what methods are currently used to kill people and what are the flaws in each?
should states be empowered to take the lives of citizens? when?
there's a possibility the drugs will fail requires a backup
doctors have the oath to do no harm, so no doctors can be used.
can result in painful deaths the short acting anaesthetic is used
IV placement can be wrong
decapitation may result
incorrect height may not work suffocation not quick
different neck sizes, anatomy affects
different countries use different tables unable to produce a perfect chart
don't know how long to shock someone
the effect on the heart can vary stop or fibrulation
synthetic sponges don't conduct, burns from the cap result
very difficult to keep calm stressful
need to cooperate in your own death
an altitude chamber is a good way to euthanize hypoxia feels great difficult to implement
trauma to individuals
55 countries use execution
lethal injection induces unconsciousness, muscular paralytic, then heart stopper
the paralytic feels like fire in the veins
hanging is available in 2 states in USA and some other countries
dropped from a short height