1988? And I thought California was slow…

(CNN)-A former US Army soldier who has been on death row since 1988 for raping and murdering several women could now face execution after a judge denied his bid for another stay of execution.

Judge J. Thomas Marten of the US District Court for the District of Kansas wrote last week that a previously granted stay of execution to Ronald Gray was “no longer in effect,” denying his request to further block the military from carrying out the death sentence.

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6 Responses to 1988? And I thought California was slow…

  1. Padawan says:

    If he were on death row in Texas they would’ve executed him already.

    • anonymous says:

      What was that comidienne Ron White’s observation ? “Most states slow down killing their inmates – Texas puts in an express lane !”

  2. pdwalker says:

    No picture, no mention of race.

    Does that mean what it normally means?

  3. Bigg Ale says:

    I remember this piece of shit from when I was stationed in the 82nd Airborne Division during that time. This Shitbag kidnapped, raped, and killed two female soldiers from the 82nd Combat Aviation Battalion. They should have just turned him over to us Paratroopers. Justice would have been painful, slow, and his body would be out in the impact ranges off of OP16………

  4. Feraldog says:

    The Muzzy in Chief will probably commute this one on his way out the door.

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