Possible Death Penalty For Fort Hood Gunman Nidal Hasan!!

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    As with the murderer in AZ, there is no doubt as to his guilt, just put him down the same as any rabid dog. No need to waste money on a trial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    They're expensive because we keep them on death row for ten years and give them appeals that last for months, if not years, costing the state a fortune in pay for a judge, jury, attorneys, witnesses....
    Yeah, I know all about that. We should do like the Chinese, once your found guilty, they take you out and shoot you and send the bill for the bullet to the family.
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    Don't get your hopes up Gents....there hasn't been a military execution in this country since 1961.

    The death penalty by the U.S. military was reintroduced by the executive order of President Ronald Reagan in 1984. On July 28, 2008, President George W. Bush approved the execution of United States Army Private Ronald A. Gray, who had been convicted in April 1988 of multiple murders and rapes. A month later, Secretary of the Army Pete Geren set an execution date of December 10, 2008 and ordered that Gray be put to death by lethal injection at the Federal Correctional Complex, Terre Haute. The military publicly released Gray's execution date on November 20, 2008. On November 26, however, Gray was granted a stay of execution. He has not yet been executed.

    Until 1961, the last military execution to date, hanging was the sole and official method. Later, the military introduced the electric chair, which was never used. Currently, lethal injection is the sole method.

    Any of you remember Sgt. Asan Akbar? He was the US soldier who threw grenades into tents at the 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne command center at Camp Pennsylvania back in March, 2003. He killed 2 soldiers (Air force Major Gregory Stone died of shrapnel wounds and Army Captain Christopher Seifer was shot in the back) and wounded 14 others. He was convicted and sentenced to death April 2005 and his case is still being appealed.
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    Disembowel the POS in a pig pen and get out of the way
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    I don't understand how in the world when there is OVERWHELMING evidence that the accused committed the crime that we can't expedite the trial, find the person guilty and send them to the gallows!! There is absolutely no reason for this guy to still be breathing!
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    Try him and then take him out back and shoot him in the head, period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paco View Post
    Try him and then take him out back and shoot him in the head, period.
    I'd prefer a gut shot but either way, a means to an end.
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    Save some money and reload one of the spent shells from the murders he commited and use one of his guns to put it into his brain.

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    Deserves a quick death!!! not hanging around on taxpayers shoulders!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGiant View Post
    I will be glad to throw the switch on old sparky or Push the lethal injection button or Line up in the firing squad just say when so I can clear my calendar.
    Firstly, I'm delighted to see the Army will be court-martialing this scum. Secondly, unless it's changed, I believe that the Army may still use hanging in capital cases. I hope so. I'm curious, though, as to what they will do with the wheelchair. Strap him into it, THEN pull the switch?

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