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 No.644227

The life of convicted killer Scott Raymond Dozier currently lies in the hands of a very controversial drug.

This week, the state of Nevada plans to be the first US state to carry out an execution using fentanyl, the notorious recreationally-used drug that’s become synonymous with the country’s opioid epidemic.

A hearing will take place on Wednesday, July 11, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. If it gets the go-ahead, Dozier will be dead by 8:30pm later that day.

Fentanyl is a potent and highly-addictive opioid narcotic that is typically used to treat severe chronic pain. Much like heroin and other opioids, fentanyl works by binding to the body's opioid receptors, specialized cells found in the brain, spinal cord, and digestive tract that control pain and emotion. In turn, this triggers the release of endorphins, the naturally occurring “feel good” chemicals that we normally produce after we eat, rest, or do something pleasurable. It also suppresses the brain activity that controls breathing.

In high enough quantities – just a quarter of a milligram – it will depress the respiratory system and slow down the rate of breathing to the extent that the body becomes starved of oxygen

Nevada wants to use fentanyl in Dozier’s execution because of the national shortage of lethal injection drugs. He will first be injected with midazolam, followed by fentanyl, then a muscle paralyzing drug.

However, the use of this untested technique is causing a big stir.

The Associated Press reports the pharmaceutical company who manufactures the drug midazolam has filed a lawsuit saying their drug is “not approved for use in such an application” and argues that the drugs were illegally obtained.

http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/a-new-and-controversial-method-of-capital-punishment-is-about-to-be-used-in-nevada-/page-2/

 No.644230

>>644227

moar liek state of Nirvana amirite?


 No.644233

>>644227

How fucked are we that a drug that’s being used to put people to death is also being prescribed by hospitals country wide, and is in the hands of drug dealers everywhere, and no one seems hat interested in stopping it?


 No.644235

how retarded is that

i thought a death penalty can only be executed once

>be about to be executed

> get a SHITTON of resistance for opiods in jail through my lawyer / some fuckin how

> execution day

>"meeeh thats not even a buzz fucktard"

wat


 No.644236

When a simple bullet does the trick. Wow, the length america goes to keep pharmacists happy


 No.644247

>>644233

>How fucked are we that a drug that’s being used to put people to death is also being prescribed by hospitals country wide, and is in the hands of drug dealers everywhere, and no one seems that interested in stopping it?

How fucked are we that a substance that was once used to burn people to death is also being used to cook food and heat homes with, and is on tap in homes across the modernized world everywhere, and no one seems that interested in stopping it?


 No.644251

hey opioid addicts want some free dope? right this way!

> no more opioid epidemic


 No.644255

A tree and a length of rope is all that's needed for executions.


 No.644262

>>644247

Are you really comparing oil to fentanyl?


 No.644263

I want to commit suicide by public execution in Nevada, but I don't want to murder anyone.

What non-violent crime can I do?


 No.644264

File: d3de767299194bc⋯.jpg (770.09 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, monty laughs.jpg)

>>644247

>How fucked are we that a substance that was once used to drown people people to death to see if they were witches is also being used to cook food and heat homes with, and is on tap in homes across the modernized world everywhere, and no one seems that interested in stopping it?


 No.644266

>>644236

>When a simple bullet does the trick.

Right

>Wow, the length america goes to keep pharmacists happy

Wrong. The pharma Jew makes next to nothing on executions.


 No.644269

>>644227

The pharma company is pissed becasue who will want their medication once its used to kill someone.


 No.644270

>>644227

>However, the use of this untested technique is causing a big stir.

Not until 8:31 11 July.


 No.644273

I hope he smiles and says the crimes were worth it to go out on a cloud of euphoria


 No.644283

>>644263

Nothing.

No one has ever been executed for non-violence.

Unsuccessful terrorist acts will just get you life.

Etc.


 No.644293

>serial killer

He doesn't deserve Fentanyl. This drug produces physical and emotional euphoria. He's basically going to have a warm hug as his dying experience. Just get the firing squad.


 No.644295

>>644227

>Nevada wants to use fentanyl in Dozier’s execution because of the national shortage of lethal injection drugs. He will first be injected with midazolam, followed by fentanyl, then a muscle paralyzing drug.

