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Ohio has gotten soft not using the electric chair.
the writer of this article did a great job of presenting all sides of the story, thank you for your compassion and consideration.
An awful situation. I don't know if death is the answer; certainly life without parole and let other matters take their course. It's usually how things go in prison. But, the other problem to ge addressed is alcohol misuse and abuse.
Child molesters, especially one of a six month old BABY, are the lowest of the low in the prison hierarchy. I just hope someone takes him out before we, the tax payers, waste too much money on housing this pathetic excuse for a human for too long!
"The state has enough of its lethal injection drug, the powerful sedative pentobarbital, to execute two other inmates before the supply expires." Why is that relevant to the story?
Sounds like Frye has really dealt with her grief well...some fifteen years later. Regardless of this man's guilt, what a classless thing to do on her part. Cheering for an execution? And I'll bet her life is all better now, right?
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