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Should we shoot them or the head them lets people pre convicted terrorists awaiting execution for the 2002 Bali bombings.
-- challenged the legality of death by firing squad they say they'd rather be decapitated.
Rather than be shot.
You know what it's time for our.
Our weekly visit from doctor Michael Baden Fox News contributor former New York City chief medical examiner and red eyes death corresponded.
He -- cadaver like I know Cadbury is my favorite topic but when he's.
So they say be heading is more humane and in line with the Islamic teachings it's really better way to got.
Well he dived more quickly than by shooting or other ways and that's the whole DOT in the you don't have a physician.
Figured out that out that'll be it -- reviewed team did that yet and beheading is -- can however.
Going up to the sort of going up to DC that's pretty with I think.
That is an amazing yeah it it but the thing is I think he got the the idea death itself makes no matter how you guys irrelevant.
Because you're just you're thinking about it at your program and there's little you can -- get -- -- when you shot how many shots does it take to kill somebody well it depends with a shotgun in his firing squad you figure -- -- rule yet it didn't Jenna.
Oh what we don't have it anymore in this country it -- effectively but five people do the shooting one may have a blank what they have the blank.
Put theoretically so they can go to sleep with a good conscience and -- so you might be to -- it didn't kill the person yet.
-- is net interest and I was found it quite and use because the the executioner.
It has some problems say that that has happened Paris Lydia.
Who when they did -- -- people that the executioners.
I believe they were there -- they come home from mark tell what you they -- how was your day couple lost -- clocked up a couple of and that's what.
Yes -- -- -- and -- -- kept secret yeah I didn't know the names because people in the community might have attitudes what's the worst way to be executed.
I think in mighty -- greetings is drawn and quoted.
And they used to do that England.
That some people committed treason yet and they they hang the person partially put him down on the table.
It would remove his abdominal -- and trails and that it did take out his testes and burn them in front of him while it was still kind Mike Tyson versus so -- -- mandate.
And coming quarters and spread the different parts of around the town.
Oh my goodness that is pretty accomplished it even I have no matter how much I hated somebody I'm just not that energetic.
That's a lot of work -- he didn't really a lot of work but I want to talk but the story this is excites me more than life itself 38 people perished in remote villages in Venezuela.
Doctors said it was run bites from vampire bats -- how long -- it before these people turning to vampires.
Well in Transylvania they turn a vampire but not in.
This part of the world yes but say it's a painful way to died -- causes it but it inflammation of the brain problem and it's interesting because we haven't had a case.
Of rabies in the human.
New York City.
In the -- 5060 years.
That's is that everybody gets their -- I.
-- -- remember about rabies I knew nothing about it is that you from from TV shows you would only Oneida phobia yet what is him.
That that's because of the person gets paralyzed they can't swallow this saliva.
Left fills the mouth out and do you ever get -- ever possible to get like a mild.
Case of -- no no actually.
Rabies is one of those things that.
You we everybody dies yeah.
Unless they get vaccinated really pet store that found the vaccine for rabies and it's very effective if you get bitten.
What's happening those Greg -- are proliferating around the country and -- -- bats in this country raccoon.
An hour -- pattern here being the -- virus public who who it is so the story of Jerry or back from law and order his son in the paper says his stepmother.
Had his late actors of the late actor's eyes shopped out.
On its debt on its debt that is this approach is its proper care if they really shut them out it was lower the organ owning -- yet if the death.
Yeah eyes are important as a donation because.
So many people could be blind that I previously until by taking.
The corneas and yet become very important in giving site to the living today is super right out like -- -- scan scope it's done as a surgical procedure yes and they the doctors physicians will go.
And remove them to surgically just seems to.
-- insinuation in the article but the death was somehow excelled at accelerated but they let it happen because the -- bank one of those guys do you buy those theories are.
-- that was a concern.
Fifty years ago when donations started it.
Everything but hospitals very careful to make sure the person is dead dead yeah -- there's any donation what do you yet but you don't have to mean what if there's you could help them live and what you rather let them die -- -- -- a -- at this stage and then in the the United States.
What you want or or Terry or back I seems like eight years old to ice age differently than the rest of the lost some people have good -- When they die in some down the because the corneas are very clear you can use corneas.
And it's amazing how -- people a blind because the corneas are.
Well pacified and you get you -- -- all done and here's your back into the Italian business you can see what Jerry were back sort.
Exactly only got that big a great movie.
Well I only have eyes for you doctor.
We've got to move on a bit of bluster until until the next thirty minutes.
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