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September 12, 2007

Tennessee conducts old school execution

As detailed in articles from Reuters and the AP, "Tennessee used its electric chair for the first time in 47 years on Wednesday to execute a man who killed his three sons and their half-sister."

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From the news reports, it looks like this execution went well. Hopefully, the Nebraska Supreme Court is watching.

Posted by: federalist | Sep 12, 2007 7:13:48 PM

Federalist, I think you might be interested in other kinds of killing citizens that you will find more satisfying.


I appreciate your effort to lobby the Nebraska Supreme Court via newspaper articles, but you probably should submit an amicus brief to explain how it would be more fun to kill people your way.

Posted by: S.cotus | Sep 13, 2007 9:57:18 AM

What part of thou shalt not kill does thou not get?

Posted by: M. P. Bastian | Sep 16, 2007 7:34:40 PM

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