Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Convicted Kansas City Killer Saved From Pending Execution Over Dementia Claim

Long-awaited justice won't happen today given this last minute legal move . . . Take a look:

Judge halts execution of man convicted of gruesome Kansas City murder because he has dementia

A jury decided he should be put to death in the killing of 16-year-old Jennifer Long in Kansas City, Missouri. But in a 1986 decision, the Supreme Court ruled the Constitution prohibits executing someone who can't understand why they are being executed.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Moral: fast track the expensive appeals process so murderers can be executed while they can still remember what they did.

Anonymous said...

Another white male murderer. They are always the original plague on humanity.

Super Dave said...

Oh he had plenty of time to know what he was dying for. He hasn't had dementia all his life. "there’s no question he’d suffer “irreparable harm” said the Judge.

What about the harm he committed on a 16 year old girl?

Anonymous said...

Kill that fucker. He won't remember it anyway.

Anonymous said...

^^what about the harm you do to our collective intelligence simple dave?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^STFU asshole, you don't have any collective intelligence to begin with.

Anonymous said...

^^Ha ha! Simple dave. Knocked the fuck out. As always. Ever.