Bland v. Oklahoma - executing the terminally ill
Posted on Tue Jun 26, 2007 at 06:17:45 PM EST
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They're the ones who decided it's ok to execute a terminally ill man with less than a year to live. You can read it in full yourself - I reference it only to show what kind of wingnut justice one can expect from the Oklahoma State Courts. You should also note that they note that Mr. Bland almost died from reactions to his chemotherapy but that, because he was revived, he's fit to be executed.
I suppose by the time I get this diary done and posted, Oklahoma will have had its way and Mr. Bland will be dead. May he rest in peace. I hope his death is not in vain, though I believe his blood will not quench the lustful thirst for revenge driving the State, Judges and (in this case) family of his victim to demand his execution. The thirst for blood is one never quenched by blood.*
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