March 9: Crimes and Criminals (Law and Lawyers)

March 9
Crimes and Criminals

 

189.

The key is to commit crimes so confusing that police feel too stupid to even write a crime report about them.

~Randy K. Milholland, Something Positive Comic, 10/30/03

 

190.

There is no den in the wide world to hide a rogue. Commit a crime and the earth is made of glass. Commit a crime, and it seems as if a coat of snow fell on the ground, such as reveals in the woods the track of every partridge, and fox, and squirrel.

~Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

 

May 19: Executed Criminals’ Last Words (Law and Lawyers)

Day Williams created this graphic depiction of this date.

May 19

Executed Criminals’ Last Words  

 

383.

Well, I hope Percy ain’t going to wet the sponge. Put me on the highway to Jackson and call my Irish buddies. Pog mo thoin. God bless.” [In Irish Gaelic, the phrase “Pog mo thoin,” is translated as “Kiss my ass.”]

~Final Statement of Robert Gleason Jr., executed January 16, 2013 9:08 p.m. by electric chair in Virginia, the first execution in the United States in 2013.

Crime Summary

Robert Gleason Jr. was serving a life sentence for the murder of Michael Kent Jamerson in Amherst County. Prosecutors said that the murder was done to help conceal Gleason’s involvement with a known drug gang. While in prison in 2009, Gleason murdered his cellmate, 63-year-old Harvey Watson Jr. after prison officials refused to move him out of his cell. He pleaded guilty and vowed to continue killing unless he was given the death penalty.

Gleason was placed in high security for the most dangerous inmates, but managed to strangle 26-year-old Aaron Cooper in the recreation yard. Both men were in separate cages. Gleason pleaded guilty again and was sentenced to death. He waived his appeals, and chose to be put to death in the electric chair, which was granted.

 

 

384.

The best time in my life is during this period. If I had to do [it] again, I would not change a thing. I have been touched by an angel’s wings. If I had it to do again, I would change Dwyer’s parents suffering, [he began to cry] because I know they are. I know that is not going to eliminate the pain, because I have a child. [He then thanked his supporters and added:] And if this takes the pain away, so be it. I love you. I’m ready to go. There better not be a mix-up here, (he laughed) I don’t want no stay.

~Jamie McCoskey, 49 (executed on November 12, 2013 at 6:44 p.m. CDT by lethal injection in Texas)

Victim: Michael Keith Dwyer, 24

 

385.

[Speaking to his family] “Give mom a hug for me and tell her that I love her. Take me home, Jesus. Take me home, Lord. I ain’t left yet, must be a miracle. I am a miracle. Y’all do understand that I came here a sinner and leaving a saint?” He told his son not to cry and told his family he would see them again. He then told the warden that he was ready. He did not acknowledge his victim’s family members.

~Marvin Lee Wilson (executed August 7, 2012 06:27 p.m. CDT by lethal injection in Texas)

Victim: Jerry Robert Williams, 21, murdered on November 10, 1992. Wilson’s execution was the 25th in the U.S. and seventh in Texas in 2012.

 

 

February 5: Law and Lawyers: Crimes and Criminals

Day Williams created this graphic depiction of this date.
February 5
Crimes and Criminals

 

98.

Criminal: A person with predatory instincts who has not sufficient capital to form a corporation.

~Howard Scott  (1926–   )

99.

Indeed, history is nothing more than a tableau of crimes and misfortunes.

~Voltaire (1694–1778)

100.

Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures, so that society has to take the place of the victim and on his behalf demand atonement or grant forgiveness; it is the one crime in which society has a direct interest.

~W. H. Auden (1907–1973), poet

January 19: Executed Criminals’ Last Words (from Law and Lawyers)

January 19
Executed Criminals’ Last Words

 

52.

I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country . . . I am so satisfied with the cause in which I have engaged that my only regret is that I have not more lives than one to offer in its service . . . It is the duty of every good officer to obey any orders given him by his commander-in-chief.

~Nathan Hale, American hero, d. 1776 (shot by the British as a spy)

 

53.

I love my family. Potato, potato, potato.

~Robert Charles Towery, executed by lethal injection for murder in 2012. Towery and another man robbed and strangled philanthropist Mark Jones in his home. The word “potato” was apparently a reference to the sound that a Harley Davidson motorcycle makes, and was meant as a cryptic message to his nephew.

 

54.

I am innocent, innocent, innocent. Make no mistake about this. I owe society nothing. I am an innocent man and something very wrong is taking place tonight.

~Lionel Herrera, d. May 12, 1993 (executed by injection in Texas)

 

Clinton Body Count and Pedophile Island

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Epstein Island, oh my. BURNED TO THE GROUND in April 2018. ‘Pedo Island’ – a favorite getaway spot for D.C. and Hollywood elites – caught on fire following a 4.9 quake that struck off the coast of the British Virgin Islands.

‘CLINTON DEATH LIST’: 33 SPINE-TINGLING CASES

Bill and Hillary’s ‘friends’ fall off buildings, crash planes, die in freak accidents

 

Let’s see some arrests.

April 19: Executed Criminals’ Last Words

Day Williams created this graphic depiction of this date.

 

April 19

Executed Criminals’ Last Words

 

301.

It is the duty of every good officer to obey any orders given him by his commander-in-chief.
(Actual)
Shot by British as a spy.

~Nathan Hale, American hero, d. 1776

 

302.

(To his executioners) Shoot me in the chest!

~Benito Mussolini, Italian dictator, d.1945