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who are actually interested in knowing you and helping you. the state of ohio says the new drug combo used to execute dennis mcguire in january worked properly but is increasing the dosage of the set of painkiller cocktail for future executions his family claims the state used mcguire as an experiment but the state says mcguire was killed humanely. their official position is that nothing went wrong. and they created a reports of sorts basically said everything was constitutional. was unconscious the whole time so i didn't experience anything. because they're all medically qualified to be able to opine on that. i don't know yet what we're going to have to do if anything when executions resume. it's not clear what that's going
to be. this afternoon next to push through legislation that would try to pull the curtain over any information about who was involved in this. the idea that we could just lawlessness regardless of how people feel about that. what the legislature is doing with the secrecy stuff should just piss people off. thinking. this is what is your position in this situation it's a court order. google decision sees roll over their vision statement is brotherhood
instead this is the. second request for the world this is a google. killing mr rhodes is not going to bring my daughter back and i'm holding on tight to my other two children it's like you. and i don't like to see them going through this. a murderer go to go over there forever changed your life and forever change your other daughter full of. yourself while it is for our change the relationship you had with those three are stupid of course but it's gotten worse. when if this would be over with in the state would accept the offer we can focus on getting it all back together that's the point i'm trying to stress to you i don't care about james or rose i don't care about the public defender's
office i shouldn't have to be sitting up here going through what i'm going through i feel like you're attacking me we're supposed to be on the same side here. this is not about me this should be about shelby fair the victim has everybody forgotten about the victim. here doing what we feel is appropriate based on the fractional that's all we can. never lets me are sympathetic to. it is a discussion let's see if there's a law that says. all the law says that these. are three rivers. he knows what he did is wrong he's not arguing that he didn't do it he's ready to go do his time he says he's been ready yeah two years over two years it was like
almost six months when y'all first came out to us and and told us about it's all been so unnecessary you know the stick gets to pick and choose which cases they seek death on the state of health holds the power in their fingers to make this go away to morrow they could we could put him on the calendar do the plea and its job . i'm on you know make three years shall be when. i knew i had to find it in my heart to forgive this person that took my daughter's life away. for my sake for my health. ever mentioning. i don't think it again easier but it will get more bearable but as far as that. and i've been through with this date attorney's office i'll never get . in the country
five or more death sentences between twenty and twenty fifty of them right here in florida that's according to. project. overly aggressive prosecutor. angela corey is the chief state attorney here she has the final say over everything and bernie is like her right hand man and victims of crime but as long as they know that there will always be prosecutors fighting for the truth. to. continue to rely on this justice system. the stubbornness the same me it's like i refused to allow her to get again over my daughter's death and now that she's running for office and all this political stuff. she needs to
to work the rest of my life. then i'm going to do something i like doing. i don't see this as. i see it as an office. and. i do have a lawsuit going against the state but kind of like my trial. is really not much to do about it you know. all i can do now is wait and see what's going to happen with this. i am hoping that i can get some compensation something to retire with you know let's face it there's there's there's not much security for me i mean i'll be forty one someday. so. you know i'm going to be working for a very long time. the
prisons department announced today that the state is putting off the execution the reason is the state's problems with getting a hold of lethal injection drugs. twenty fifteen nobody's going to die in ohio. the execution and if you would have told me that you know two or three years ago when i was staring at the execution scheduled it was you know every sixty days. that are. the changes that have been made to the execution schedule it's meant that i have a little bit more time with my family and right now that's been pretty invaluable. it was nice as the first delivery where he was in that somewhere else both mentally and physically he now worrying about work or impending execution so it's a nice break. but i have to object i was physically both of the other births.
who were doing paperwork but i was there physically present yet my mom was knocking me on the path that a lot you were working right but i was there with me. the variable. this is an election twenty sixteen special the state attorney job eight for the first time in. northeast florida voters are getting ready to make a choice about the area's top prosecutor the incumbent state attorney angela corey has gained national attention prosecuting several high profile cases which have also made her old lightning rod for criticism no two of her former prosecutors are challenging her saying it's time for a change tonight all three make their case on to ensure that. we are fifty six percent more likely to have violent crime in this community than across the
nation unfortunately over the last eight years the decisions and actions rhetoric and explanations of angela corey ever rode in our communities confidence in our justice system i will not apologize for being tough on the violent criminals who are preying on this community to being tough on them we have sent more people to state prison and put more people on death row in any other circuit in the state of florida when you combine those two things. do you think that the health law respect. i think she would be fair. and taking consideration the family's wishes i support her one hundred percent. i hope she wins. you hear. comments this morning on the radio. and i have to be honest with you i was out of town i
drove in town i left after court monday ok i did something along the lines of hearing more about this helpless to. just be a match i can't i can't believe she said that i'm fighting for what i feel is right and as far as these political comments that she's making angela corey made it political when she refused to take it off. on that just upsets me what else did she say it is a constitutional duty to consult with the victim but the victim does not tell the state attorney what sentence should be imposed in the case we give their feelings great weight and we have done that with the very. darlene farrow who appears to be more interested in public city in actually grieving for her daughter why stir that case that case is still pending are you. to continue to present mitigation as we do
in every single case why is that case been plucked out is easy we talked to cory after she made her comments on the radio she stands behind what she said because we have so many victims who have suffered just as much as. you sit quietly and wait for justice trusting us to. you don't do stuff like that. but whatever that is how we felt in the situation. can tell me how i feel should i got the right one this time. what you see today in the united states is the debate there is
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i didn't really expect to have much of a role in life considering what i've been through because people just know. i went to georgia for a conference gathering saw her there on my own ok i got to talk to her. we started talking and. we've been talking ever since. then stab us and yet find well i just we connect and read all about we connect which is right in front of you know really and that a lot but you don't really know her first year anniversary it was like well where do you want to go i've read buffy and i want to bring up
a science i'm reading out here and this is about as close to alcatraz as i want to get and. yes don't worry yeah i think that. their headline of the article is state attorneys challenging former death row inmate requests for wrongful conviction compensation. so he must affirmatively prove by clear and convincing evidence that he did not commit the crime or any other crime. based on the same set of facts one of the crown must also have committed. what a bunch of jack. ass i just don't get it man it's ridiculous does it really hurt them that much to say look. we we got the wrong guy. east primary day in election twenty six two thousand. soldiers head to the polls to cast their ballots in several key races that will decide the future of our country if you have yet to vote.
