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PostSubject: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:22 am

Rick Perry Silent Under Pressure To Delay Execution Of Severely Mentally Ill Man

Posted: 12/02/2014 4:28 pm EST Updated: 12/02/2014 10:59 pm EST



WASHINGTON -- Scott Panetti is just about out of options. On Wednesday at 6 p.m. CST, the state of Texas will end his life, even though his lawyers say Panetti is severely mentally ill and an execution would violate the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment. One of the only people who can stop the execution, at least temporarily, is Gov. Rick Perry (R).
But with time running out, Perry is so far staying silent, despite mounting pressure on him to intervene.

Panetti is on death row for the 1992 murder of his in-laws, whom he killed while his wife and daughter were watching. He has suffered from schizophrenia and other mental illnesses for over 30 years and been hospitalized more than a dozen times.

On Monday afternoon, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles unanimously voted not to recommend that Panetti's death sentence be commuted to life in prison. The board also rejected a request to delay the execution for 180 days.

Panetti is now left with few options. The most direct route goes through Perry, who can delay the execution for 30 days, in order for further evaluations of Panetti's mental state to be made. (By law, however, the governor cannot single-handedly lift the death sentence.)

After the parole board's ruling Monday, Panetti's lawyers wrote to Perry, requesting a 30-day delay to allow Panetti to receive a new mental health assessment. (He has not had one since 2007.) Their letter reads:
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Our visits to see Mr. Panetti over the past three weeks confirm that he remains delusional, that he is regularly experiencing auditory hallucinations, and that his psychiatric condition is worsening day by day. Without a 30-day reprieve so that we may investigate and litigate his competence to be executed, Mr. Panetti will go to the execution chamber convinced that he is being put to death for preaching the Gospel, not for the murder of his wife’s parents.


Despite Mr. Panetti’s longstanding and incurable mental illness, as well as his history of incompetence, the inexplicable fast-tracking of his execution means the question of his competence to be executed has not received the full and fair hearing that the Constitution requires. so that Scott Panetti’s constitutional right to be competent when executed can be protected through further investigation and litigation.
Perry has so far remained silent about what, if anything, he will do. When asked for comment, spokeswoman Lucy Nashed simply replied, "This case is pending before the courts."

The lawyers, Gregory W. Wiercioch and Kathryn M. Kase, are especially incensed about the way they found out their client's execution date. A judge signed an order on Oct. 16 setting Panetti's execution date for Dec. 3, but the district attorney never notified Wiercioch and Kase that their client had been scheduled to be put to death. Instead, they learned about the pending execution on Oct. 30, through an article in the Houston Chronicle.

"[T]he District Attorney remained silent about the execution date," Wiercioch and Kase wrote in their letter Monday. "Fourteen critical days passed before undersigned counsel read an article in the newspaper about the scheduling of Mr. Panetti’s execution. Fourteen days passed during which counsel could have been investigating the issues surrounding Mr. Panetti’s competence -- issues which the District Attorney surely knew would have to be litigated to ensure that Mr. Panetti’s execution would not violate the Eighth Amendment."

If Perry fails to act, Panetti could theoretically also find relief through the courts. In addition to sending the letter to the governor, Wiercioch and Kase have asked the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to delay the execution so that their client can receive a competency assessment. On Monday, the lawyers also urged the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.

A PR representative said Kase was not available for an interview Tuesday.

Perry is under pressure from a broad coalition of people around the country, including some of his fellow conservatives. Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and former presidential candidate Gary Bauer, all Republicans, are among the prominent conservatives who have called on the governor to delay Panetti's execution. More than 94,000 people have also signed an online petition in support of the delay.

If Texas goes ahead with the execution, Panetti would be the 519th person to die by lethal injection in the state since 1982.

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:45 am

Conservatives Call On Rick Perry To Halt Execution Of Scott Panetti

Posted: 12/01/2014 6:30 pm EST Updated: 12/02/2014 10:59 am EST

WASHINGTON -- A group of conservative leaders  Suspect is mounting a last-minute effort to stop Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) from executing inmate Scott Panetti, arguing that killing "one of the most seriously mentally ill prisoners on death row in the United States" would "undermine the public's faith in a fair and moral justice system."

Panetti admitted in 1995 to having killed his in-laws three years earlier, while his wife and three-year-old daughter watched. He has suffered from schizophrenia and other mental illnesses for over 30 years and has been hospitalized on 15 separate occasions. In spite of his illness, Panetti is scheduled to be executed on Wednesday at 6 p.m. CST.