Are burgers fucking retarded? fucking get a big ass axe and chop his head off, there is no need to keep involving big pharma in the death industry.


 No.644301

Just double tap them in the head with a pistol.

We aren't killing them to make them feel better, we're killing them to remove the threat they pose to society.

Two 9mm rounds = $0.30

1 dose of lethal injection drugs (in VA) = $16,500


 No.644307

>>644247

what the fuck dude

oil =/= oil in some cases

this is why the whole world is laughing about american education you fucktards


 No.644308

>>644293

i think you have the wrong idea of what an overdose actually is

t. someone who saw someone ALMOST dying of an overdose

it wasnt fun


 No.644315

It'll never happen…..

you'll see.

At least not with fentanyl


 No.644316

>>644308

you saw someone ALMOST dying of an overdose?

……………….big deal


 No.644318

>>644316

shut up johnny, nobody cares about your drug addiction


 No.644343

>>644230

i spat gin all over my keyboard


 No.644345

Remind me again why shooting people has gone out of fashion?


 No.644353

>>644347

you made me laugh thanks.

i actually stole this keyboard from my mother so lol im the real winner here

i have never managed to cum on my keyboard but it is filthy and filled with pube hairs


 No.644359

>>644341

what kinda faggot are you? just use a cheap kitchen knife.


 No.644361

>>644263

Maybe treason.


 No.644375

>>644360

>risking a life of imprisonment or execution for $11,000

why are scumfucks so stupid? they couldve worked at mcdonalds for a few months and made that


 No.644383

>>644347

Oohhhhhhh, sick burn, bro!

Psych, that made me cringe


 No.644386

The life of convicted killer Scott Raymond Dozier currently lies in the hands of a drug commonly used to treat severe pain.

This week, the state of Nevada plans to be the first US state to carry out an execution using fentanyl, the well-known medication that's become synonymous with the relief of intense pain where other options have been exhausted, particularly in cases of terminal cancer.

Fentanyl is an opioid narcotic that when used to treat severe chronic pain, does not present an addiction risk. Much like diacetylmorphine and other opioids, fentanyl works by binding to the body's opioid receptors, specialized cells found in the brain, spinal cord, and digestive tract that control pain and emotion. In turn, this mimics the release of endorphins, the naturally occurring “feel good” chemicals that most people normally produce they eat, rest, or do something pleasurable. It also suppresses the brain activity that controls breathing.

In high enough quantities – just a quarter of a milligram, which is classed as a moderate dose for most people– it will, like most other opioids and some other drugs such as alcohol, depress the respiratory system and slow down the rate of breathing, but this is usually not dangerous.

Nevada wants to use fentanyl in Dozier’s execution in order to support the current government psyop and wave of anti-opioid hysteria sweeping the USA. He will first be injected with midazolam, followed by fentanyl, then a muscle paralyzing drug.

However, the use of this untested technique is causing a big stir in people who do not realize that the only reason fentanyl is being used, is to form a negative association in the minds of the public, linking the medication with criminality, punishment and death, rather than medicine, relief of pain and patient wellbeing.

The Associated Press, which is the Rothschild's personal press agency, reports the pharmaceutical company who manufactures the drug midazolam has filed a lawsuit saying their drug is “not approved for use in such an application” and argues that the drugs were illegally obtained.


 No.644396

>>644353

>tfw i actually got some cum on my cheap keyboard in multiple instances but its actually better now because it provides a grippy texture for the keys instead of the slippery plastic finish


 No.644399

>>644386

>a drug [fentanyl] commonly used to treat severe pain.

how can they argue that using it to treat the most severe pain, that of existing, is somehow outside of its intended use case?


 No.644410

>>644227

>Nevada wants to use fentanyl in Dozier’s execution because of the national shortage of lethal injection drugs

>national shortage

Fucking really? Killing people is like the only thing America is good at (and even then, seem to suck at at the same time), how the fuck can we have a shortage? And if that's the case, why don't we just use bullets?


