Skip to comments.A Former Opponent of the Death Penalty Now Favors Hanging - by the Penis
Posted on 05/18/2011 9:17:04 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
It looks like the death penalty will remain an option in the Cheshire home invasion trial, as key lawmakers who supported abolition last year say they will cross over to the other side. Dr. William Hawke-Petit, the sole survivor of a highly publicized 2007 home invasion in which his wife and daughters were followed home, raped and murdered, has led a lobbying effort against abolishing the death penalty in Connecticut.
State Sen. Edith Prague, who voted in favor of abolition last year, said she will switch sides this year. She made a strong statement to watchdog website CT News Junkie. They should bypass the trial and take that second animal [Komisarjevsky] and hang him by his penis from a tree out in the middle of Main Street, Prague said.
(Excerpt) Read more at newhavenadvocate.com ...
Just fry the asshole...
You seem to be on both sides of this issue, depending on the body part.
Very true. It will be a**holes and elbows when the trouble comes.
I always thought drawing and quartering was done with 4 horses, pulling the limbs off. Well, you learn something new everyday.
I believe I read that it takes 11.5 lbs of pressure to rip a penis from the human body.
I don’t wanna know how you know this, nor do
I wish to verify it.
You've GOT to wonder who would measure that...
Probably my ex-wife.
“...Whens the last time you heard of someone suggesting a womans genital area be mutilated?....Well, I dont think anyone deserves that, men or women.....Just fry the asshole.....”
Okay. I’m confused. ;)
Dang. Just when I think reading the excerpt is enough, I always kick myself for repeating what some other bright (and smart-alec) freeper quips!
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