Twenty-one conservative leaders have joined with mental health and death penalty reformers in opposing the execution, asking Perry in a recent letter to commute Panetti's sentence to life in prison. Signatories included former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, conservative activist Brent Bozell and former presidential candidate Gary Bauer.

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Each of us has been active at the national level of the conservative movement for many years, and no one could accuse us of being soft on crime. Among conservatives there is much debate about the effectiveness and the morality of the death penalty. Some crimes are so terrible, and committed with such clear malice, that some believe that execution seems the only appropriate and proportional response. But Scott Panetti’s is no such case. [...]
The authority to take a man’s life is the most draconian penalty that we allow our government to exercise. As conservatives, we must be on guard that such an extraordinary government sanction not be used against a person who is mentally incapable of rational thought. It would be immoral for the government to take this man’s life. Should the Board recommend it, we respectfully urge you to reduce Mr. Panetti’s death sentence to life in prison.
According to The Atlantic, Panetti had come to believe he was engaged in a battle with Satan and tried to exorcise his home by burying his furniture in the backyard. At his trial, he dressed as a cowboy and acted as his own attorney. He also tried to subpoena John F. Kennedy and the Pope.
Prosecutors have argued that Panetti is faking his illness.

Panetti's lawyers filed a motion this month asking Perry to stay the execution for 30 days in order for Panetti to receive a new mental health assessment. (He has not had one since 2007.) The lawyers said they would have filed the request earlier, but no one notified them that an execution date had been set. Instead, they had to learn about it from a newspaper article.

Unlike in other states, Perry can't single-handedly reduce Panetti's sentence -- the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has to first recommend clemency. On Monday, however, the board unanimously voted against delaying Panetti's execution for 180 days and recommending to Perry that his sentence be commuted.

Perry's office did not immediately return a request for comment on whether the governor agreed with the board's decision or on whether he was considering a 30-day stay.

More than 93,000 people have signed an online petition asking Perry to grant Panetti clemency. He also has the support of his ex-wife and former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas).

Abby Johnson, an anti-abortion activist, wrote in a recent Dallas Morning News op-ed that opposing Panetti's execution is a pro-life position.

"A fundamental tenet of the pro-life ethic is that all life has value and we are called to protect it, especially in its most vulnerable forms. A culture of life recognizes the value of those who are vulnerable and prioritizes safeguarding them," she wrote.

"By setting an execution date for Panetti, Texas is going entirely contrary to what we expect in a society that truly values life," Johnson added. "This proposed execution shows a troubling disregard toward the reality of mental illness and protecting those who suffer from it."

Mother Jones reporter Stephanie Mencimer noted that it's "unusual for conservative Christians to support a clemency petition like Panetti's." In 1998, conservatives tried to get then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush to stop the execution of Karla Faye Tucker, who had converted to Christianity in prison. (Bush went ahead with the execution.)

But this case is different.

"[Panetti's] religious fervor is the product of a brain disorder, and the evangelicals' opposition to his execution is not related to his religious proclamations," wrote Mencimer. "It is more of a reflection of the shift in public attitudes regarding capital punishment that has been driven by the growing number of exonerations of death row inmates, the high number of mentally ill and disabled people sentenced to die, and the inefficient and expensive administration of capital punishment."

Heather Beaudoin, coordinator of Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, told Mencimer that the Panetti case was "the largest outpouring of support on a death penalty case we've seen from evangelicals," and the first time she was aware of Paul personally speaking out against an execution.

If Texas goes ahead with the scheduled execution, Panetti would be the 519th person to die by lethal injection in the state since 1982.

Read the full letter below:
November 25, 2014

The Honorable Rick Perry
Office of the Governor
P. O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711

Dear Governor Perry:
We respectfully ask you to commute Scott Panetti’s death sentence to life in prison if the Board of Pardons and Paroles recommends it. Mr. Panetti is one of the most seriously mentally ill prisoners on death row in the United States. Rather than serving as a measured response to murder, the execution of Mr. Panetti would only serve to undermine the public’s faith in a fair and moral justice system.

Each of us has been active at the national level of the conservative movement for many years, and no one could accuse us of being soft on crime. Among conservatives there is much debate about the effectiveness and the morality of the death penalty. Some crimes are so terrible, and committed with such clear malice, that some believe that execution seems the only appropriate and proportional response. But Scott Panetti’s is no such case.

