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Rogue President Summarily Executes Six, and Another Two to Life in Prison.

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Rogue President Summarily Executes Six, and Another Two to Life in Prison.

 

"The military tribunal had gone on for 18 days, and the judges worked through the weekend to reach their verdict. They sent it on Monday to the president, who determined the penalty.

 

Six of the eight defendants were condemned to death - the sentence the president had said he wanted even before the trial began - while the other two received long prison sentences.

 

To ensure there was no attempt to appeal, the eight accused and their lawyers were kept in the dark until the following Saturday morning, when Provost Marshal Gen. Albert L. Cox went from cell to cell accompanied by a chaplain. By then, their time was almost up. The executions began at one minute past noon; at 1:04 p.m. the last of the six was pronounced dead. They were buried secretly in a potter's field at Blue Plains in Southwest Washington three days later..."

 

- Franklin Delusional Roosevelt -

Democrat National  Socialist

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22 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

More fairy tales from blue devil. Lol

 

Ex Parte Quirin Case.

 

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...like these.

 

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Rogue President Summarily Executes Six,

and Another Two to Life in Prison.

 

"The military tribunal had gone on for 18 days, and the judges worked through the weekend to reach their verdict. They sent it on Monday to the president, who determined the penalty.

 

Six of the eight defendants were condemned to death - the sentence the president had said he wanted even before the trial began - while the other two received long prison sentences.

 

To ensure there was no attempt to appeal, the eight accused and their lawyers were kept in the dark until the following Saturday morning, when Provost Marshal Gen. Albert L. Cox went from cell to cell accompanied by a chaplain. By then, their time was almost up. The executions began at one minute past noon; at 1:04 p.m. the last of the six was pronounced dead. They were buried secretly in a potter's field at Blue Plains in Southwest Washington three days later..."

 

- Franklin Delusional Roosevelt -

Democrat National  Socialist

fdr-poster.jpg

 

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