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Who’s the Real Victim of Oklahoma’s Botched Execution?

Clayton Lockett took forty-five minutes to be executed in Oklahoma.  Horrors.  All the liberals regard this as torture rather than an accident.

“It was a horrible thing to witness. This was totally botched,” said Lockett’s attorney, David Autry.

Since when is a lethal injection as “horrible (a) thing to witness” as serial felon Lockett shooting Stephanie Neiman with a sawed-off shotgun and watching as two friends buried her alive.

Lockett’s 46 year old friend Charles Warner was scheduled to be executed two hours later for raping and killing his roommate’s 11 month old daughter.

Thanks to Lockett’s botched execution rapist Warner now goes back to jail. The girl he raped only lived 11 months before he killed her.  Where’s her fair share of life? Obama and the Occupy Wall Street crowd worry about a fair share of income.  Where are their priorities?  What about life?  What about worrying about the devil when a little angel is murdered?

Clayton LockettWarner is going back to jail.  I’ve been to jail.  It’s not so bad.  Only liberals who know nothing about jail think that it’s the horror of horrors.

So much worry about Lockett.  The man had a rap sheet that spread across the misery of victim’s faces.

As for Neiman, she certainly suffered longer than Lockett.

She was buried alive.

Lockett’s soul was dead before he was buried.  He was never alive.  You can’t be human and be a murderer. Who cares if his execution lasted forty minutes?  He didn’t deserve his last breath.

To feel sorry for Lockett is to betray Neiman and the human race. Liberals pride themselves on their compassion.  How about some compassion for the innocent victims?

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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