- Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice(?) of the U.S. Supreme Court
There are two logical explanations for the above quote:
1) He believes only guilty people are on death row, so that luck doesn't lead to execution of an innocent person.
2) He believes that the justice is a game whose outcome depends on luck, and if an innocent person is executed, that's too bad but is not his problem.
The first explanation is delusional, the second is evil.