Last Words of an Offender on Death Row

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    Last Statement - Napoleon Beazley

    Some tidbits:

    The Offender: Napoleon Beazley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Thoughts?
     
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    He had plenty of time to think up neat stuff to say.
     
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    Sounds like Justice to me. Isn't it just so easy to claim later you are a changed person? He committed the crime. He was properly tried and sentenced in a Court of law. He was given his appeals and lost.
     
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    I do believe he was questioning whether the Death Penalty itself truly was justice.
     
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    He should have committed that crime in arkansas, as a 17 year old Huckabee would have commuted his sentence.
     
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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQeVIJ8e_z8[/ame]
     
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    in 94 he killed a man....in 2002 he is put to death....he got 8 years more than the man he killed...pity it took so long to kill him....
     
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    I am glad he is dead. It should not have taken so long.
    The only last sounds we should listen to from a convicted killer is
    "OOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW Thaaaaaaaaat huuuuuuuuurts!!!!!!"
    Too bad lethal injection is so humane.
    I quote Sherriff Arpio;
    "It might be cruel and unusual punishment, but if we did it more often, at least it wouldn't be unusual."
     
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    My advice? The last guy you want to quote is Sheriff Arpaio.
     
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    Well isn't that special!

    There are a lot of people who abuse their bodies with drugs, alcohol, smoking, and/or ignoring their medical problems...then when they are on their death bed, they wonder why they are dying after making such an effort to clean up their act.

    The answer is: sometimes you have to pay now for your mistakes in the past.
     

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