Prisoners on death row should be given the choice to postpone their execution in exchange for being experiemented on in a non-painful manner.What do you think of this idea?
death sentence in law means that country is backwarded banana state
>>13889421Gives your owners and programmers even more incentive to incriminate innocents, to invent arbitrary laws, and to give disproportionate punishments.
>>13889431Based. Fucking throw the innocent normies in jail and experiment on them. Might as well.
>>13889421I agree, but I think they shouldn't choose.If you have taken lives, now you will be used to save lives. It's fair. You belong to science now.
>>13889661I am conducting a survey to scientifically assess how a certain demographic responds to the idea presented in the OP.
>>13889424We should bring back hanging.
>>13889467You're a normie.>but me postz on 4chan.Ye, what a fucking normie trash place.
>>13889771Nope, I just wouldn't go. I'm extraordinary. My mommy even says so. So there
>>13889648what if it later turns out the person was innocent all along?
>>13889814Oh well, a drop in the bucket, they probably had it coming anyway
>>13889814Well in that case it turns out that the scientists who carried out the experiments committed illegal acts and are then put on death row.It's the cycle.
>>13889661About as scientific as forcing someone to take a vaccine under threats that they will not be allowed to work, travel, or go shopping if they refuse.
>>13889814Massive reparation payments. That individual will become a multi-millionaire
>>13889421Hasn't that already happened before?
>>13890069A lot of shit was done to military prisoners
>>13889424>wanting to spend finite resources to keep rapists and murderers aliveLiterally why?
>>13889421no, perverse incentive, also why they should not donate organs. Its an incentive to kill innocent people
>>13889826so why punish any killer then? The victims likely had it coming
>>13889829what if it later comes out that the original verdict was correct?
>The male cadaver is from Joseph Paul Jernigan, a 39-year-old Texas murderer who was executed by lethal injection on August 5, 1993. At the prompting of a prison chaplain he had agreed to donate his body for scientific research or medical use, without knowing about the Visible Human Project. Some people have voiced ethical concerns over this. One of the most notable statements came from the University of Vienna, which demanded that the images be withdrawn with reference to the point that the medical profession should have no association with executions, and that the donor's informed consent could be scrutinized.>>13889421China experiments on you and executes you. Sometimes in reverse order.