 No.644411

>>644386

correction :

as I have already explained, fentanyl is not the drug that is causing the controversy in this case.

it's the MIDAZOLAM, a benzodiazepine similar to Xanax, often used before general anesthesia during a surgery, and marketed under the brand name Versed® which is the drug that's the cause of the civil motion by it's manufacturer.


 No.644412

>>644410

It's not necessarily a shortage of lethal injection drugs, but rather a BOYCOTT of executions by the manufacturers of the chemicals used in Lethal Injections.


 No.644414

>>644399

That's a good point, but I imagine they'd counter by saying that an overdose which leads to death doesn't count as "treatment", and also breaches the hippocratic oath since it leads to the death of the "patient".

Opiates were recognized as the best treatment for existential pain all through antiquity. It seems to me, that the jew is hell bent on depriving the goyim of any hope of relief from pain, this Fentanyl execution removes any doubt in my mind, that an anti-opioid psyop is afoot.

That said, those who agree that capital punishment is a necessity, but do not agree that the horror and pain of dying should be part of the punishment, have for a long time said that an opioid overdose would serve as a perfect way to dispatch the condemned.

None of this burning up alive or suffocating while conscious but unable to move nonsense. Just a little jab, a warm sensation (probably not enough time to get any 'enjoyment' from it, which is always a concern for the blood and guts brigade) and then an eternal voyage into the yawning black.

It's difficult to see why anyone would object, least of all the condemned.

But I'm straying here, I think the salient point of this story is that it represents a clear and deliberate attempt to further demonize opioids, which are not addictive at all when properly used.


 No.644415

>>644412

That makes a bit more sense, but it still leaves me wondering just how hard it is to get cyanide and shit, especially when prisoners sit on death row for ages. There should be plenty of time to stockpile beforehand. There has to be at least one company out there that'll still provide. Is the electric chair no longer a thing? I feel as though this problem is a bit needless.


 No.644416

The companies that manufacture the chemicals used as a lethal cocktail in the process of American Lethal Injections have stopped selling the drugs to American Corrections facilities, leaving them empty-handed when it comes to a 'humane' lethal injection cocktail mixture….

And I don't think there's a single person in this thread who would disagree that being 'humane' about it is nonsensical.

I think I speak for everybody here when I say the more painful and agonizing, the better.

The way to cut down on capital crimes is simple… Make me punishment so excruciating Lee painful and unimaginably torturous, that even 'the baddest of the bad' would do anything to avoid the experience.

Do you want to see an instant reduction in murders? Start doing pay-per-view cable broadcasts of executions, where they inmate is forced to suffer through five or six days of unimaginable vivisection and brutal physical assault of any number of various techniques, step by step, day by day, slowly and methodically, without any anesthesia whatsoever.


 No.644417

>>644411

>as I have already explained, fentanyl is not the drug that is causing the controversy in this case.

>it can only be one thing or the other, not both

Are you really trying to suggest that the use of FENTANYL to facilitate an execution, at the peak of an OPIOID HYSTERIA is coincidental, or that it will not by design affect the public's attitude towards opioids and its willingness to go along with whatever laws and restrictions the govt rolls out to further restrict access to prescription opioids?

>it's the MIDAZOLAM, a benzodiazepine similar to Xanax, often used before general anesthesia during a surgery, and marketed under the brand name Versed® which is the drug that's the cause of the civil motion by it's manufacturer.

The civil motion by the manufacturer and the story entitled-

>EXECUTION BY FENTANYL -

are two different matters, two stories in one.


 No.644420

>>644415

If somebody broke into your house and raped your wife and murdered your child…..

And as a punishment, you bought that guy a motel room for 15 years and paid for all of his meals, supplied a TV set, laundry facilities, commissary, and free postal Service ?…..

You can guarantee that there would be a long line of people waiting to come and violate you and your family again….

The reason we have this problem:

WIMPINESS


 No.644423

>>644416

>Make me punishment so excruciating Lee painful and unimaginably torturous, that even 'the baddest of the bad' would do anything to avoid the experience.

And yet people still perform these crimes. Mentally ill individuals don't give two fucks about the consequences, that's why they fucking do the crimes. Deterrence only works on people who already mostly know better, but still have things to lose. People who have nothing to lose won't hesitate, no matter the punishment.

