BREAKING: This State Just Brought Back EXECUTION BY FIRING SQUAD

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After constant bitching from the left that it’s unfair and cruel to use lethal injections of drugs such as sodium thiopental and potassium chloride to inmates who have been sentenced to death for their crimes, one state has decided to kill these murderers the old fashioned way- by FIRING SQUAD! HELL YEAH!

Utah was the last state to executive an inmate by firing squad – Ronnie Lee Gardner in 2010.

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Utah is set to execute three inmates by firing squad for the first time since the method was reinstated back in 2015 by Gov. Gary Herbert.

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Taberon Dave Honie, Troy Michael Kell, and Ralph Leroy Menzies are all current death row inmates who have opted to die by firing squad.

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The three condemned, Taberon Dave Honie, Troy Michael Kell, and Ralph Leroy Menzies, all opted for the firing squad instead of the more traditional lethal injections. They are all guilty of murder, with Honie also guilty of raping his ex-girlfriend’s mother in front of her grandchildren. Although execution dates have not been set, many of them have been imprisoned for several decades.

Lawmakers have argued firing squads might be the cheapest and most humane method.

“The prisoner dies instantly. It sounds draconian. It sounds really bad, but the minute the bullet hits your heart, you’re dead. There’s no suffering.”

Utah’s reintroduction of the firing squad comes in the middle of a national debate over the death penalty. The method was brought back in part because of a nationwide shortage of lethal injection drugs after several companies said they would stop selling them to states using them for capital punishment, Heat Street reports.

Earlier this month, Arkansas pledged to execute eight of its inmates on death row before a sedative it uses for executions expires. As of Friday, four have been killed.

In March, the Utah Department of Corrections released part of its technical manual for the execution process.  In it, the state outlines how individuals who volunteer to be in the firing squad must first complete three rehearsals, be licensed law enforcement officers and pass a firearms proficiency test.

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Oklahoma and Utah are the only two states with a firing squad option for death row inmates. Lawmakers in Oklahoma also introduced a method where the condemned wears a mask that is pumped with nitrogen gas until the inmate dies from oxygen deprivation.

Both Wyoming and Missouri have discussed firing squads, but those efforts stalled.

Other states, including Mississippi and South Carolina, have introduced bills to bring back older methods, like the electric chair.

Personally I think that the firing squad is a great way to go.

It’s cost effective and virtually foolproof.

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