HERE ARE SOME MORE INTERACTIVE FOOTAGE ON VARIOUS FORMS OF EXECUTIONS IMPLEMENTED AROUND THE WORLD . MANY OF WHICH ARE STILL CARRIED OUT TODAY . COULD THIS SOON HAPPEN HERE IN THE UK ?
WARNING THESE VIDEOS CONTAIN GRAPHIC FOOTAGE OF REAL EXECUTIONS . SO IF EASILY OFFENDED, DISTURBED OR OF A SENSITIVE NATURE …. AS WITH VISITING LITTLEDEAN JAIL ….. PLEASE DO AVOID VIEWING PARTS 1-6 AS SHOWN HERE
RECENT UK RIOTS ARE DEEMED TO SUPPORT THE NEED TO BRING BACK CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND THE DEATH PENALTY . RIGHT OR WRONG ….YOU DECIDE FOR YOURSELVES ?
TIME TO BRING BACK HANGING ?
A Government source said the crash was caused by pro-hanging groups racing to register on the site. Supporters of capital punishment are desperate to get the 100,000 signatures they need to force MPs to debate and then vote on a return of the death penalty – which was axed in 1965. They are fuming that taxpayers are shelling out millions of pounds a year to keep evil child killers alive in jail. Top of their hit-list is Levi Bellfield, 43, serving life for the kidnap and murder of Surrey schoolgirl Milly Dowler, 13, and the murder of two women. Their campaign to string up Bellfield went into overdrive this week when it emerged that he is suing the Justice Ministry after he was attacked in jail. Pro-hanging campaigners also want to see Sarah Payne’s killer Roy Whiting, 52, meet his end, along with Ian Huntley, 37, who murdered Soham schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in 2002. Commons leader Sir George Young, 70, who heads the e-petition scheme, warned MPs not to ignore public appetite for a Parliamentary debate on the issue. He said it would damage democracy if politicians acted as if the views on hanging “did not exist”. And Tory MP Priti Patel, 40, said a debate was long overdue. She favours restoring capital punishment “for the most serious and significant crimes”. Under the e-petition scheme the public can force MPs to debate any issue that attracts 100,000 signatures. The bid to bring back hanging is being spearheaded by right-wing blogger Guido Fawkes. He said on his website: “Even if we don’t win the vote, we’ll see which MPs put the welfare of child killers above the wider community.”