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PolyNerdic Review: Death Sentence

Written by Monty Nero, Death Sentence tells the story of a world turned on its head by the sexually transmitted G+ Virus.  Those who contract this virus experience heightened intelligence and energy, a surge in creative impulses and empowering emotions such as hope and a rapid increase in sex drive.  206 more words

The Thin Blue Line

Released:  1988

Cast:  Randall Adams, David Harris

SUMMARY:  This film is a documentary detailing the crime and court case surrounding Randall Adams.  Some reenactments are used in the film, but most of the story is told by those associated with the case. 678 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Electricity

Midnight? At least they try to be poetic about it. They try to sprinkle poetry as if to wash the guilt off their hands, they try to make a loaf of bread sweeter by spreading margarine all over it, but a fact is a fact, it is an execution and I am the condemned. 1,330 more words

Life And People

Lethal

Welcomes the end
Strapped upright
Fastened real tight
Time now suspends
Secured for a show
Through a window
Procedures begin
Heart palpitations
Hyperventilation
Onlookers cringe
Justifying his sins

Poem

Why the Death Penalty is Not Worth the Cost

Why do states take part in handing down death sentences? The most common answer to that question is the eye for an eye argument, meaning if someone kills another person then the offender deserves the same treatment that the victim received. 1,264 more words

Analysis

Bardo Re-Sentenced to Life in Prison

WILKES-BARRE — The death sentence of a man serving time for the murder of his 3-year-old niece was officially overturned Tuesday in Luzerne County.

Michael Bardo was convicted in 1993 of raping and killing Joelle Donovan the year before. 543 more words

News

Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult ; Of Gnosticism, Capital Punishment and the Heaven Within.

June Nealon has lost her second husband and her 7 year old daughter to a supposedly cold blood murder coated with a sprinkle of sexual abuse. 660 more words

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