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runningmp

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Message Posted: Jan 9, 2007 10:04:13 PM

On January 9, 2007 the State of Oklahoma executed Corey Hamilton for the 1992 execution-style slaying of four employees at Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken Restaurant in Tulsa 14 years ago. The four robbers took $2,200 and then forced the victims into the restaurant's walk-in refrigerator on August 17, 1992. They were each shot once in the back of the head.

Justice has been served.

Tulsa Killer Executed For Quadruple Slaying

[Edited by: runningmp at 1/9/2007 10:04:19 PM EST]
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sgm4law
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 9:27:02 PM

<<The whole idea behind using drugs for execution is to make the process look 'clean'.>>

Yeah, that's not working out too well lately.
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 1:47:10 PM

The guillotine is fast as is the firing squad.
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rjhenn
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 12:48:54 PM

The main reason they don't use le guillotine or a firing squad is that too many people are squeamish about blood.

And, of course, the electric chair makes the body convulse, which looks 'cruel'.

The whole idea behind using drugs for execution is to make the process look 'clean'.
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sgm4law
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 9:16:07 AM

It's time for them to stop using lethal injection and use something that actually works the way they expect it to. Why not the guillotine or the electric chair or a shooting squad?

This, of course, does not represent a change in my belief that the government should not be carrying out death sentences, but a recognition that if it does, it should do so without misfires, so to speak, like what happened yesterday in Arizona.
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 7:35:47 AM

"There are 13 countries where the sentence is death if one is convicted of professing atheism. That seems reasonable...LoL"

Maybe we can ship BuZZ to one of them...

[Edited by: XJohnnyVx at 7/24/2014 7:36:04 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 6:14:10 AM


There are 13 countries where the sentence is death if one is convicted of professing atheism. That seems reasonable...LoL
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Jul 24, 2014 6:11:45 AM

The State of Arizona executed Joseph Wood on Wednesday. It took him nearly two hours to die after his veins were injected with a novel combination of two drugs. Wood's last breaths were like "a fish on shore gulping for air," said reporter Troy Hayden.

His slow death is fueling a debate that has kicked up as states look for new drug alternatives for lethal injections.

Did the execution with the new combination amount to "cruel and unusual punishment" and violate his Constitutional rights?

It did, say Wood's lawyers. One of them called it "bungled" and "botched."

The State of Arizona disagrees.

The state corrections department followed protocol in Wood's execution, it said in a statement. It double-checked his "deep sedation" seven times between the time the execution procedure began at 1:52 p.m. local time and the time he was pronounced dead at 3:49 p.m.

It's always sunny in Arizona!
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Jul 21, 2014 6:01:35 AM

Missouri inmate John Middleton has been executed after a series of final hour requests for stays and a delay were rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Triple-killer John Middleton died peacefully at 7:06 p.m. yesterday evening, strapped to a gurney in the Bonne Terre prison’s death chamber after a frantic two-day effort by his attorneys to save his life. Middleton was sentenced to death in 1997, two years after he murdered Alfred Pinegar. He later was sentenced to death for the murders of Randy Hamilton and Stacey Hodge, also in l995.

Justice has been served "Show Me" Style. BooYah!!
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Jul 11, 2014 6:29:34 AM


Twenty years, four months and six days after Eddie Wayne Davis kidnapped, raped and suffocated 11-year-old Kimberly Ann Waters in Lakeland, he died in the state's execution chamber Thursday at Florida State Prison.
It took the state 11 minutes to take his life.

He murmured prayers as the state's execution team prepared to execute him, his eyes darting around the chamber. Leather straps secured him to the table, with his left arm outstretched for the lethal injection.

Despite the last-minute efforts by his lawyers to halt the execution for fear a possible blood disorder combined with the injected drugs would cause Davis extreme pain, he showed no signs of discomfort. Two minutes after beginning the lethal injection, the unidentified execution leader leaned into Davis, appearing to check for consciousness. A minute later, Davis' mouth fell open slightly and he began breathing heavily.

Four minutes after the process began, Davis' breathing grew shallow and he became very still.

At 6:43 p.m., 11 minutes after the lethal injection began and after a physician's examination, the execution leader announced that the sentence against Davis had been carried out.

Another animal put out to pasture. BooYah!!

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Message Posted: Jun 19, 2014 1:05:38 PM

Marking the third execution in 24 hours John Ruthell Henry was put to death for the 1985 stabbing death of his wife and her 5 year old son from her previous marriage.

Two things to remember about this killer, first he was sentenced to 15 years in 1976 for the stabbing death of his girl friend. He was paroled in 1983 after only 7 years. Do the math.

