posted on Jan, 6 2007 @ 07:41 PM
I believe it was good that he was executed personally- but that's irrelevant.
I believe the OP is implying that by focusing on the unprofessionalism of the execution, it lessons people focusing on "was it ok that he was
executed?" and discussion of this sort.
Think "usedcarsalesman"- they like to focus on how big and powerful the engine is instead of "oh yeah... by the way the car was in a felony robbery
and was damaged after a cruiser fishtailed it... still interested?"