Yep, I said it. The Trump Administration has just decided to abandon their moratorium on executing prisoners in the federal prison system. They have already lined up five of them and given them menu’s to order their last meal. In a few months they are going to strap them down and stick them with a long sharp needle filled with poison and that’s going to be that. Sounds cold blooded right? Looks like I just want something to write about and the lives of these men only count insofar as they can get me more readers or likes. But that’s not it, that’s just the biscuits. These men have all been charged and found guilty of killing children. Anyone that reads Hill1news, knows that if you don’t want us to give a !@@!#, then you hurt some innocent child. Now that I have some of the ranting out the way, not all of it, but some of it, let’s put the biscuits on the table.
There are sixty two inmates on death row in the federal prison system. Twenty seven are White, twenty six are Black, seven are Latino and one is Asian and one is Native American. There are sixty one men and one female. All the inmates on the federal death row have been convicted of aggravated murder. What we know from TV as first degree murder, the action some one takes when some else got them @!## up and they mean to spill some. The average time an inmate stays on death row is fifteen years. That’s the average. They have cooked a couple of them in as little as 10 months. No it wasn’t Florida this time, it was in Texas, where everything is not only bigger but evidently faster too. Of course that was a state sanctioned killing. On the Federal level, they have prisoners on death row who have been there for over twenty five years. The only female prisoner on death row is Lisa Montgomery. She confessed to strangling eight-months-pregnant Bobbie Jo Stinnett, 23, before cutting a premature infant out of her womb. That’s some real Alfred Hitchcock @!##$ right there. Montgomery has been on federal death row since 2007. Now as grisley as this act may seem, you may wonder why was Montgomery charged with a federal crime? Sad as it is, this is not the first time this type of grisly crime has happened. In one word… kidnapping. After she cut the child from the victims stomach, she took the baby across a state line. Kidnapping is a federal offense but killing is not. I’m not making this #@@! up.
In 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down capital punishment statutes in Furman v. Georgia, reducing all death sentences pending at the time to life imprisonment. Now Furman v. Georgia was kinda crazy you know? It went down like this. Furman broke into the victims house trying to burglarize it. While he was rummaging around the victim woke up. He said in his attempt to escape, he tripped and the gun went off accidentally. The police said he told them after the victim woke up, he started firing blindly into the darkness. In any event the results were the same. The victim was killed. There are no degree’s of murder under Georgia law. If you kill someone in Georgia, its first degree murder and Warden Dasyorazz and Boss Dasrite will be waiting for you. Anywho, Furman got a break. In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court ruled that the imposition of the death penalty in these cases constituted cruel and unusual punishment and violated the Constitution. Three of the Justices expressed similar concerns about the apparent arbitrariness with which death sentences were imposed under the existing laws, often indicating a racial bias against black defendants. OMG!! Racial bias against black defendants in Georgia, a former slave state and home of the black and white we don’t serve nigg@r’s, jews and mexicans pictures, I’m shocked!! Anywho, in the end they just settled on the death penalty as being cruel and unusual punishment. As for Furman, well he spent 16 years in prison for the crime. In 2004 he was arrested again for burglary and sentenced to 20 years. He was paroled in 2016. Furman is 78 years old and the word on the street is no one has seen his hands in years. He keeps them in his pockets holding on to a 1982 bra advertisement he had hanging up in his cell. In 1976 things changed and Boss Hogg was back in the saddle. The case, Greg v. Georgia. Yep, dem boys down thar ain’t gonna let it go. Now although the case is referred to as Greg v. Georgia, it is actually a shorthand name. There were five different cases from five different states. In Furman v Georgia, the court ruled the death penalty as cruel and unusual because of the arbitrary way in which the penalty was meted out. This time the states asked the courts for sentencing procedures and processes that would “comply” with the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment.. They got it. Since 1976 more than 7,800 defendants have been sentenced to death and 1,500 have been executed. A total of 165 who were sentenced to death in the modern era were exonerated before their execution. The modern era is the last quarter of the 20th century (1975 – the present). As of April 1, 2018, 2,743 are still on death row.
