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Death Chamber of Crime and Punishment
Death Chamber of Crime and Punishment
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Another botched execution? That’s it! That’s enough of the false propaganda being pushed on Americans. The only thing botched is the false message pushed by the Arizona media. At least some of the press let it leak out that the victims of the murderer’s crimes were partially satisfied. The media, the liberals refuse to think about the horror’s the victims face daily. Apparently the bleeding heart liberals don’t care whatsoever about the heinous crimes committed by the murderer and they don’t care about justice as demonstrated by Sen. McCain.

The press is tainted today. The truth is out there on the internet-not in the newspapers, magazines or television. The case in Arizona this Wednesday that set off nationwide debates was that the murderer allegedly took two hours to die. Doctors have already reported that he was brain dead while the body was reacting so-he was dead-end of story. "You don't know what excruciating is. What is excruciating is seeing your dad laying there in a pool of blood, seeing you sister there in a pool of blood. That's excruciating. This man deserved it," Jeannie Brown, daughter of Eugene Dietz, the sister of Debra Dietz said. –Cybercast News Service

Jeannie’s husband Richard said, "I was a witness to the shooting. And, from what I've seen today, you guys are blowing this way out of proportion about these drugs. This man conducted a horrifying murder. And, you guys are going, 'Oh, let's worry about the drug.'"

He went on to say, "Well, why didn't we give him a bullet? Why didn't we give him some Draino? Why didn't we give him something else? Everybody's worried about the drug. You know these people that do this, that are on death row, they deserve to suffer a little bit."

"He didn't yell out once. He smiled and laughed at us and then went to sleep. So, all of you people that think these drugs are bad, well, the hell with you guys. You need to look at the big picture." They both said. Richard also said the reporters wouldn’t be focused on the drug if their family members were murdered.

The victims have more right to speak on the issue than the misinformed, misinforming reporters. Let us save money, spend 40 cents on a bullet or return to hanging; which the Arizona Republic said was barbaric. However, it was more of a crime deterrent than the ridiculous system in place.