>Do you want to see an instant reduction in murders? Start doing pay-per-view cable broadcasts of executions

The same way broadcasting mass shooters as villains does that? Oh, wait, no it doesn't. Instead it gives sickos an outlet to put their crimes on display, encouraging copycats and shit. Then bleeding heart liberals will have even more bullshit to bitch about, too. Let's just fucking kill them quickly and neatly and be done with it.


 No.644424

>>644420

I think it's just the state looking out for it's own hide. We all know they don't give even a fraction of a damn about ethics, it's all just a farce to avoid lawsuits. Whimpiness isn't a factor; the state won't hesitate to deploy excessive force when they know they can get away with it, but when their money is on the line, then they tip toe about.


 No.644425

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>>644417

Everything's got to be a conspiracy with you doesn't it?

….you'll even suggest a conspiracy based on your erroneous misinterpretation of the actual story.

(It's not my fault that OP or any other idiot misrepresents this story as being 'about fentanyl')

This story has very little to do with fentanyl, and absolutely everything to do with a controversy being caused by the manufacturers of the benzodiazepine sedative MIDAZOLAM®


 No.644427

>>644424

Regardless of what you or I may personally believe about the ethics of executing people sentenced to death, the actual fact of the matter remains:

a majority of the human race is absolutely morally opposed to execution

Most civilized Nations are completely opposed to it, and research proves that 85% of Americans are also opposed to it

Again, I'm not talking about what you and I personally believe…

Public opinion has become so vehement Lee against the notion of executing people, that the powers that be have bent over backwards trying to customize and tailor the execution process, softening the bad Public Image, with the ridiculous notion of Humane ethical execution….

When we all know that the offenders who committed these capital murders didn't give their victims the benefit of 'humane' or 'ethical' deaths….

It's really simple…..

You can buy a common household Hammer at Home Depot for about five bucks….

And the families of the murder victims would be more than happy to do the job for us….

Three or four good solid blows on the back of the head with a hammer should do the trick, and if somehow the inmate survived the assault, they wouldn't be much of a problem anymore, or a threat to society in the persistent vegetative coma that would ensue….


 No.644428

>>644417

Fentanyl is an opioid, not a sedative…..

MIDAZOLAM is the sedative in question


 No.644429

>>644247

Many reasons, jackass. Its more than 10 times more effective then morphine as a painkiller despite having to use less of it. Which means less drain on resources. Although I agree that it shouldn’t be prescribed(Im not sure if it even is.) It is incredibly helpful for people that are in every meaning of the word: Pain. Stage 4 cancer patients, people with limbs blown off, those with 80% of their flesh burned off, etc. The argument you should be making isnt why its being used and why its legal, it should be why the fuck big pharma is allowed to push all this weight onto doctors and pharmacists and are purposefully trying to get people addicted to this shit. These are drugs mean’t to help people get through a tough time, not keep them on it for the rest of their fucking lives.


 No.644430

>>644427

I get what you're saying, but public opinion is garbage about so many things. My only personal concern is giving the state the power to do these things, given their consistent incompetence, but at the same time, I'm of the mind that the world is loaded with people that need to die. Finding a middle ground is pretty tough.


 No.644431

>>644417

Oh, and one last point I'd like to make:

THE GOVT. DOESN'T NEED TO SWAY PUBLIC OPINION OR ASK OUR PERMISSION TO ADD EXTRA LEGISLATION AND ADDED PROHIBITION REGARDING OPIOIDS AND THE CLINICAL PRESCRIBING AND ADMINISTRATION OF SAID OPIOIDS….

They've been interfering and pulling back with opioids step-by-step for a long time now, and they are not in the business of 'developing false flag conspiratorial controversies' to try to manipulate public opinion….

They don't need our permission


 No.644432

>>644430

You and I concur completely


 No.644433

>>644301

Really. We could VERY easily rig up a machine to fire 2 bullets into their head simultaneously that would cause them to lose consciousness and die instantly. But no, we must waste thousands of dollars on pointless drugs. And I'm certain of exactly (((who))) is pocketing the profits from those. And it's the tax payers who fund it.