Second the little boy Henry killed was killed at a separate location from his mother's murder. Henry took the boy for a ride, fed him and then killed him after he killed the little boy's mother.


[Edited by: johnnyg1200 at 6/19/2014 1:05:53 PM EST]
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Jun 18, 2014 6:46:55 PM

Two more killers that will never kill again. Again in both cases guilt was not in question.
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Jun 18, 2014 6:15:27 AM

In Georgia, Marcus Wellons, 59, received a lethal injection late Tuesday at a prison in Jackson after last-minute appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court were denied. A corrections official said he was pronounced dead at 11:56 p.m. Eastern time.

In Missouri, John Winfield was executed at the state prison in Bonne Terre by lethal injection at 12:01 a.m. and was pronounced dead at 12:10 a.m., a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety said.

Two animals put out to pasture.
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PopcornPirate
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Message Posted: May 23, 2014 9:09:41 AM

therder
I like the idea of using Heroin.
There is plenty being confiscated.
Why not use it & save the money.
The convict will die anyway.
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therder
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Message Posted: May 23, 2014 1:08:32 AM

I can just imagine the court battles if states started using heroin as the lethal injection drug. Still sounds like a practical idea though.
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therder
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Message Posted: May 22, 2014 11:34:37 PM

I can't understand how lethal injections are botched to begin with. Heroin addicts have been doing it to themselves for a hundred years. Police department evidence rooms across the US are well stocked with heroin. This resource is free, freely available, and, apparently reliable, and in large doses acts much like the drug cocktails: first subduing the subject physically, then arresting their heart and lung functions. The subject feels no pain, and likely dies as in sleep instead of trauma.
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rjhenn
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Message Posted: May 14, 2014 6:46:44 PM

KansasGunman - "The one thing I give credit to the Chinese is in swiftly carrying out the punishment which rather eliminates long drug out appeals."

Doesn't do much for fair trials though.
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rjhenn
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Message Posted: May 14, 2014 6:46:05 PM

SE3.5 - "RJ, I noticed you found it."

Yep, thanks for pointing it out, though I haven't seen anything new there.
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KansasGunman
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Message Posted: May 14, 2014 8:30:54 AM

Works for me and the victim's families...good enough.

The one thing I give credit to the Chinese is in swiftly carrying out the punishment which rather eliminates long drug out appeals.
Cap them in the back of the head with a 9mm.

I especially like the government mandate that the immediate family of the POS being executed is in full attendance, seated in the front row witnessing the execution and then required to take the corpse with them to deal with after being charged the price of the spent cartridge.

Expedient for sure and a whole lot of reduction in cost.

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SE3.5
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Message Posted: May 13, 2014 2:01:30 PM

RJ, I noticed you found it.
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rjhenn
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Message Posted: May 13, 2014 12:15:17 PM

You should provide a link, or at least tell us what category it's under.
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SE3.5
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Message Posted: May 13, 2014 8:30:42 AM

There is a topic called "Topic: 4% of Death Row Inmates Are Innocent". You (plural) should copy and paste some of your comments over there.
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: May 13, 2014 6:33:20 AM

The guillotine has a very high success rate.
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gas_too_high
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Message Posted: May 12, 2014 9:00:48 PM

malcm, I actually agree with you. The simplest way to execute someone, reasonably quickly and with a minimum of pain, without relying on poisons like lethal injection or the gas chamber, or techniques like electrocution or even hanging, all of which can go wrong -- is a good old-fashioned firing squad.

And if the first volley doesn't cause a quick death, a second one can finish the job.

And firing squads leave no potential for third parties to withhold supplies -- unless an opponent of the death penalty corners the market on bullets.

GTH



[Edited by: gas_too_high at 5/12/2014 9:01:34 PM EST]
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malcm
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 1:32:58 PM

Why do we need to get fancy with some drug "cocktail? Keep it simple - a bullet to the skull is immediate and, probably, pain free - certainly more so than the deaths and dismemberments we impose on the young soldiers we send to walk the mined roads in Iraq and Afghanistan.
After all, we passed a sentence of death on the mass murderer, Bin Laden, right? How was it applied? With a BULLET!
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 12:31:10 PM

"kill um all, .. save us money"

A mob leader couldn't have said it any better!
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 9:30:35 AM

robert hendirx lived too long on taxpayer funded expense - imo
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 7:34:48 AM

Time to forget the lethal injection. Go back to public hangings.
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 3:24:42 AM

kill um all, .. save us money
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Message Posted: May 5, 2014 2:39:31 AM

A botched execution can make the people of an entire State criminally liable.
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Message Posted: Apr 24, 2014 6:25:41 AM

Well done for Mizzou and the Sunshine state on a job......done.
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 7:29:09 PM

On 28 August 1990 Elmer Scott (25) was due to testify against his cousin Robert Hendrix in regards to a burglary case that could have gotten Robert 4 years in prison. Rather than face the court Robert went to his cousin’s house the night before and killed Elmer and his wife Susan (18). Elmer was pistol wiped shot and his throat was slit for insurance. Elmer’s wife tried to fight Robert off but also was beaten, shot and stabbed.

