Friday, February 24, 2006


Here in California, a judge has denied the people justice yet again. A piece of scum named Morales (the first Hispanic slated for execution in California since the death penalty was reinstated) was supposed to be executed for raping and murdering a a teenage girl in 1981. He had a fair trial and was sentenced to death by a jury of his peers.

The first outrage was a decision by a judge that lethal injection was potentially cruel and unusual, because if the convict happened to wake up from the sleeping drug, he might feel pain from the other two (one of which paralyzes him). Excuse me? Since when did pain become cruel and unusual? I put up with pain every time I go to the dentist. I want execution to be painful. There should be an element of punishment involved. Hell, if it was up to me, the convict would be executed by being killed in precisely the same manner that he murdered his victim.

The second outrage was the original judge in the case refusing to sign a new death warrant. so this murdering bastard has cheated justice for longer than his victim lived her life, and will continue to do so for an indeterminate length of time.

When told of his reprieve, the bastard smiled.


GS said...

cheated justice?

you make it sound like this morales guy is out roaming the streets and not rotting in jail.

Gahrie said...

He was sentenced to death, not to rot in jail. Anything less than his execution is justice denied.

GS said...

and he'll get executed sooner or later. after years of appeals, what's a few more months?

if i was on death row, i think the apprehension of not knowing when would bother me more than knowing i was going die in a humane way, anyway...