Still Looking for Their Strong Suit
“In a rare incident, the head of the accused Barzan Ibrahim al-Hassan was separated from his body during the execution,” al-Dabbagh told reporters.I guess we can rule out math and physics. But at least, according to the Iraqi government spokesperson, Ali al-Dabbagh:
Hangmen gauge the length of rope needed to snap the neck of the condemned but not to create enough force to sever the head.[emphasis mine]
“No one shouted slogans or said anything that would taint the execution. None of those charged were insulted.”Good to know nothing was said to taint this execution.