 No.644435

>>644429

100? Try 1000….

Fentanyl is 1000 times stronger than morphine

Buprenorphine is very similar, because just like fentanyl it is administered in MICROGRAMS rather than milligrams

But unlike fentanyl, Buprenorphine is not necessarily a thousand times stronger then morphine, it was just specifically designed and created to blanket the maximum amount of mμ-opioid receptors in an umbrella effect that no other opioid agonist or antagonist as ever achieved before…

Due to the unique umbrella blanketing effect of buprenorphine, it is actually indicated more than fentanyl


 No.644437

>>644433

If the American government was in the business of stomping out crime (as much as possible, at least) they would have been doing it for decades already….

RELATIVE PUNISHMENT seems like a logical idea to me, where if somebody is convicted of rape, a door opens in the courtroom, and 25 death row inmates are led in, were they proceeded to violently gang-rape the defendant in front of his family.

If somebody is convicted of theft, the court allows everything the defendant owns to his name to be stolen from him, and for good measure, somebody breaks his nose afterwards.

And if you're convicted of murder, the exact same technique used by the defendant gets used against him, right there in the courtroom, immediately after the verdict is read.

The government's agenda is business as usual, lining pockets, and maintaining a disparity for the Common Man.

If you want to make money in the stock market, investing into the corrections industry is always a sure bet.


 No.644438

>>644425

Nice formatting, that will surely add weight to your bullshit.

> erroneous misinterpretation of the actual story.

The only one making an "erroneous misinterpretation" here is you.

You completely wasted your time drawing shapes on a screenshot because at no point was I referring to THAT PARTICULAR ARTICLE. I would have thought that was obvious.

When I write "story" I mean the fact and its reporting in totality. The story, the news, in its entirety, as reported nationwide, and the resulting effect upon the populace.

As you would know if you'd actually checked, the use of Fentanyl is the main issue for the public and features in many headlines.

>Execution in Nevada to use powerful opioid fentanyl

https://edition.cnn.com/2017/09/01/health/execution-nevada-fentanyl-opioid/index.html

>This story has very little to do with fentanyl

You're very desperate to make others believe that but the timing and the sensational headlines (and content) makes it obvious that the purpose is to associate fentanyl, and by extension opioids as a whole, with execution, criminality and murder.

Are you female, and jewish by any chance?


 No.644439

In 1992, I actually penned a treatment on a screenplay called RELATIVE PUNISHMENT, where Society has been overwhelmed with crime to the point where a House Bill is proposed, nicknamed the 'Relative Punishment Bill'.

Simultaneously, a group of law enforcement officers have become fed up with watching criminals continue to get away with murder, both literally and metaphorically. They start a secret rogue group, kidnapping criminals instead of taking them to jail, and performing the exact same crime on them that the criminals had just committed.

These 'relative punishments' handed out by the rogue cops run the gamut from theft to simple assault to aggravated assault rape and murder.

Finally, the house bill is passed right around the same time that an investigation results in the arrest of the rogue officers, and my treatment ended with the law enforcement officers receiving relative punishment from the court system.

After I wrote the treatment on a screenplay out, although I really liked the concept, I simply set it aside and never even shopped it, even though I was working for Warner Brothers at the time.


 No.644440

>>644438

CORRECTIONS:

1: my formatting simply adds weight to your blatant latent homosexuality

2: I don't give a fuck if certain news organizations seem to focus on the fentanyl being used in the execution process, because ALVOGEN™, the manufacturer of MIDAZOLAM ® hired attorneys to file a civil motion to block the execution because they disputed the use of their product MIDAZOLAM™

The civil motion blocking the execution DOES NOT MENTION the use of fentanyl as a grounds for blocking the execution.

You're a fucking idiot


 No.644441

>>644438

>the timing and the sensational headlines (and content) makes it obvious that the purpose is to associate fentanyl

I don't care if news organizations are trying to sensationalize the story by using the word fentanyl as the keyword

Everybody knows news organizations sensationalize things….

However, that's not a conspiracy

And it's not one of your imaginary false flag scenarios

The civil motion to block the execution is NOT about fentanyl……

The civil motion to block the execution IS about MIDAZOLAM™, a benzodiazepine used in general anesthesia process during surgery.

