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American murderers – come to Britain for an easy life

There has been a load of bleating by the usual professional hand-wringers and chattering classes about so-called “botched executions” in the US. These executions have been called “botched” because instead of having a peaceful death, the convicts suffered some pain before they died.

Though, while our hand-wringers bleat and moan, many in the US can’t see what the problem is. As American stand-up comedian, television host, political commentator, satirist, author and actor Bill Maher said, “Stop calling it a botched execution – the guy’s dead, isn’t he?”

But if you want to murder someone in the US and you don’t want to be at the receiving end of a “botched execution” then you shouldn’t kill someone in any of the 32 states with the death penalty. Just go to one of the 18 states which have abolished the death penalty. For example, mass murderer Charles Manson was convicted during a period when California had abolished the death penalty (it was later reinstated) and not only was he not executed, but he got numerous TV and press interviews, a film made about him, a new wife and groups including Guns N’ Roses even recorded some of his songs. In fact, his many murders gave him the recognition and success he had been wanting all his life.

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But if you are an American murderer and are stupid enough to kill someone in one of the 32 states with the death penalty, then why not come to Britain? After all, under the European Convention of Human Rights, Article 1 states ‘Human dignity is inviolable. It must be respected and protected‘. And Article 2 states ‘Everyone has the right to life. No one shall be condemned to the death penalty or executed‘.

There’s no mention of the ‘human dignity’ or the ‘right to life’ of the people who are murdered.

So murderers, if you come to Britain, you can never be extradited so long as you are under the threat of execution. Hey presto! No “botched execution” for you, however much your miserable, violent, poisonous existence deserves to be ended.

And should you also decide to murder someone while in Britain, well don’t worry too much. If our useless politically-correct police can be bothered to catch you, you’ll be sentenced to a few years in prison but will only have to serve half your term. And while you’re in prison, British taxpayers will happily pay over £40,000 a year to ensure you have three meals a day (adapted to whatever religious or other dietary requirements you may have), use of exercise facilities, TV, marital visits, free medical care and many other comforts.

Murderers, killers, rapists – come to Britain. You know it makes sense.

1 comment to American murderers – come to Britain for an easy life

  • Bernard from Bucks

    “And Article 2 states ‘Everyone has the right to life. No one shall be condemned to the death penalty or executed‘.”
    I think someone should mention this to our Police.
    When I was young, seventy years ago, I don’t recall the Police shooting anybody, but now they seem to act as Judge, Jury and Executioner. It would be interesting to know if the number of annual fatal shooting by the Police, was available, say, over the last fifty years?

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