bernie's gone to fanciulla or even the right. to have been there i don't and i hope so because i'll be doubleday can't accept that he's causing a lot of excitement we're just minutes away knowing more about election twenty sixteen i just pray to god we have a new prosecutor personally when we'll have more risk or a respect for victims' families in the street a lot better and it's not just happened and my family this is terrible for. angela corey and it looks like. oh my god. oh my god the hairs on my arms this day and oh why.
oh here it is break in there's a can you turn it up. going to cry girlfriend could not come back to the top of the last. go. i want you to know something democrat republican independent black white rich or poor i am committed to serve all of you in this community equally and shinai this victory gives voice to what our community expects from our justice system. and before you now the first state attorney here in jacksonville in modern history to lose every election bit yeah budding oh. oh. ok this billard said holy i can't believe it i'm. executions will resume in early two thousand and seventeen using a new three drug combination the ohio department of corrections has not put anyone
to death since two thousand and fourteen when condemned killer dennis mcguire gaston snorted repeatedly during a twenty six minute procedure. this is insanity. we just got word that they want to start back up with executions again with a new protocol. on the state's schedule about thirty three executions between now and the end of two thousand and twenty. it's just groundhog day. you know if an individual. killed this many people did go down as one of the biggest serial killers in history. the secrecy bill still remains in place and we are told the state is going to be using a new execution protocol they're going to use one of the drugs it was used to kill mcguire paralytic and then potassium chloride. protocol that frankly is significantly more dangerous and more risky for the clients.
you're going to go. smaller in fullest states here that are still actively killing people right now florida texas alabama georgia the fact that ohio wants to start killing people again it doesn't change what actually is happening big picture wise i mean ultimately one of these guys will be the last person to die under this policy somebody is going to last i'm hoping that whoever is last is on this list. we're all out of blue. i was in the. in some respects i guess it kind of further strengthened my resolve on doing this work. at least seen this. in this endeavor through.
which. gives us strength you can bet your against desires you know how i just ripped us you know how long i went without using sharp objects. are you ready ok. we're going to go to los angeles where my family lives and we're going to move in with my parents am going to be going to school. where i put my life in a. lot of good people really helped me a lot of memories i'm a mystic. but there's another chapter to be written. we can all read the same
story over and over in our. little open this. up. it's nerve wracking moving halfway across the country. but it would feel wrong to not live my life after fighting so hard to get it back. i've got the keys to my own. door you know they don't lock the door behind me i you know i don't lock it i lock it. in.
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shelby. my beautiful daughter that agard i raced i brought into this world and you took her out of this world and when you took shelby away from me you didn't just take away one child from me you took away all three of my children. as a mother the pain you've caused my son and my daughter it just keeps. ripping me apart. that pain will be there the rest of our life. i had to come into the courtroom for almost four years three years and seven months . i have waited for this day for a long time. to where i don't have to come back to court and
face the person that took my child's life away but i know when i walk out that courtroom and so for. if. the bird. flu. if. this reuters am more dangerous than please don't leave our house one of those more than enough. imo heard her scream obscenities you change her mind prison out of possibility the more loony tune needed former insurgents oh my i'm a morning ten. bit
some bill is a problem to have someone to sit in the state of the political system candy. my body told me that i belong with the board. my thoughts my mind with and along with the girls. to be of any particular. person. i was born a male had a sex change when i was thirty years old. i've now been living as a woman for twenty eight years and i fully regret this. problem should have gone away from by now but they hadn't so these surgeries are nothing more than plastic
surgery i've had several female to male friends and you look at it and you just go oh god you paid for that it's horrible nobody can change genders it's impossible. is delusional it's a mental illness. this isn't one of mine and flesh of my flesh she shall be called woman she was taken from me. even. as i live here. yourself and. leave no. need. we have other things in this world this is you know. why some peoples
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