Friday, May 31, 2019

Rhines will finally be allowed to die

How is the price of putting people to death either conservative or sustainable? The litigation costs of trying capital crimes persuaded Nebraska to rethink state-sponsored killing.
The state of South Dakota on May 14 filed a motion for a warrant of execution of Charles Russell Rhines, who was convicted of first-degree murder and third-degree burglary in the 1992 stabbing death of a doughnut shop employee in Rapid City during a botched robbery. The hearing on the motion is scheduled for June 25 at 10:15 a.m. in the Pennington County Courthouse before Judge Robert A. Mandel, according to the Attorney General's office. [Sioux Falls Argus Leader]
Pope Frank, the head of the Roman church just released a diktat stating that sect's revulsion of capital punishment putting Attorney General, former altar boy and suspected incel Jason Ravnsborg's soul at risk to eternal damnation but $20 says Jason would just love to dispatch a handcuffed Charles Rhines with a shotgun blast to the abdomen just like someone did for Rich Benda.

A state-ordered lethal injection isn't criminal justice; it's suicide by cop and it’s the view of The Dakota Progressive that anyone convicted of any felony requiring incarceration should be able to ask for a death with dignity rather than living a life of Hell in the South Dakota State Penitentiary or in a Colorado Supermax.

Charles Rhines will finally be allowed to die.

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