MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Opposition Senator Bam Aquino has done it transparent clear that he was against the reimposition of collateral punishment in the Philippines.
Pro- death chastisement legislators, however, have been trying to find a concede with Aquino in sequence to pierce brazen with the stalled Bill. Well, they finally got what they wanted.
Aquino has just filed an amendment to the due Death Penalty Bill by adding a sustenance that should collateral punishment be backed in the country, execution should be in the form of an electric chair.
Not just any electrict chair, but a yellow-painted electric chair just like Alabaman’s famed ‘Yellow Mama.’
Yellow Mama is the nickname given to Alabama’s electric chair, which was used for executions from 1927–2002.
First commissioned at Kilby State Prison in Montgomery, Alabama, the chair acquired its yellow tone when embellished using highway-line paint from the adjacent State Highway Department lab. The chair was built by a British invalid in 1927 and was first used to govern Horace DeVauhan that same year.