Today 23 April 2014 Robert Hendrix was executed by the state of Florida. Justice has been done.


Robert Hendrix executed for brutal Lake killings
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Apr 23, 2014 7:16:01 PM

On September 21, 1993, William Rousan, his son, Brent Rousan, and his brother, Robert Rousan went to the farm of Chuck (67) and Grace (62) Lewis. They intended to steel cattle from the Lewis farm and had discussed killing the couple if they needed to. William who knew the Lewis’s spotted Chuck cutting the grass and waved to him. While Chuck was still on the riding mower he was shot six times. Grace heard the shots and went to investigate and was also shot. She was hit several times breaking both arms but was still alive. She was carried outside and placed on the ground on a garment bag and shot once in the head.

Today 23 April 2014 William Rousan was executed. Justice has been done.

Missouri Executes Inmate for 1993 Farm Slaying
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BuzzLOL
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 1:03:11 PM

. Unfortunately, nothing deters those stoned on drugs or totally drunk from committing crimes, because they aren't thinking that logically...

. What is a shame about the death penalty is that 99% of these same criminals would be different people entirely if simply raised by better parents...
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Apr 18, 2014 8:54:40 AM

The Lone Star State is on a roll.
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Apr 16, 2014 9:37:59 PM

On 22 January 2001 Jose Villegas went to the home of his X-girlfriend, Erida Perez and used cocaine with her. When Erida’s mother returned to the house she told Jose to leave. Jose then went to the kitchen took a knife and killed the mother, his X-girlfriend and her 3 year old son. Each of the victims had between 19 and 35 stab wounds. Jose was seen at the scene of the crime at the time the murders occurred, was caught driving one of the victims cars and admitted to police he had committed the murders. At the time of the murders Jose was on bail for assault of a woman and sexual assault of a child. He was due in court for these crimes on the day of the murders.

Today 16, April 2014 the State of Texas executed Jose Villegas, justice has been done.


Texas executes man for fatally stabbing 3 members of family
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Message Posted: Apr 10, 2014 12:49:34 PM

On 9 April 2014 Texas executed Ramiro Hernandez for the 1997 killing of 49 year old Glen Lich.
Ramiro was in the U.S. illegally and had escaped from a Mexican prison where he was imprisoned for a murder there. Mr. Lich had given Hernandez work on his ranch and a room to stay in. One night Hernandez lured Lich out of his house and beat him to death with a piece of steel rebar. He then entered the house and repeatedly raped Ms. Lich while threatening to kill her daughter and mother who were sleeping in the house.
Texas executes man who escaped Mexican prison, murdered college professor.
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Message Posted: Apr 10, 2014 11:59:22 AM

The death penalty needed to be used in this case......
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Message Posted: Apr 4, 2014 11:05:28 AM

Can we send you Eugene Gall for a proper end to his miserable excuse for a "life" ???
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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Apr 4, 2014 6:18:01 AM

Texas does it right.
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Message Posted: Apr 3, 2014 10:40:05 PM

Serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells, 49, was put to death Thursday in Texas after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his lawyers' demand that the state release information about where it gets its lethal injection drug. Lawyers for Sells contended they needed to know the name of the pharmacy in order to verify the drug's quality and protect Sells from unconstitutional pain and suffering. Does avoiding cruel and unusual punishment mean that it has to be pain free and enjoyable? I think the founding fathers were trying to avoid drawing and quartering, crucifixion, and impaling. Giving someone a heavy dose of sedatives is about as pain-free as you can get.
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BuzzLOL
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Message Posted: Mar 28, 2014 12:09:36 PM

. Bringing back chain gangs/hard labor would be better... Current 'Club Fed' system isn't working, most criminals don't much mind a vacation in a Club Fed... so they eventually get into murder... we need to change their thinking BEFORE they get that hardened... teach them how to be contributing members of society...

. Also, no talking in prisons, inmates only going to learn even worse thinking... inmates should only be allowed to talk to guards and on the phone to people outside of prison who know how to stay out of prison... make the phone calls cheap enough so that they can do that... local calls free... L.D. cheap...
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Message Posted: Mar 28, 2014 1:38:35 AM

johnnyg1200 - "Today 27 March 2014 the State of Texas executed Anthony Doyle for the beating death and robbery of 47 year old Hyun Cho."

