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Televised Executions

May 12, 1991

We will agree to having executions televised, provided that the manner in which the victim met his/her death is also televised in the same broadcast.

The portrayal of the victim's death will be an "enactment" of how the convicted murderer committed the murder, along with pictures of the victim taken by the coroner at the death scene or where the body or body remains were found.

This will let the public know that execution is "humane" when compared to the manner in which the murderer committed the private execution of his victim(s). It's time for victims and their families to receive the same protective rights as do the criminals!

DWIGHT & LOLA STAPLEY, Garden Grove

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