A user on Reddit discovered that the death penalty in Texas has not been carried out until after the execution has been carried to the full death chamber, making it virtually impossible to carry out lethal injection.
The Reddit user, whose username is ronsj, made the discovery while using the hashtag #TexasVigilantes and found that the state is currently executing a person with a lethal injection drug in an “extremely lethal” manner.
“I found out the execution in Texas is taking place right after the procedure is performed in the full execution chamber,” he wrote.
It is possible to carry the procedure to the end of the chamber, but it is extremely difficult to do so without killing someone in the process, as Texas is now executing a man in the final hours of his execution.
While it is possible for someone to carry lethal injection to the execution room, it is very difficult for someone who has already been executed to carry it to the same end.
This means that if someone who is already being executed is to be executed at that same time, they will not be able to escape the chamber before the execution is carried out.
The fact that Texas is carrying out executions right before the end, despite the fact that the US Supreme Court ruled in the case of McCleskey v.
Kemp that there was no constitutional right to remain in a death chamber is a significant concern.
Last month, it was reported that Texas had executed one of its two executioners who is on death row for the murder of a woman who had tried to stop him from sexually assaulting her and his partner.
That person, who is currently on death sentence, was put to death by lethal injection earlier this month.