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Retired Major General Reduced To 2nd Lt

MacFromOK

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At my age, you'd think I'd be used to it... but it still amazes me how low-down and sorry some folks can be.

The old saying, "Hangin's too good for him!" seems appropriate.
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Roadking Larry

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That offense qualifies for what I call "the big hole sentence".
After a fair and proper trial and duly convicted the condemned is led out to a big hole recently dug by a large back hoe.
Condemned is thrown into the hole. No intermediate steps like execution needed.
Back hoe fills in the hole. Park back hoe on filled in hole over night.
Next case please.
 

Roadking Larry

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Firing squad with BB guns. Shot until death occurs. That might take a few days.

I call that "death by Daisey".
Stripped naked, tied spread eagle and then shot to death with a Daisey air rifle.
Periodically the condemned should be doused with isopropyl alcohol, we wouldn't want an infection to set in during the execution.
 

TerryMiller

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This exactly.
Those calling for hanging should consider how the inmates would deal with this piece of garbage
that would be a fitting end. Not something quick

That would be fine, but the guy got a suspended sentence. That means that he doesn't spend time in prison UNLESS he messes up and does something to get the judge to revoke the suspension and send him to prison. At least he got a suspended sentence, which means he has been convicted of a felony and suffers the consequences of being a felon. Had he gotten a deferred sentence, it would not have been considered a felony unless he messed up and got his deferred sentence accelerated.
 
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