The prisoners electric fit

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Some of you are here for obtaining property under false pretenses — yet I pick up a great Sunday paper and read the advertisements of a merchant prince — “Shirt waists for 39 cents, marked down from $.”

Kentucky 's electric chair , known as "Old Sparky", is located at the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville, Kentucky . It was first used on July 8, 1911; the first inmate to die in the chair was James Buckner, convicted of killing a police officer several weeks earlier. [10] On July 13, 1928, Kentucky set a record by electrocuting eight men in its chair, each immediately after the other, more than any other state has electrocuted in a single day. The state has decommissioned the electric chair except for those whose capital crimes were committed prior to March 31, 1998 and choose death by electrocution rather than death by lethal injection . Prior to this legislated date, 163 deaths had occurred in Kentucky's electric chair. The last such execution by electric chair occurred on July 1, 1997, when convicted murderer Harold McQueen was executed in it.

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Anyone with access to the internet can search the PPD for prisoners’ information ― ethnicity, age, occupation, reason for arrest. Many of those detained were arrested for multiple reasons ― for simplicity’s sake, only the first reason is shown in the visualization above. The website doesn’t track visitors or store personal information unless a user volunteers it. Between July 2015 and July 2016, the database received nearly 150,000 requests for prisoner information. Most years, the bulk of these come from the . Between July 2014 and July 2015, China was the top source of requests for the first and only time.

The film opened in fifth place grossing $2,308,797 its opening weekend playing in a total of 907 theaters at its widest point. However the film was a box office failure, grossing only $5,009,305, far below its $25,000,000 budget. The film also received generally negative reviews with a 16% "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 19 reviews. [3] Teri Hatcher's performance earned her a Golden Raspberry Award nomination for Worst Supporting Actress.

It’s not just Canada that generates transplant tourists to China. On the other side of the world, at about the same time, an Israeli doctor had a patient who also needed a transplant.

This statistic shows . prison chaplains estimations of the percentage of inmates belonging to different organized faiths and religions as of 2011. Chaplains ...

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