Supreme Court rules Alabama can move forward with execution of Price

Supreme Court rules Alabama can move forward with execution of Price

The Supreme Court ruled Friday that Alabama can proceed with the execution of a death row inmate whose lawyers argued that lethal injections had been botched in the past. On Thursday, a US appeals court temporarily halted the execution of Christopher Price, convicted of killing a minister and wounding his wife with a sword and dagger while robbing their home three days before Christmas in 1991.

KCooper
KCooper
Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

And they wonder why the death penalty is ineffective. He was convicted in 1991 and he's still awaiting execution?!?

MEIJIN44
MEIJIN44 1 year

This is what happens when you try to be fancy. Stop with the needles. We have the technology nowadays to create guillotines with machine parts making the strike so quick you won't know what's happening till you see the rest of your body without the head attached. If you think they will feel pain just give them some anesthesia or a numbing of some kind. A death is a death after all.

Mike McWay
Mike McWay 1 year

Bring back the firing squad!!! super effective, and super cheap!

GUYIVKS
GUYIVKS 1 year

call it post-abortion instead of execution then hand him over to planned parenthood.😎

GUYIVKS
GUYIVKS 1 year

he's had 28 years of extra life no doubt extended by appeals. no genuine sympathy by MSM or the loony tune progressives for his victims.

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