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Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
February 29, 2012
Glad to hear justice was served, I would love to be the one that escorted him on his final walk!!
Tell me again why it took 11yrs to execute?
That's the way is should be ALWAYS...
Eleven years is way too long, but justice is served. Way to go Texas.
My dream scenario would be to line them all up at a wooden fence,arm about a dozen Police Officers with 870 Remingtons,with 00 buck and let then go about their business.Clean,inexpensive,final and no repeat offenders.Now THAT would be justice!!!!
Good riddance POS.
Justice finally served.
Hope he was fully aware of everything, right up until the last ka-thump of his heart.
Way past time for this POS. Let's hope the other members of the "Texas 7" follow suit, and quickly !!!!
Don't mess with Texas!
Swift justice by todays times. The "Big Sleep".
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