Absent the proper set up this would appear to be just a normal case.
- Warren Hill, an inmate at the time within the Georgia Department Of Corrections, serving a "non-life" sentence - Kills a fellow inmate by bludgeoning him to death with a blunt instrument
- A subsequent trial and conviction sentences him to DEATH
- The State of Georgia goes through the motions by which he is placed on "Death Row" and then is made to await his turn
- Hill's legal defense has determined that Hill is MENTALLY DISABLED and for this cause it is seen as BARBARIC and UNCONSTITUTIONAL for the State of Georgia to render a "State Sponsored Execution" upon a mentally disabled man - under the notion of "Cruel And Unusual Punishment"
If the State Of Georgia is asked to live up to a higher standard of morality by not taking the life of convicted killer Warren Hill, or else face world-wide condemnation (from Progressives) about their savagery - isn't it more logical for Georgia to set up a rendition program by which those who will receive the cover of "mental disability" are placed in the jail cell with convicted killers?
We learned from a US Senate panel a few weeks ago that "Solitary Confinement" is TORTURE. The State can receive cover via its claim that by pairing known killers together they were acknowledging the fact that humans are social animals in need of a fellow human being to keep them sane.
The fact that the partner was insane and later bashed the known killer's head in with a "nail studded board" won't be contested by those who appeased with the us of CIA drones in other parts of the world.