> But anyway, supposing they had been put in a more brain-preserving cryonic
> suspension - and this may not be a hypothetical question, since Hussein,
> Milosovich, or any other dictator could hypothetically undergo suspension -
> then when revival is possible, should we revive them to put them on trial
> for crimes against humanity, then execute them?
Sounds like a fate worse than death... and it also sounds like an excellent way
to remind Milosovich and his ilk that their crimes may not go unpunished. Thanks
for the new angle on this old subject.
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