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SCOTUS Allows Execution Of Texas Killer To Proceed

Exterior of the Supreme Court of the United States in glow of early evening setting sun. Located close to US Capitol building in Washington DV, USA US.Supreme.Court_.GettyImages-1167833876-1- Used Oct 4th 2021 Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR
Exterior of the Supreme Court of the United States in glow of early evening setting sun. Located close to US Capitol building in Washington DV, USA US.Supreme.Court_.GettyImages-1167833876-1- Used Oct 4th 2021 Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR

The United States Supreme Court has refused to stop the execution of convicted killer Carl Wayne Buntion in Texas.

Buntion is 77, the oldest man on Death Row in Texas.

He’s been there for three decades and has not been executed yet.

SCOTUS Justice Stephen Breyer penned a short statement questioning the constitutionality of the death penalty because it “subjects death row inmates to decades of especially severe, dehumanizing conditions.”

In reality, execution takes  just minutes.

It’s actually endless legal appeals by attorneys that end up delaying death penalty cases for decades.

 

Exterior of the Supreme Court of the United States in glow of early evening setting sun. Located close to US Capitol building in Washington DV, USA
US.Supreme.Court_.GettyImages-1167833876-1-

Used Oct 4th 2021

Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR


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