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Just hours before they rendered their verdict, Alcala asked jurors to spare him, saying they would become ki*lers themselves if they sent him to death row and arguing that the sentence would lead to decades of appeals. The song was shocking, juror Gregory Lacey said after the verdict was read.
By voting for the death penalty, “you become a wannabe ki*ler in waiting,” Alcala told the seven men and five women who made up the jury before playing a portion of “Alice’s Restaurant,” a rambling 18-minute Vietnam War protest song by folk singer Arlo Guthrie. I wanna, I wanna see, I wanna see blood and gore and guts and veins in my teeth. “If I hadn’t been a juror I would have liked to have gotten up myself,” he said. It was the third time Alcala, 66, has been convicted of Samsoe’s murder.
Maybe they didn’t know about it or maybe the person did a good job of hiding it, like Bill Cosby, and in the case of racism, Donald Trump.
But just being on TV, being hired by a network, does not suddenly make you a great person.
Marianne Connelly, Robin Samsoe’s mother, who was asked by her sons to stay away from most of the trial because of the graphic depictions of the murders, arrived at the courtroom after the verdict was read. Anne Michelena, sister of Wixted, a nurse who was found raped and strangled in her Malibu apartment, said the verdict helped close a long period of uncertainty about whether her sister’s ki*ler would ever be found.
According to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the fact that Donald Trump was on TV proves that he can’t possibly be racist.
By Paloma Esquivel (LA Times) March 10, 2010 It took an Orange County jury about one hour Tuesday to vote for the death penalty for convicted serial ki*ler Rodney James Alcala.
The photographer and onetime “Dating Game” contestant was convicted last month of murdering four Los Angeles County women and a 12-year-old girl from Huntington Beach in the late 1970s. He’s not a human being,” said a juror who identified himself only by his first name, Vic. I mean ki*l, ki*l, ki*l, ki*l.” As the word reverberated throughout the Santa Ana courtroom, Robert Samsoe, brother of murder victim Robin Samsoe, stood up and walked out.
Look at Alex Jones, that nut job, all of the things that came out during his divorce proceedings, yet he still has his own radio and web show and wherever else that thing airs.You know, it’s getting hard to sort out satire from legit reporting these days…but multiple reliable sources have confirmed this story, no matter how freaky it seems at first glance.For those who were present Tuesday, the verdict provided a measure of relief.Tali Shapiro, who was 8 when she was raped and nearly beaten to death in 1968 by Alcala, sat with Samsoe’s family. Jurors said they used a white board to outline reasons for and against the death penalty and found that the reasons for death overwhelmed those against.They said they also considered “how much misery” a prolonged appeals process would bring to the victims’ families, Lacey said.Superior Court Judge Francisco Briseno told jurors the trial could leave lasting scars and said the court offered services to help.One juror, a woman who was noticeably moved several times during testimony, said she’d had to choke back tears many times.According to WKBN-TV, multiple incidents of “zombie-like” raccoon activity have been reported to authorities across northeastern Ohio…including over a dozen calls to police […] The following case was compiled and uploaded in 2013 by user Rookurou, who cites a series of graphic and disturbing police reports from the city of Chichibu in the Japanese prefecture of Saitama in 1986.