Georgia: Bill to replace electric chair with guillotine
And I saw thrones, and they that sat on them. And judgment was given to them, and to the souls of the ones having been beheaded because of the witness of Jesus, and because of the Word of God, and who had not worshipped the beast nor its image, and had not received the mark on their forehead and on their hand. Rev. 20:4Georgia lawmaker Doug Teper (Democrat) has proposed a bill to replace the state's electric chair with the guillotine. Teper's reasoning? It would allow for death-row inmates as organ donors, he says, since the "Blade makes a clean cut and leaves vital organs intact."
In 1995, a move to replace the electric chair with lethal injection (poisoning) failed in Georgia's assembly because legislators feared that prisoners could argue for a new sentencing hearing if the state changed the law.
The Guillotine, invented by the French Dr. Guillotine, was mainly used in the 18th and 19th century and chops off a person's head. It hasn't been used for decades in any country on this planet.
[March 5, 1996; based upon news report]
Watcher comments: There is a group of lawmakers out there who think chopping people's heads off is a good idea. Criminals are a good first step in acclimating the public to the spectacle of death by beheading. The practical application of "organ donation" is a good excuse to implement guillotine production. By the time the antichrist takes control, there should be some very skilled guillotine craftsman out there, and the infrastructure for transporting such apparatus will be fully in place. Isn't that convenient?
Read the Chilling Proposition from Teper et.
1- 8 The General Assembly finds that
while prisoners condemned to
1-16 Article 2 of Chapter 10 of
Title 17 of the Official Code of
1-21 "17-10-38. (Index)
1-22 (a) All persons who
have been convicted of a capital
1-29 (b) In all cases in
which the defendant is sentenced to be
LC 21 3643
2- 1 delivered to the
Department of Corrections for
2- 4 Said article is further amended
by striking in its entirety
2- 8 "17-10-44. (Index)
2- 9 The Department of
Corrections shall provide a death