Guillotines in the U S Update Jan 2014

Guillotine 2

 

I have been reporting since the 1990’s on the planned use of Guillotines against prisoners so as to use their organs for harvesting.  In fact, this video lays out how it appears that 30,000 guillotines are being stored in Georgia and Montana.  In typical Hegelian dialectic they have been showing botched electrocutions.  Thus, there must be a more humane method.  What is  humane about cutting off your head?   Is this too strange to think about?  Is it mere fantasy?  It is written in Georgia state law!

Well, it’s quick and their is zero harm done to the organs.  The State of Georgia has the planned use of guillotines written into law!

They are now perfecting the transplanting of heads!  Imagine the opportunity to put an 80’s year old’s head onto a nice 22 year old’s body!  They have done this to monkeys already. Watch the video below to learn the facts.

 

Georgia House of Representatives – 1995/1996 Sessions
HB 1274 – Death penalty; guillotine provisions

Code Sections – 17-10-38/ 17-10-44

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT

  1- 1  To amend Article 2 of Chapter 10 of Title 17 of the Official
1- 2  Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the
death penalty
  1- 3  generally, so as to provide a statement of legislative
1- 4  policy; to provide for
death by guillotine; to provide for
1- 5  applicability; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other
1- 6  purposes. 

    SECTION 1. 

  1- 8  The General Assembly finds that while prisoners condemned to
1- 9  death may wish to donate one or more of their
organs for
1-10  
transplant
, any such desire is thwarted by the fact that
1-11  
electrocution makes all such organs unsuitable for
1-12  
transplant. The intent of the General Assembly in enacting
1-13  this legislation is to provide for a method of execution
1-14  which is compatible with the
donation of organs by a
1-15  condemned prisoner.

Guillotines on U.S. Soil

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