Panetti has a documented history of mental illness going back to when he was 20 years old. In the subsequent decades he has been involuntarily hospitalized on fourteen separate occasions. His diagnoses include chronic schizophrenia, paranoia, hallucinations and fragmented personality, for which he was prescribed high doses of powerful psychiatric drugs for schizophrenia. He was termed manic and delusional. He heard voices and thought he was controlled by an unseen power. Panetti once nailed the curtains shut in his house to seal out the devil. It is clear that he has been suffering from severe mental illness since long before he committed the offense that landed him on death row.
In 1986, for example, Panetti believed he was engaged in spiritual warfare with Satan and he was convinced that the devil was in his home, leading his wife to sign an affidavit to have him involuntarily committed. She testified that he attempted to exorcize his home with a series of inexplicable behaviors, including burying his furniture in the backyard. Bizarre manifestations of his illness continued – virtually unabated – right up until the tragic day on which he killed his wife’s parents in 1992.

Despite this long record of mental illness, Panetti was found competent to be tried and to waive his right to counsel. Incredibly the Texas trial court allowed this delusional man to present his own “defense”. His courtroom behavior was bizarre. He wore a costume of a purple cowboy suit and bandana to the trial. He picked one juror with the flip of a coin. He attempted to subpoena over 200 witnesses including John Kennedy, the Pope, and Jesus Christ. He slept through some of the testimony.

This was no act cooked up to get him off of murder charges. His severe mental illness is thoroughly documented in his medical records. And his delusions persist. Now, just days away from his scheduled execution, Panetti continues to suffer from the manifestations of his mental illness, believing that he will be executed for preaching the Gospels to his fellow prisoners, not for the murder of his in-laws.

The authority to take a man’s life is the most draconian penalty that we allow our government to exercise. As conservatives, we must be on guard that such an extraordinary government sanction not be used against a person who is mentally incapable of rational thought. It would be immoral for the government to take this man’s life. Should the Board recommend it, we respectfully urge you to reduce Mr. Panetti’s death sentence to life in prison.

Sincerely,
Brent Bozell, President, For America
Ken Cuccinelli, President, Senate Conservatives Fund
Dave Keene, Opinion Editor, The Washington Times
Pat Nolan, Director Center for Criminal Justice Reform, the American Conservative Union Foundation
Richard Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com
Ron Robinson, President, Young America’s Foundation
Jim Miller, Budget Director for President Ronald Reagan
Craig Shirley, Reagan Biographer
C. Preston Noell, III, President, Tradition, Family, Property, Inc.
Rebecca Hagelin, Columnist, The Washington Times
Floyd Brown, President, Western Center for Journalism
Charles Murray, WH Brady Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Patrick A. Trueman, Attorney At Law
Mark L. Earley, Sr., Former Attorney General of Virginia and
Former President and CEO of Prison Fellowship USA
Morton Blackwell, Chairman, The Weyrich Lunch
James L. Martin, Chairman, 60 Plus Association
Tricia Erickson, President, Angel Pictures and Publicity
Maggie Gallagher, Author
Diana L. Banister, President, Shirley & Banister Public Affairs
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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:46 am

Litmus test for Perry.  Bears watching.

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:49 am

Scott Panetti, Mentally Ill On Texas Death Row



Dressed in costume like one of the actors in an old Western Movie, with a big brimmed cowboy hat hanging on his shoulders by the strap, plaid shirt, bandana, fancy cowboy boots, and spurs, Scott Panetti proceeded to defend himself, playing out the role of lawyer. The prevailing judge, Ables allowed his court to be turned into a three ring circus as jurors watched, stunned at what they were seeing and hearing, some fearing the man they watched before them.
No, this isn't the makings of a Hollywood movie, this is a Texas courtroom in 1995, with defendant Scott Panetti on trial for the shot gun murders of his parents-inlaws, attempting to play the role of attorney, in his own Capital murder trial. The trial resulted in a death sentence.

Academy Award?

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 4:59 pm

Court grants Texas prisoner execution reprieve

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FILE - This file handout photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Scott Panetti. A federal appeals court has given Panetti a reprieve from execution Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. His attorneys say he is too delusional to be put to death. (AP Photo/Texas Department of Criminal Justice, File)


MICHAEL GRACZYK, The Associated Press
Posted: Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 1:59 PM

HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A federal appeals court halted Wednesday's scheduled execution of a Texas prisoner who defense attorneys argue is too delusional to be put to death.

