Regarding “Inmate sues over execution drug shortage” (News, July 7): Michael Hooper brutally murdered a mother and her two children. He's filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Corrections because the agency doesn't have a “backup” ingredient of a lethal injection solution. His lawyer told how many inmates have suffered excruciating pain during their execution because of improperly administered death-causing drugs. A well-placed round from a 30.06 rifle centered between the eyes would bring death suddenly and without failure.
I'm sure thousands of Oklahomans, including myself, would be more than glad to supply the rifle, the ammo and pull the trigger, free of charge and with absolutely no remorse or regrets. Of course, hanging is less messy and pain and suffering are involved, but who cares!
Kevin Wiyninger, Midwest City
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