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There are different kinds of executions for those that are guilty of murder In the United States the death penalty is authorized by hanging electrocution gas chamber firing squad or lethal injection Most other nations use hanging firing squad and stoning These executions have been done to those that are on death row Executions are costly therefore there are many guilty people on death row awaiting their execution Hundreds of women and men are on death They are all waiting for their execution dates Each month the warden receives orders from the superior court judges with execution dates To be executed there is an order with your name and execution date Five days before execution a guard stands to watch you twenty-four hours a day outside the cell The night before the execution a guard stops by the prisoners cell every hour and a look in at the person then writes down what he see in a logbook Also a prisoner that will soon be executed can ask the guard to give him or her books writing material telephone or headphones connected to a television set or radio Before the execution the wardens drop by to settle the final details The menu for the last meal statement by the prisoners for release to the media after execution and the name of the vie witnesses he or she would want to view his or her death All the prisoners are locked up in their cells the day after execution Hanging was one of the first methods used for execution This method is still used today but its not very common Hanging is done by placing a rope or cord around the neck from a frame with a crosspiece commonly known as a gallows Death by hanging is painful and fast because the spinal cord gets damaged Being hanged is very difficult Many things start to go on in your mind You start choking and turning
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