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted the reprieve less than eight hours before condemned killer Scott Panetti was set to receive a lethal injection. Panetti was sentenced to death for fatally shooting his estranged wife's parents 22 years ago.

His lawyers argued that he was too mentally ill to qualify for capital punishment, and they sought the delay so Panetti could undergo new competency tests. They noted that he acted as his own attorney during trial - dressed in a purple cowboy outfit - and tried to subpoena more than 200 witnesses, including the pope and Jesus Christ.

Appeals also were filed with the U.S. Supreme Court, which has said mentally ill people cannot be executed if they don't have a factual and rational understanding of why they're being punished.
In a two-sentence ruling, the appeals court said it needed time to "fully consider the late arriving and complex legal questions at issue in this matter" and that it would schedule a hearing later to consider arguments.

The Texas Attorney General's office said there was "no legal reasoning to appeal" the last-minute ruling, and that there would not be an execution Wednesday evening.

Panetti, 56, was convicted and sentenced in 1995, three years after he shot and killed his estranged wife's parents at their home in the Texas Hill Country. The Hayward, Wisconsin, native had been diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1978, and had been hospitalized more than a dozen times for treatment in the decade before the shootings.

At his trial, he took on an alternate personality, "Sarge," to testify.

"Mr. Panetti's execution would offend contemporary standards of decency," attorneys Gregory Wiercioch and Kathryn Kase told the Supreme Court. Both visited with Panetti in prison in the past few weeks and said his mental condition had worsened and he should be entitled to a new round of competency tests.

State attorneys said records showed no significant change since Panetti's last formal examination seven years ago. During his trial and subsequent appeals, no court has found him incompetent or insane.

"Panetti's assertion of severe mental illness are in doubt when compared to the multiple past findings on his sanity, competency to stand trial and competency to be executed, as well as evidence submitted by the state," said Ellen Stewart-Klein, an assistant Texas attorney general. "Panetti's case is an inappropriate one to create a new rule of law."
In 1986, the Supreme Court ruled states may not execute killers whose insanity means they can't understand why they're being put to death. In 2002, the justices prohibited the execution of the mentally impaired.
Ruling on an appeal from Panetti five years later, the court said mentally ill condemned prisoners could be put to death if they have a factual and rational understanding of why they're being punished.
Panetti has insisted Satan is working through Texas prison officials to execute him to keep him from preaching the Gospel.
Stewart-Klein said defense claims of his mental condition were exaggerated and previous tests had indicated some of his behavior could be contrived.
Panetti's estranged wife and her 3-year-old daughter had moved in with her parents, Joe and Amanda Alvarado. She also obtained a court order to keep Panetti away.
Enraged, he armed himself with a rifle, a sawed-off shotgun and knives, dressed in camouflage clothing and broke into the home in Fredericksburg, about 60 miles north of San Antonio. Both victims were shot a close range.

Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/nation_world/20141203_ap_8114b6e35da94c84abba5a246b79cc1d.html#5UEwhtwZzsqJGGUb.99


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 Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart


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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Wed Dec 03, 2014 5:02 pm


Joe and Amanda Alvarado, who were murdered by their son-in-law Scott Panetti in 1992.

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Thu Dec 04, 2014 1:07 am

Saw the CNN story, of course they're whining about possible execution.  I don't see what's so terrible about executing schizos or retards.  Schizophrenia covers a wide range of conditions & severity.  Many are quite intelligent & lucid at times.  One could certainly IMO be schizophrenic but knowingly do vicious murders 'on purpose'.  Jeez, let's not execute Blacks 'cause they come from broken homes & bad schools.  Once worked at place w/Black half-wit.  He was too dumb to get a driver's license but OTOH smart enough to figure out ways to dodge work...once he regaled some folks at lunch w/entertaining classic Black BS story, he really had me fooled for a while.

One doesn't have to be a Harvard-trained lawyer to know how to manipulate.  Panetti is a nasty-looking guy w/classic cold serial-killer look.  Just 'cause he may have mental problems doesn't mean he's incapable of putting on a good acting job.
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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:19 am

Not killing these people is one step even farther away from Holy Scriptural Law.