And more complaints about sourcing the chemicals. Just put a .22 in the back of the skull.

Or put a few of them in suicide vests and blow them up. That'll probably quiet down those who are objecting to chemical methods.
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Message Posted: Mar 27, 2014 11:45:04 PM

"Good riddance and may he rot in Hell."

Wishing someone "rots in Hell," no matter what they did in life, is just wrong.

"Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." Matthew 7:1-2.

GTH
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Mar 27, 2014 9:38:26 PM

Today 27 March 2014 the State of Texas executed Anthony Doyle for the beating death and robbery of 47 year old Hyun Cho.

2003, Doyle placed an order for delivery with the Chaha Donut shop, disguising his voice and saying his name was Mary. When Cho arrived to deliver the food, Doyle beat her to death with a baseball bat, put her body into a trash can, and attempted to clean the blood from the walls and floor. He took her car, cell phone, and credit cards and drove to meet his friends, to whom he indicated he had murdered someone, stating that he was not “playing” anymore. They attempted to use Cho’s credit cards to make purchases.


Today justice has been done.



[Edited by: johnnyg1200 at 3/27/2014 9:45:59 PM EST]
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2014 8:56:47 AM

"Today Wednesday 26 March 2014 the State of Missouri exicuted Jeffery Furguson more than 25 years after he kidnapped, raped, and murdered a 17 year old girl from the gas station where she was working."

.....

Society would have been far better served had the hospital tossed the maggot into the bio-waste container and kept the afterbirth instead.

Good riddance and may he rot in Hell.
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2014 6:25:45 AM

A little late, but the Show Me State gets it right.
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2014 1:53:49 AM

Today Wednesday 26 March 2014 the State of Missouri exicuted Jeffery Furguson more than 25 years after he kidnapped, raped, and murdered a 17 year old girl from the gas station where she was working.

Evidence against Furguson included eyewitnesses who saw Furguson at the gas station at the time of the abduction, witnesses who saw the victim getting into a vehicle identical to the one Ferguson owned. Ferguson attempted to have his vehicle painted by a friend because it matched the one police were looking for. Jewelry belonging to the victim was turned over to police by the person Ferguson tried to sell it to. Hair matching the victim was found in Ferguson's vehicle. Carpet fibers matching the carpet in Ferguson's car were found on the victim and sperm matching Ferguson was found on the victims cloths, on the victim and in the victim. This only represent some of the evidence used to convict Ferguson.

Ferguson's guilt is not in doubt.

After more than 25 years and twice being sentenced to death justice is done.

Convicted killer Jeffrey Ferguson executed



[Edited by: johnnyg1200 at 3/26/2014 1:55:45 AM EST]
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johnnyg1200
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2014 12:26:11 AM

I am a bit late with this one but here it is.
On Thursday 20 March the state of Florida put the man who killed two people.
Here are the details of the crime.

on November 1, 1987 firefighters and police officers responded to a fire at Cloth World, a fabric store on South Federal Highway in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Inside they found two of the store's employees. Phyllis Harris was tied up in the men's restroom, and Janet Thermidor was on the floor of the women's restroom. Each had been hit in the head with a hammer and set on fire. Phyllis was dead and her body was still burning when she was found. Although suffering from a head wound and burns over more than ninety percent of her body, Thermidor was conscious. After being taken to a local hospital, she told a police officer that after the store closed, she had gone to a back office to count the day's receipts while Phyllis and Robert Lavern Henry, the store's maintenance man, stayed on the sales floor. After first attacking Phyllis and tying her up with cord from the store's shelves, Henry had entered the office, hit Janet in the head, and stolen the store's money. Henry then left the office, but returned, threw a liquid on Janet, and set her on fire as she begged him not to do it, then did the same to Phyllis. Janet said she ran to the restroom in an effort to extinguish the fire. "I don't know why he had to do that to me. He didn't have to do that to me," she said on the taped interview. She died the following morning.

Justice is done.
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2014 9:31:53 AM

"There's no evidence that the death penalty is a deterrent, though it does keep those executed from doing more harm. Much of its failure as a deterrent may be due to the fact that it is rarely implemented, and then only after many years of appeals. "

RJhenn, I agree with that statement...

Death row inmates in the U.S. typically spend over a decade awaiting execution. Some prisoners have been on death row for well over 20 years.

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2ovrpar
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2014 6:33:25 AM

The Lone Star State puts another animal down. Well done!
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