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Why The Eyes Of The Criminals Are Covered During Execution

According to HPL magazine, one of the most cruel and horrible means of punishing offenders is execution. It is commonly used as a form of punishment for serious offenses.

Executions can be carried out in a variety of ways, including lethal injection, electric chair, head amputation, or hanging.

All techniques of execution have one thing in common: the person being executed is always blindfolded. What good does it do to close one's eyes? Is there any reason to keep it? One of the most cruel and horrible means of punishing offenders is execution. It is commonly used as a form of punishment for serious crimes.

If you've ever witnessed an execution, you've probably observed that the executioners are dressed in some form of disguise. One of the reasons that people who carry out the execution hide their faces is because they do not want to be identified by the public. Some people are afraid of being impacted by their own human emotions if they stare at the face of someone who has been executed.

So, why is it necessary to blind the victim's eyes? One motive is to keep the individual silent because he has no idea what's going on around him, allowing the process to continue without interruption. There are no superfluous movements that may cause the process to be disrupted. This is avoided as a result of this.

Furthermore, because the majority of executions take place in front of witnesses, watching a person's face as they are ready to die is incredibly distressing. The victim's face must be hidden because some of these witnesses are usually family members.

In certain nations, the entire face is covered up to the level of the neck, whereas in others, just the eyes are covered. The subject must remain calm in order for the execution to go smoothly. It will take considerably longer if he loses his cool, and the subject may be subjected to more discomfort than is required.

Even so, I do not feel that capital punishment is the most effective way to deal with criminals; instead, countries should seek out more effective ways. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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