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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Thu Dec 04, 2014 2:15 pm

Another Jew on death row. Max Soffar





Same crypto (nostrils)? attorney

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEvNM23bbI8

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Fri Dec 05, 2014 5:49 am

about Panetti

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrX5wab_nuI

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Sat Dec 06, 2014 1:17 am

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Interesting video as fur as it goes.  Used to watch Donohue show & often a weird experience:  Phil could veer from moments of lucidity rare in MSM but then quickly swerve back to faux-liberal platitudes, almost, heh, like HE was schizophrenic.  Really, I'm mostly anti-capital punishment.  Many criminals deserve to die; OTOH cops/courts make mistakes, cheat & frame too.

Look at McVeigh, first Federal prisoner to be executed since '63.  Delusional patsy, executed 4 years after conviction, fairly quick as these things go.

Panetti supposedly did crimes while "unmedicated"--so why not OK to execute schizos who did crimes while medicated.  Anti-psychotic drugs have nasty side effects.  Tried a Thorazine once, weird powerful shit.  No euphoria, just made ya' want to not move.  & apparently the newer meds have worse side effects.
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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:35 am

McVeigh might well be in Tel Aviv, China,Brazil who knows?

Law from the Holy Scriptures:

Deuteronomy 17:6-7 6 At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; [but] at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death. The hands of the witnesses shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterward the hands of all the people. So thou shalt put the evil away from among you.

The witnesses are the ones who kill the criminal.

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Sat Dec 06, 2014 9:21 am

Schizophrenia is an illness that burns away your brain, This damage will definitely show up in a brainscan and as such can prove wether the person is, or is not, suffering from the illness.

Sufferers from schizophrenia can technically not be held accountable for their deeds. Because their brain functioning is fubar. So from a humane perspective they should be confined to a mental institution in order to be treated instead of being sent to a jail. Yet if the schizophrenic becomes so dangerous and his living conditions due to the suffering from the illness becomes human unworthy without hope of a cure then a Death sentence might even be an act of mercy

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Sat Dec 06, 2014 1:31 pm

Either Mans law or Gods Law.

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Sat Dec 06, 2014 4:56 pm

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Schizophrenia is an illness that burns away your brain, This damage will definitely show up in a brainscan and as such can prove wether the person is, or is not, suffering from the illness.

Sufferers from schizophrenia can technically not be held accountable for their deeds. Because their brain functioning is fubar. So from a humane perspective they should be confined to a mental institution in order to be treated instead of being sent to a jail. Yet if the schizophrenic becomes so dangerous and his living conditions due to the suffering from the illness becomes human unworthy without hope of a cure then a Death sentence might even be an act of mercy

What are the chances a jewish psychiatrist will say that a jewish murderer's crazy act is fake?

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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Mon Dec 08, 2014 3:49 am

NigelForage wrote:
McVeigh might well be in Tel Aviv, China,Brazil who knows?

Law from the Holy Scriptures:

Deuteronomy 17:6-7  6 At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; [but] at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death. The hands of the witnesses shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterward the hands of all the people. So thou shalt put the evil away from among you.

The witnesses are the ones who kill the criminal.

McVeigh a real mystery. Certainly he could have gotten the Get Out of Jail Free card. OTOH Timmy could have been a well-run dupe that actually thought his stupid plan worked. But I dunno; McVeigh supposedly busted after driving getaway car w/no license plates. Too stupid even for him. Once read a book on McVeigh that went against JMSM portrayal as disgruntled loser/loner. Apparently he did pretty well in military, was very studious...& afterwards got security job in classified installation.
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PostSubject: Re: Jew murderers, insanity defense and anti-capital punishment   Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:31 am

EyeBelieve wrote:
NigelForage wrote:
McVeigh might well be in Tel Aviv, China,Brazil who knows?

Law from the Holy Scriptures:

Deuteronomy 17:6-7  6 At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; [but] at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death. The hands of the witnesses shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterward the hands of all the people. So thou shalt put the evil away from among you.

The witnesses are the ones who kill the criminal.

McVeigh a real mystery.  Certainly he could have gotten the Get Out of Jail Free card.  OTOH Timmy could have been a well-run dupe that actually thought his stupid plan worked.  But I dunno; McVeigh supposedly busted after driving getaway car w/no license plates.  Too stupid even for him.  Once read a book on McVeigh that went against JMSM portrayal as disgruntled loser/loner.  Apparently he did pretty well in military, was very studious...& afterwards got security job in classified installation.

Yeah, in hindsight he fits the CIA/jew tool profile.  Easy to grow hair long and create a new identity somewhere, internationally, working undercover for same org.  They went to some lengths showing evidence of the execution...

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