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    On this date, June 10, 1988, a Pedophile Serial Killer, Gary Arthur Bishop was executed by lethal injection in Utah. He was convicted of the murders of five young boys in 1983.


    Gary Arthur Bishop
    Please go to this previous Blog Post to learn more.

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    Ten years ago on this date, June 15, 2007, Cop Killer, Michael Allen Lambert was executed by lethal injection in Indiana for the December 28, 1990 murder of Officer Gregg Winters. The officer died 11 days later on January 8, 1991. Let us honor this fallen policeman and thank God that justice was served.

     

     Michael Allen Lambert

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                On this date, June 16, 2011, an Aryan Brotherhood & Prison Killer, Lee Andrew Taylor was executed by lethal injection in Texas. He was convicted of the April 1, 1999 murder of his African American cellmate, Donta Green. Before the prison killing, he had already caused the death of an elderly man in a robbery on November 17, 1995. He is an example of a white man killing an African American, where we can debunk the myth that only killers of white victims get executed.

      

    Lee Andrew Taylor

    Please go to the previous Blog Post to learn more.

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    George Stinney


    George Stinney mugshot, 1944
    Born
    George Junius Stinney, Jr.
    October 21, 1929
    Pinewood, South Carolina, United States
    Died
    June 16, 1944 (aged 14)
    Columbia, South Carolina, United States
    Criminal penalty
    Death by electric chair
    Criminal status
    • Executed (1944)
    • Conviction vacated (2014)

    Conviction(s)
    First-degree murder (vacated)


    George Junius Stinney Jr. (October 21, 1929 – June 16, 1944), an African-American, age 14, was convicted at a flawed trial of murder in 1944 in his home town of Alcolu, South Carolina. He was the youngest person in the United States in the 20th-century to be sentenced to death and to be executed.

    Stinney was convicted in 1944 in a one-day trial of the first-degree murder of two whitegirls: 11-year-old Betty June Binnicker and 8-year-old Mary Emma Thames. After being arrested, Stinney was said to have confessed to the crime. There was no written record of his confession apart from notes provided by an investigating deputy, and no transcript of the brief trial. He was executed by electric chair.

    Since Stinney's conviction and execution, the question of his guilt, the validity of his reported confession, and the judicial process leading to his execution have been extensively criticized.

    A group of lawyers and activists investigated the Stinney case on behalf of his family. In 2013 the family petitioned for a new trial. On December 17, 2014, his conviction was posthumously vacated70 years after his execution, because the circuit court judge ruled that he had not been given a fair trial; he had no effective defense and his Sixth Amendmentrights had been violated. The judgment noted that while Stinney may in fact have committed the crime, the prosecution and trial were fundamentally flawed.

      

    "Contemplate that if Hitler falls into our hands we shall certainly put him to death. Not a Sovereign who could be said to be in hands of Ministers, like Kaiser. This man is the mainspring of evil. Instrument - electric chair, for gangsters no doubt available on lend-lease."


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                Tsutomu Miyazaki was one of the worst of the worst pedophile serial killers I had ever read about. After observing and analyzing his character, I got reminded of The Joker in the Batman movie, ‘The Dark Knight (2008)’. The Joker in that movie was described as "psychopathic, mass murdering, schizophrenic clown with zero empathy." Otaku (おたく/オタク) is a Japanese term used to refer to people with obsessive interests, particularly (but not limited to) anime and manga. Tsutomu Miyazaki was called the Otaku Murderer, but I nicknamed him the ‘Japanese Joker’. I described Miyazaki as “psychopathic, satanic, obsessive, disobedient, perverted, pedophilia serial killer with 100% pornography fixation.” 


    The Joker (Left) and Tsutomu Miyazaki (Right)

                Please read Part 1& Part 2of the case before reading my opinionon him.

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                Ten years ago on this date, 18 June 2007, the 2007 Melbourne CBD shootingwas an incident that occurred in the Central Business District of Melbourne, Victoria on 18 June 2007. Three people were shot, one fatally, by Christopher Wayne Hudson, 31, a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, who opened fire on two men and a woman during an argument on the corner of William Street and Flinders Lane at about 8:20 am. Hudson fled from the scene and went into hiding for two days, before turning himself in to police on 20 June 2007 in Wallan, north of Melbourne.