And nothing you say or copy and paste will change that fact.


 No.644442

>>644440

>The civil motion blocking the execution DOES NOT MENTION the use of fentanyl as a grounds for blocking the execution.

And that affects the hundreds of articles, including the one which this thread is about, which focus on the Fentanyl aspect, how exactly?


 No.644444

I 'get it, I 'get it', okay ?…..

… There were federal agents in the woods surrounding Sandy Hook before the shooting…

I understand this… There is definitely something questionable about that event….

But if you're the type of person who's going to jump on the conspiracy bandwagon, and start running around like an idiot, parroting and mimicking false flag catch phrases like some kind of Alex Jones buffoon….

If suddenly everything is a false flag, and everything is a conspiracy…..

Then you're making people who actually study and scrutinize such conspiratorial Behavior look foolish….

That would remind me of a National Enquirer Tier 'UFOlogist' claming Obama and Trump are aliens, the White House is actually just a giant UFO, there are secret civilizations on the moon, and that the Earth is flat….

… And by becoming a parody of yourself, you would only serve to discredit the real work done by serious professionals who take the UFO phenomenon seriously….

People like you make dedicated researchers look just as ridiculous as yourself


 No.644445

>>644442

Q: HOW EXACTLY?

A: BECAUSE THE HEADLINE 'MIDAZOLAM EXECUTION' ISNT 'CATCHY', YOU MORON


 No.644446

>>644308

You have no fucking idea what you're talking about.


 No.644447

>>644444

fuck off joe-bob needledick


 No.644448

>>644441

I can see how triggered you are. Definitely a jew.

It must become annoying when the dumb goyim see through your propaganda within seconds of reading it?

>The civil motion to block the execution is NOT about fentanyl……

The news IS about fentanyl. You saying it isn't doesn't change the fact that it is.

You might have had a chance if the article had been balanced or accurate, but it is neither.

>Everybody knows news organizations sensationalize things….

>However, that's not a conspiracy

No one claimed that it is.

It becomes organized propaganda when the jew media lies about the properties of fentanyl across the board, and deliberately links it to executions in the mind of the public.

If, as you say, the story has nothing to do with fentanyl, then why does the civil action receive so few lines and fentanyl the overwhelming majority?

I know that it hurts when the goyim see through your best work in seconds, but it's really been that way ever since you pulled the "Iraqi soldiers are ripping babies out of incubators" thing.

I don't know what to suggest - toss out a few more canards "conspiracy theory", "moon hoax", "false flag" and a bit of that jew invective, and hope for the best?


 No.644449

>>644442

JOHNNY NEPTUNE'S CHALLENGE:

Find me a news article that states the Civil motion to block the execution is based on the manufacturers claim that fentanyl is being used without their authorization

The reason you can't show me a news article meeting my criteria is because THE CIVIL MOTION BLOCKING THE EXECUTION IS BASED ON THE MANUFACTURERS ASSERTION THAT THE BENZODIAZEPINE 'MIDAZOLAM' IS BEING USED WITHOUT THEIR AUTHORIZATION


 No.644450

File: 7299a72d46e199f⋯.jpg (459.92 KB, 960x703, 960:703, nice quads.jpg)


 No.644452

File: e59f5f68b29ae7e⋯.webm (1.19 MB, 352x262, 176:131, gets.webm)

>>644450

Oh shit it was a pentuplet, my bad.

VERY NICE GETS


 No.644454

>>644448

PROOF THAT YOU HAVE A.D.D.:

I have never said that the 'news articles' aren't about Fentanyl.

I said that the CIVIL MOTION TO BLOCK THE EXECUTION isn't about fentanyl.

AGAIN: you are stupid as shit


 No.644455

>>644444

>throw out the name of our best well poisoning asset Alex Jonestein and hope the shit sticks.

The desperation you're defending a story where 95% of the lines are devoted to fentanyl, as not being about fentanyl, is really amusing to the non-jewish mind.

Just saying.


 No.644456

>>644454

>I said that the CIVIL MOTION TO BLOCK THE EXECUTION isn't about fentanyl.

