Wednesday, August 24, 2005
 
Four Drug Minimum
Lawsuit calls execution method cruel:
    Even as the state prepares to execute Timothy Johnston next week for killing his wife, a lawsuit questioning the method of execution remains unresolved.

    The suit on behalf of Johnston, 44, claims Missouri's three-drug method of lethal injection violates his constitutional right against cruel and unusual punishment. It was filed more than a year ago in U.S. District Court in St. Louis, and the court denied the state's motion to dismiss it as frivolous.
Being a logician who understands Boolean logic, if everyone gets the three-drug execution, it's not cruel and unusual.

One wonders what number of injections it takes to be humane.


Comments:
And I wonder how he would describe his wife disposal methods.

hln
 



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