Grasping at straws

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee inmate convicted in a triple slaying decades ago is seeking a stay of his June execution date, citing the new coronavirus pandemic.

The request comes as the state’s confirmed virus cases reached 154 on Thursday, mostly in the middle part of the state.

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3 Responses to Grasping at straws

  1. Stefan says:

    A volunteer for the Kungflu virus human testing! Followed by ebola and Mad Cow. Or, just stick with the pentothal/potassium chloride therapy.

  2. TwoDogs says:

    We got a couple stayed in Texas for just that reason.

  3. Tsgt Joe says:

    This guy was convicted of murdering his wife and her 2 sons in 1989. Thats 31 years ago, there should be nothing left to say or do other than punch his ticket. I’m from Michigan where we have never had capital punishment and I’m not a real fan of it but come on,31 years!

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