No one claimed that it is.


 No.644465

>>644227

Fuck!!! Nevada use to hang them. I want live televised executions NOW!!! Firing squad or hanging preferred, right into a pre dug hole throw lime on the body anything else is weak ass.


 No.644467

>>644465

I agree completely….

Or even more entertaining, death by injection(S)

Lots and lots of injections

Of something seemingly innocuous, like dish soap, or cologne….

So many injections, over the course of several days, that it's gone Far Beyond Simple nausea and hallucinations, to the point where it reaches liver and kidney failure, acute toxicity, and eventually… Death


 No.644469

File: 83cdcf2d6180557⋯.jpg (86.18 KB, 640x480, 4:3, wtf.jpg)

>>644269

>The pharma company is pissed becasue who will want their medication once its used to kill someone.


 No.644470

>>644467

No that would be inhumane and boring TV. Brain exploding or neck snap then right into a beer commercial. Cut back to the body into the hole.


 No.644471

>>644464

Andy represses homosexual urges again


 No.644475

>>644283

the Rosenberg were killed for espionage.


 No.644493

>>644233

By that logic really any CNS depressant falls into this category; you are a rube. Midazolam (which will also be used) is prescribed as a sleeping aid and potentially as an anxiolytic. hurrrr 1000 x the dose doesn't matter same drug hurr


 No.644541

>>644227

No need to imply any official drug producer, just take some from the stocks seized by the cops: Death row inmates won't have the after effects of low quality drugs.


 No.644548

>>644343

Stfu you lying faggot, you just want to be part of something


 No.644560

>>644262

>>644307

Who the fuck has oil on tap


 No.644569

>>644227

Why don’t the replace the death panalty with hard labour.

19th century barbarians


 No.644572

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>>644444

Checked!


 No.644573

>>644560

Gas stations selling fuel, which by extension is refined oil.


 No.644575

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>>644227

>A daily dose of fentanyl.


 No.644576

We can't shoot prisoners or otherwise make them bleed because their blood is a bio-hazard due to all the stds they have from sharing needles and gay buttfucking. Simple drowning or hanging will do the trick.


 No.644577

>benzo, fent, muscle relaxers

Oh yeah there ain't no way this guy ain't dying


 No.644579

>>644573

he's talking about propane gas or natural gas you absolute fucking simpleton


 No.644587

>>644227

why these beta homos are not using guillotine, or at least firing squad? too bloody for soyboys?


 No.644600

They give 50 mg of midaz before the fent hes going to be so fucked up he wont even feel the fent rush it will just push him over the edge if he wasnt already from the midazolam


 No.644602

Midazolam is the most pleasureable benzodiazapine and 1mg will have you fucked up


 No.644626

>>644301

you forgot $15 an hour for the cleaning lady.


 No.644628

>>644263

>>644361

Treason falls under federal law, fucktard.


 No.644641

>>644414

t. Opioid addict


 No.644653

>>644414

>breaches the hippocratic oath

Excerpt from the modern version of the oath that any physician today would be taking:

>I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.


 No.644657

>>644628

>Treason falls under federal law, fucktard

This is true. It is a more serious charge than murder.

I was actually charged with treason in my 20s for costing the federal government hundreds of millions of dollars in fines when I released classified information proving they were breaking a state law.

>inb4 storytime

Nah. I rarely tell the story to anyone, and certainly won't here. Suffice it to say that my life has been rough ever since, and would have actually been forfeit if I did not have insurance in the form of serious dirt on several high ranking officials in the intelligence community.


 No.644730

>>644657

>if I did not have insurance in the form of serious dirt on several high ranking officials in the intelligence community

Was this before or after your stint in the navy seals?


 No.644735

>>644653

The new oath is completely meaningless too.


 No.646145

>>644569

>Why don’t the replace the death panalty with hard labour.

>19th century barbarians

You can still be barbaric with that if you use too hard labor: it becomes a slower way to kill


 No.646298

>>644414

Aside from the conspiracy theory part, you're completely correct. This demonization of opioids are both leading to those in pain not being able to get relief, and at the same time forcing oxy addicts to turn to more dangerous heroin instead.




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