Something's been bugging me subconsciously about the series of images.
1) The first two Polaroids seem to show a crime committed as an act of passion, which under US law would make the green-shirted guy eligible to be charged for "voluntary manslaughter
", not "first degree murder", which is premeditated. It's not something you'd even be sentenced to life imprisonment, much less executed for. Unless I'm misinterpreting the story told in the images.
2) The electric chair is almost never used these days unless the condemned himself requests it -- lethal injection is the default method of execution.
I realize that the developers are based in the UK, and may not be familiar with US law, or they might see a lot of sensationalized accounts of executions in the US, but just thought I'd put this out there.