. Supreme Court asking for permission to go ahead with the execution of child killer Mark Dean Schwab, who the state was supposed to
kill last November.

The A.P. made a huge liberal error (Not surprising at all.). The AP used "kill" instead of execute. Kill, is what Mark Dean Schwab to his innocent 11 year old victim. If Mark Dean Schwab had not killed the 11 year old boy he would not have face his execution.

Kentucky and Florida have nearly identical lethal injection procedures.

Gov. Charlie Crist immediately asked for a list so he can pick who among the state's worst killers should now prepare to die.

Crist will have plenty to choose from: There are 388 people on death row
.

A large assortment of murderers and sickos who will never be rehabilitated or redeemed, except by execution.

The governor said he wants a list of five or so death row inmates who have served the longest or committed the worst crimes so he can sign his second death warrant since taking office in January 2007.

"Justice delayed is justice denied and an awful lot of families of the victims have been waiting for justice to be done, and so that's certainly an important factor," Crist said. "But in addition, the heinous nature of the crime itself is important to consider." Article Here.

I agree with this statement.

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