Judge Blocks Oklahoma Firm from Selling Execution Drug to Missouri

By Tim Talley | February 13, 2014

  • February 14, 2014 at 2:56 pm
    Scott says:
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    I’m sorry, all you non-death penalty folks, but this is such a crock. The way this killer and his partner tortured, stabbed, raped and killed this young woman, it wouldn’t bother me if he was in a little “pain and discomfort” while being rightfully put to death. The fact his attorney is using a non-disclosure law to prevent this is a travesty of justice.

    You REALLY want the death penalty to be a deterrant? Simple: once a person is convicted of a heinous crime, he/she has 180 days to prove to the contrary via DNA, with costs paid for by the state.

    If nothing is proven otherwise within those 180 days, then they’re put to death on day 181 – period. The fact this guy sat in prison for over 20 years on death row is NOT a deterrant.

  • February 14, 2014 at 3:22 pm
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    “Taylor, 47, pleaded guilty in the 1989 abduction, rape and stabbing death of a 15-year-old Kansas City girl” wonder how much the Atty is making dragging this through the courts at our expense. Perhaps there is a more painful way to let him suffer. I guess someone’s 15 year old daughter suffering from rape and murder doesn’t matter as long as someone is making money off her suffering.

  • February 14, 2014 at 5:25 pm
    jim says:
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    Must be his “pain and suffering” is much more important than that of his victim’s! Ought to drop him out the door of a reserve corps blackhawk helicopter (just another “govt. training run”) in the middle of the atlanltic and save everyone a lot of time trouble and cost. You know….killing two birds with one stone??

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