Friday, March 3, 2017

Class Action Claim by Prisoners on Death Row Forced to Die of Natural Causes by Delaying Tactics of Defense Lawyers and of Appellate Judges

More than 90% of us will die a prolonged, painful, and humiliating death, preceded by loss of many functions. And, we have not killed anyone, nor been convicted of any crime.

The use of ipse dixits, expressions of false feelings, and inappropriate hyperbole by the lawyers, in arguments against the death penalty serve to churn up controversy. The latter is to sustain the lucrative death penalty appellate business. It is in bad faith.
I would like to see a reverse litigation. The rent seeking lawyer has delayed the execution so long, that most condemned die of natural causes, the above prolonged, painful, and humiliating death mentioned above.
So, the murderer of little Jessica died of anal cancer after prolonged torments by the medical profession, including diagnostic procedures, surgeries, chemotherapy. His estate should have sued the appellate lawyers and judges for a wrongful death. They caused his horrifying torments. They did so with knowledge of his cancer and its agonizing and humiliating consequences. This finding should subject these cruel and greedy lawyers to exemplary damages for malice. To deter.
I know the rent makes the lawyer cruel, heartless and inhuman. Given a choice, anal cancer and its medical management or the firing squad, which would each of the lawyers here pick for themselves or for a loved one.
I would support an aggregate claim by all condemned prisoners who died of painful natural causes as a result of the appellate lawyer's irresponsible obstruction of the death penalty for wrongful and horrifying death by natural cause. The claim would be by the class of condemned prisoners against the classes of appellate lawyers nd and of appellate judges. The self dealt immunities of the judges would violate the due process rights of the plaintiffs, and violate any state constitution provision granting access to the courts.

No method of execution comes close to the cruelty of the natural deaths of death row inmates. Appellate lawyers and judges should be deterred.

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