Anyway, I have to agree with Faurisson. On the other hand, when the subject is alive, the problem becomes formidable, because the body is entirely impregnated and permeated with a virulent poison. It is for this reason that an execution gas chamber is so complicated... One can well imagine the formidable dangers which the piles of corpses would constitute, be they inside a shed, a house, or a so-called Nazi "gas chamber".
The bodies of cyanide victims are not "entirely impregnated and permeated" at all. See my answer to Faurisson's nine-word challenge. And that is NOT what makes executions "so complicated" either. What makes executions rather complicated is that they are intended to do much more than simply kill someone. They also provide a show of sorts for the witnesses who must be kept safe as they watch--and they must also appear to kill the victims quickly with little appearance of suffering.
Hangings, for example, traditionally are also extremely complicated with tall, carefully and solidly constructed scaffolds, so as to allow the victims to drop and break their necks rather than strangle slowly. But to argue, therefore, that one cannot kill by simply suspending lots of victims by the necks from ordinary tree limbs is ridiculous. And yet, that is essentially Faurisson's argument.
Faurisson also insisted in 1994 that mass murder with poison gas was simply "impossible" because the ventilating fan could not be made large enough to ventilate all the bodies. COOKOO!
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