If the administration is already covering up surveillance info from Congress (with their "least untruthful" answers), not sure why we'd assume that Congress is anything like fully informed on remote executions. Which would make it awfully hard to say Congress has any hand in protecting people.
That would help with one part of the problem. The part I was looking at was the executives who run the large corporations. They aren't looking long-term because they can earn many times more than enough money to live on for the rest of their life (even living a quite-lavish lifestyle) in only a few years.