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miércoles, 28 de febrero de 2018

U.S. Supreme Court Issues Controversial Ruling On Texas Executions

Texas is known as a state that’s “tough” on crime. But that’s only because criminals face just punishment for every crime they are convicted for in a court of law.

However, liberals don’t like justice to be served. So they use every excuse they can to say criminals are being punished too harshly. They’re always willing to bend over backward to make criminals seem like victims.

But the U.S. Supreme Court just delivered some bad news to these would- be criminal protectors in a controversial ruling.

From The Western Journal:

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a case Monday alleging Texas has repeatedly botched its lethal injections by using aging drugs, effectively siding with the state.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of several death row inmates in 2013, alleges that the aging drugs that the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) uses for executions could cause inmates to feel pain during their procedures, Governing reported.

The drugs in question include a drug called pentobarbital, which extensive research proves is safe and effective. However, lawyers for the death row inmates claim that the drugs are still being used well after their expiration date.

This can cause “botched” executions lawyers say. Where inmates feel pain instead of passing away peacefully.

But the TDCJ says that all their drugs are tested for potency before use. So it’s crazy that a group of people would spend any of their time fighting to ensure convicted murderers feel no discomfort during their deaths.

It’s not like these killers cared whether or not their victims were comfortable during their deaths.

But even research shows the drugs are effective and safe, and the drugs are tested for potency. So don’t liberals have anything better to use their energy on?

Apparently not. Thank goodness that SCOTUS does.

Source: The Western Journal

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