Attorneys trying to stop the execution of a condemned Ohio killer say the state's untried capital punishment method will cause him agony and terror.
The defense lawyers allege the two-drug combination won't properly sedate the death row inmate, Dennis McGuire, and he will experience a suffocation-like syndrome known as air hunger. More here:
The 53-year-old McGuire is scheduled to die Jan. 16 for the 1989 rape and fatal stabbing of Joy Stewart in Preble County in western Ohio.
Hey, lawyers, where was your concern when his victim was experiencing "terror?"
Hey lawyers, how are you getting paid for trying to stop the criminal murdering rapist from being executed?
Answer: "Out of my pocket."
One of these days, people like you are going to experience justice. Personally, I can't wait.