Striking photos show San Quentin execution chamber being dismantled

By Filipa Ioannou, SFGATE

After Gov. Gavin Newsom announced plans to suspend the death penalty in California via executive order, the governor’s office shared a series of striking photos of the execution chamber at San Quentin — the only place in the state where executions are authorized to occur — being taken apart.

In one of the images, two men carry the chair used to restrain people during lethal injection executions away from the chamber.


Source: SF Gate

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California foolishly abolished the death penalty. Naturally these morons have it all wrong as their justification conveys; “We are Grateful for Gov. Newsom’s bold and courageous stand! Death in response to death brings no healing or restoration to the families of victims or perpetrators, their families or communities.” This is delusional. The death penalty is meant to be “a like punishment that at the very least imparts on the animal being put down an equal or worse level of pain and suffering before they die. Criminal animals play upon the compassion of fools who comically care if the condemned animals… Read more »