States are getting rid of it due to the high costs. Why the high costs? I found in the paper that it comes from housing death row inmates separate. Why bother? Put them in general population. Oh, they may get shivved, but they’re going to die anyway. Except for the lawsuits, hmmm. Release form, “you won‘t sue, if…”. Just an idea.
Continued in Growls Of A Wolf
- Bill to abolish death penalty awaits Ill. governor – The Associated Press (news.google.com)
- Lethal-injection challenge dead (dispatch.com)
- U.S. executions drop to 46 in 2010: group (cbc.ca)
- U.S. executions drop by 12 percent in 2010 (chron.com)
- How Much Does It Cost to Keep a Criminal? (creditloan.com)