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San Andreas State Courts Offical Announcement



Introduction

On August 12th, 2017, the State of San Andreas has concluded it's first execution in a very long time. Mister Daniel Bradford was sentenced to lethal injection at 6:00 PM and injected by Fire Department officials later that day with several officers and Judge Jason Sinclair as witnesses.


Daniel Bradford

Daniel Bradford was a 21 year old male born in Brooklyn, New York, who had endured a troublesome life. He had spent time in prison and jail previously for charges which include attempted murder, and murder of a LEO. His execution was conducted soon after 6:50 PM and he was pronounced dead at 6:56 PM by lethal injection. Daniel Bradford did not have any last words when asked his final resting place was in Green Palms Correctional Facility's medical wing.



In conclusion

The State of San Andreas will not be holding memorial services, however will support mister Bradford's family if they so desire to hold funeral services. The State of San Andreas currently has no plans to be holding any more further executions and has acknowledged the public outcry against the usage of the death penalty. However, let this serve as a warning for any future criminals who engage in murder. We will still consider the death penalty as a viable option.



Signed,
Trial Justice Jason Sinclair


This document was composed and written by Trtial Justice Jason Sinclair and has been approved for release by the San Andreas State Court.


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Comment: Justice was carried out today, it may not always be pretty but non the less sometimes necessary.
 

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Comment : Absolutely disgusting and cruel, shame on the government and shame on the society. It becomes even more disgusting when you realize that they executed him because of murder of a LEO. It makes sense now... fucking pieces of shit.
 

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Comment: An eye for an eye? Doesn't seem like justice to me.
 

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Comment: Don't do the crime if you cannot do the time.
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Comment: There was no time served here. Just an eye for an eye, much similar to the ways criminals work - is this an example us as a state want to set out? This isn't proper justice for the police officer who was killed.
 

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Lee said:
Jane said:
Username: CriminalsBars
Comment: Don't do the crime if you cannot do the time.
Username: NGreenfield
Comment: There was no time served here. Just an eye for an eye, much similar to the ways criminals work - is this an example us as a state want to set out? This isn't proper justice for the police officer who was killed.
Username: ChiefJusticeKing
Comment: Justice was served on this day. Executions are a legal form of punishment in the State and will remain that way. You may disagree however it will not change what the Courts have deemed acceptable.
 

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Zoltan said:
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Comment: Justice was served on this day. Executions are a legal form of punishment in the State and will remain that way. You may disagree however it will not change what the Courts have deemed acceptable.
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Comment: How long was Mr Bradford on death row?
 

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Lee said:
Jane said:
Username: CriminalsBars
Comment: Don't do the crime if you cannot do the time.
Username: NGreenfield
Comment: There was no time served here. Just an eye for an eye, much similar to the ways criminals work - is this an example us as a state want to set out? This isn't proper justice for the police officer who was killed.
Username:CriminalsBars
Comment: I would do the same with my bare hands. Murder on a LEO? He doesn't deserve anything else, brother.
 
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