I make my gravy out of flour, oil and water. The federal government makes their gravy out of sodium thiopental, used to knock you out, pancuronium bromide, so you can’t move or breath, and potassium chloride to stop the heart. Lethal injection was first proposed on January 17, 1888, by Julius Mount Bleyer, a New York doctor who praised it as being cheaper than hanging. But it was never used, partly because of the country’s fascination with seeing a person strapped to a metal chair and turned into a human lightbulb and partly because of the stank association of lethal injections to Germany’s euthanasia program in WWII. Since this is a black oriented news blog, I would be remiss not to mention George Stinney, a fourteen year old black child who was the youngest person ever executed by electric chair in U.S history. Because the apparatus was made for an adult, the piece covering the child’s face fell off during the electrocution. The 2400 volts of electricity that ran thru his little body inflicted 3rd degree burns on his face and head. You can read more about George Stinney here. Through the years there were more botched executions and in 1977 an Oklahoma state medical examiner named Jay Chapman came up with a new, less painful and cheaper method of execution. The federal gravy is known as the Chapman’s protocol. On August 29, 1977, Texas adopted the new method of execution, switching to lethal injection from electrocution and December 7, (a day that will live in infamy,) 1982, Texas became the first state to use lethal injection when they executed Charles Brooks, Jr. Brooks was convicted of killing a mechanic while they were out test driving a car. Oh yeah, Brooks, the first man executed using lethal injection, was black. So it seemed for a time, the day of the medieval torture of electrocution was over or so it seemed. “A number of botched executions involving lethal injection, and a rising shortage of suitable drugs, had some U.S. states reconsidering lethal injection as a form of execution. Tennessee, which had previously offered inmates a choice between lethal injection and the electric chair, passed a law in May 2014 which gave the state the option to use the electric chair if lethal injection drugs are either unavailable or made unconstitutional. At the same time Wyoming and Utah were considering the use of execution by firing squad in addition to other existing execution methods.” – Wiki
Racist Mass Murderer And Church Fiend Dylan Roof
Firing squads, let that sink in. It won’t be long now before we make a full circle and somebody somewhere is going to be talking about hanging somebody. Do not adjust your TV, you have just entered the Twilight Zone. As I said in the beginning the five men being executed are just biscuits. Believe me when I say, generally speaking I am not a proponent of the death penalty. Now the figures I am about to quote may surprise you. There are actually more whites executed in the United States than Blacks and other people of color combined. What!!! Yep. Here is where the discrepancy comes in. As a percentage of the population, people of color are executed at a greater rate and specifically since 1976 there have been 21 white people executed for killing a black victim, but a neck stretching 290 black people executed for killing a white victim. That’s right, get in that pot. I have one reason for advocating the continuation of the death penalty and that reason is the number twenty two. Before your humanity and consciousness get the better of you, you need to put Dylan Roof on your list. Roof is the unrepentant, depraved, hard rock, fully loaded 1/2 slant racist that shot to death nine black parishioners who were praying with him in a historically black church in Charleston South Carolina on June 17, 2015. He wants to die as the messiah of the alt-right racist movement. I say to the government, give him what he wants and open fire. Dylan Roof represents this generations 16th Street Baptist Church. It took forty years before 1/2 slant, fully loaded racist, Bobby Cherry and Frank Blanton would be convicted for their crimes. They were convicted and sentenced in 2002 and 2001 respectively, nearly forty years after the fact. Both died in a prison hospital. They ate breakfast, lunch and dinner in the comfort of their beds brought to them by orderlies. They were attended by doctors and nurses who cared for them in their old age and they peacefully died in their sleep on soft clean pillows and sheets. F@## that @#!!%. Herman Cash, suspected of being involved in the killing of the four black children blown up in the church, was never prosecuted. We want this one and we don’t want to wait no forty years!! We need him stuck now!! Researchers have also found he has inspired a number of copycats bent on murdering more innocent people of color and people of different religious backgrounds.
“The rise of Roof admirers coincides with the rise of the loose online group we now know as the alt-right, which allowed new voices to shape the neo-Nazi subculture. Atomwaffen, a particularly radical alt-right group founded in October 2015, began openly encouraging supporters to plan and commit “lone wolf” attacks on African Americans, Jews, and other minority groups. To bolster their argument, Atomwaffen propagandists relied on the work of James Mason, a Denver-based, old-school neo-Nazi who used to correspond with Charles Manson. Mason’s Siege newsletter, published between 1980 and 1986, argued that individual acts of violence could add up, destabilizing the American political system and bringing on a race war. “The lone wolf cannot be detected, cannot be prevented, and seldom can be traced,” Mason wrote. “If I were asked by anyone of my opinion on what to look for (or hope for) next I would tell them a wave of killings, or ’assassinations’ of System bureaucrats by roving gun men who have their strategy well mapped-out in advance and well-nigh impossible to stop.” – Vox
Mass Murderer Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Giving Us The Finger.
So that’s it. That’s the gravy I was talking about. That mass murderer Roof needs to go. Now, I like a little bit of salt on my gravy too. So while you”re at it, make sure you save some of that potassium chloride for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon Bomber. This maniac set off a bomb injuring more than 264 people and leaving four people dead, including an 8 year old child. He and his worthless brother put ball bearings in a series of pressure cookers and then exploded them in a crowd of thousands. Score were left with life changing injuries. Men, women and children whose arms, legs and hands had to be amputated. Unfortunately his brother was killed in a shootout with police, so we will not be able to enjoy hearing the news he was the victim of a botched execution late at night in a dark room while people watched, ate popcorn and cheered, but there is still hope for us to see Tsarnaev get his. Now some of you might say I’m one petty azz $#@!! who gives absolutely no #@!! about these men’s lives… and you know something… you’re right. These people just want to see the world burn. So don’t be mad when I tell them.. “Get in that pot!!” What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.
( Scene from Mandingo, where Hammond forces Mede into a boiling pot of water.)