Oklahoma Death Row Inmate Seeks Clemency

Oklahoma Death Row Inmate Seeks Clemency

There are 11 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Sep 16, 2010, titled Oklahoma Death Row Inmate Seeks Clemency. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

An Oklahoma death row inmate scheduled to die by lethal injection next month is seeking clemency from the state Pardon and Parole Board .

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Y the RAcism

Tulsa, OK

#1 Sep 16, 2010
no Clemency / he had no remorce back when he did this to an inocent soul y should anyone have remorse on hi
SteVe

Tulsa, OK

#2 Sep 16, 2010
You have got to be kidding!!! He wants mercy for his life, when he didn't care at all about shooting multiple times in the chest and head of his victim!! I would just fry his but.
Packman

United States

#3 Sep 16, 2010
He should be put in front of a firing squad.
ren

Tulsa, OK

#4 Sep 16, 2010
do not waste tax payers dollars, lethal injection as scheduled.
Larry

Tulsa, OK

#5 Sep 16, 2010
He shouldn't have survived this long. Time to get the cell ready for another inmate.
jackson

Broken Arrow, OK

#6 Sep 16, 2010
lol what i love about the comments on the CH 6 stories is that the people are like ancient Romans. "OFF WITH HIS HEAD!!" Cracks me up and scares me at the same time, since on here this is how people REALLY feel knowing that they don't have to show their face. I'm sure these same people go to church on Sunday and act very sweet....looks are VERY deceiving.
TomC

Tulsa, OK

#7 Sep 16, 2010
I don't understand how someone can plead for their life after committing such a terrible crime. Why should we feel empathy for this man when he has absolutely no remorse or empathy for the life he took. Perhaps it was a robbery that went awry, however you forfeit your life when you set out on a path of destruction and terror. The sad thing is we as a society have to make the decision to execute you. You and your actions alone, left us no choice. I will not feel any satisfaction with this man's death nor will his victims family, however we are bound by law to make sure your penalty is exacted.
jackson

Broken Arrow, OK

#8 Sep 16, 2010
TomC wrote:
I don't understand how someone can plead for their life after committing such a terrible crime. Why should we feel empathy for this man when he has absolutely no remorse or empathy for the life he took. Perhaps it was a robbery that went awry, however you forfeit your life when you set out on a path of destruction and terror. The sad thing is we as a society have to make the decision to execute you. You and your actions alone, left us no choice. I will not feel any satisfaction with this man's death nor will his victims family, however we are bound by law to make sure your penalty is exacted.
Tom, finally an excellent comment. Yes it is terrible that we have to follow laws and in our society it is still and "eye for an eye." This man knew that and still committed the crime with no remorse. However, it doesn't make "US" as a society better than him to not feel any remorse about the loss of life. Loss of life in any form is a tragedy, and it is horrible that this man has to lose his life, but it was his choice and he made it.
firelites

Mannford, OK

#9 Sep 25, 2010
So they have a new drug,you gotta start somewhere- Go For It
The TV Guy

Broken Arrow, OK

#10 Sep 26, 2010
TomC wrote:
I don't understand how someone can plead for their life after committing such a terrible crime. Why should we feel empathy for this man when he has absolutely no remorse or empathy for the life he took. Perhaps it was a robbery that went awry, however you forfeit your life when you set out on a path of destruction and terror. The sad thing is we as a society have to make the decision to execute you. You and your actions alone, left us no choice. I will not feel any satisfaction with this man's death nor will his victims family, however we are bound by law to make sure your penalty is exacted.
You don't understand? It's called being selfish. Watch the show Lockup on MSNBC. A LOT of people behind bars have a whiny, woe-is-me attitude.
The TV Guy

Broken Arrow, OK

#11 Sep 26, 2010
jackson wrote:
<quoted text>
Tom, finally an excellent comment. Yes it is terrible that we have to follow laws and in our society it is still and "eye for an eye." This man knew that and still committed the crime with no remorse. However, it doesn't make "US" as a society better than him to not feel any remorse about the loss of life. Loss of life in any form is a tragedy, and it is horrible that this man has to lose his life, but it was his choice and he made it.
I disagree with you opinion about the value of life. Some lives aren't worth tolerating. Such as the life of them man featured in this story. Euthanasia is the best way to get rid of undesirables.

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