With the type of execution methods in use, I'm not certain they would rather be alive if revived afterward. The design is such, as not to leave much room for error. I think 'thorough' is a good description.
Well, I think yes. Since the person already accomplished the sentence. However, if the person did somnething wrong again, then he would be in trouble again. Like anyone else that gets out of prison. Gby
No one has died and come back to life. People have only been NEAR death and revived. Supposed near death visions of tunnels, lights and loved ones is not the result of a person dying. It is the brain being stressed and deprived of oxygen, resulting in hallucinations. Near death visions and experiences can be duplicated in the lab and studied without risk of the person dying. But no the sentence would not change.