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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

MURDERER RAPIST EXECUTION DELAYED IN CALIFORNIA AND WIZOFBEACH COMMENT

THIS IS MY RESPONSE TO THE DELAY OF THE MURDER RAPIST EXECUTION BEING DELAYED AND POSTED IN THE LOS ANGELES TIMES.






la-me-execution-20100928 2695293 3.18 from 11 ratingsCalifornia's first execution in five years delayed by legal issues



A federal appeals court in San Francisco late Monday ordered a trial judge to reconsider a ruling that allowed for a convicted murderer and rapist to be executed this week at San Quentin State Prison.

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Even though this guy raped, so is the system; costing tax payers millions of dollars deciding what is fair..one needle or three...obviously, those waging this battle over how to kill the guy are pocketing enough money to pay their homes off and buy expensive cars. I wonder when he was done raping that girl if he asked how she wanted to die.

UPDATE.....federal judge Tuesday blocked the execution of convicted rapist and murderer Albert Greenwood Brown, saying there was “no way” the court could conduct an adequate review of California's new lethal-injection procedures before the death sentence was to be carried out Thursday.




U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel in effect reversed his Friday decision that the execution could go forward if the state gave Brown the option of dying by a single-injection method used in other states, rather than the three-drug cocktail prescribed by California’s new regulations.



Earlier today, Fogel had asked attorneys to weigh in on the state’s new procedures for carrying out lethal injections, including how similar and different they are from the older rules that the judge had previously found to be flawed.



Time has become a crucial factor in whether Brown will be put to death this year.



The attorney general’s office has said that the state’s supply of a key drug that renders condemned prisoners unconscious will expire on Friday and that further executions would have to wait until at least next year, when new supplies are expected.



Brown was convicted of raping and killing a 15-year-old Riverside girl in 1980


MAN CAN GO TO MARS BUT CANNOT PRODUCE A DRUG TO DO THE EXECUTION

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