    In May 2008, Hudson pleaded guilty to the murder of Brendan Keilar and was sentenced that September to life imprisonment with a minimum of 35 years before becoming eligible for parole.

    Hudson is such a violent criminal and I hope that he does not kill an inmate or a prison staff. 

     

     Christopher Wayne Hudson
     
    Please go to this previous blog post to learn more about this violent gangster.


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    On this date, June 18, 2010, Ronnie Lee Gardner was the third Death Row Inmate to die from the firing squad in Utah. He was also the seventh person to be executed in the State of Utah since 1976.

     

    Ronnie Lee Gardner
    Photo by the Utah Department of Corrections


    Gardner was executed on the metal chair at the right side of this chamber in Utah State Prison. The two narrow rifle ports can be seen in the middle-left. Panoramic mosaic of the execution chamber at Utah State Prison in Draper, Utah, USA. The platform at the left is used for lethal injection. The seat at the right and the two narrow gun ports on the far wall of the room are used for execution by firing squad. Built in 1998, the first person to be executed in this chamber was Joseph Mitchell Parsons in 1999.


    Ronnie Lee Gardner(January 16, 1961 – June 18, 2010) was an American criminal who received the death penalty for murder in 1985, and was executed by firing squad by the state of Utah in 2010. Gardner's case spent nearly 25 years in the court system, prompting the Utah House of Representatives to introduce legislation to limit the number of appeals in capital cases.

    In October 1984, Gardner killed Melvyn John Otterstrom during a robbery in Salt Lake City. While being transported in April 1985 to a court hearing for the homicide, he fatally shot attorney Michael Burdell in an unsuccessful escape attempt. Convicted of two counts of murder, Gardner was sentenced to life imprisonment for the first count and received the death penalty for the second. The state adopted more stringent security measures as a result of the incident at the courthouse. While held at Utah State Prison, Gardner was charged with another capital crime for stabbing an inmate in 1994. However, that charge was overturned by the Utah Supreme Court because the victim survived.

    In a series of appeals, defense attorneys presented mitigating evidence of the troubled upbringing of Gardner, who had spent nearly his entire adult life in incarceration. His request for commutation of his death sentence was denied in 2010 after the families of his victims testified against him. Gardner's legal team took the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which declined to intervene.

    The execution of Gardner at Utah State Prison became the focus of media attention in June 2010, because it was the first to be carried out by firing squad in the United States in 14 years. Gardner stated that he sought this method of execution because of his Mormon background. On the day before his execution, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a statement clarifying its position on the issue of blood atonement of individuals. The case also attracted debate over capital punishment and whether Gardner had been destined for a life of violence since his difficult childhood.


    Please go to two of these Unit 1012 Blog Posts to hear from the victims’ families and also a rebuttal to the abolitionists.




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    On this date, June 30, 1882, Charles J. Guiteau was executed by hanging for the assassination of the 20th President of the U.S.A, James A. Garfield on July 2, 1881.  Guiteau was executed less than a year after the assassination and after 10 months after the President died on September 19, 1881. What a swift and sure execution! Most important of all, he is guilty beyond any doubt.


    Charles Julius Guiteau (/ɡˈt/; September 8, 1841 – June 30, 1882) was an American writer and lawyer who was convicted of the assassination of James A. Garfield, the 20th President of the United States. Guiteau was so offended by Garfield's rejections of his various job applications that he shot him at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington, D.C. on July 2, 1881. Garfield died two months later from infections related to the injury. In January 1882 Guiteau was sentenced to death for the crime, and was hanged five months later.

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    On this date, July 6, 1994, a White Supremacist Lifer, Troy Kell murdered his African-American Inmate, Lonnie Blackmon at the Utah Department of Corrections Gunnison facility. Please go to this previous blog post to learn more.



    Troy Kell


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                On this date, July 6, 1999. Philadelphian Serial Killer, Gary Heidnik, was executed by lethal injection at State Correctional Institution – Rockview in Centre County, Pennsylvania. As of 2017, he is the last person to be executed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Please go to this previous blog post to learn more. 

      

    Gary Heidnik

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    On this date, 10 July 2008, an Indonesian Serial Killer, Ahmad Suradji was executed by the firing squad.


    Ahmad Suradji

    Ahmad Suradji (10 January 1949 – 10 July 2008) was a serial killer in Indonesia. Suradji, a cattle-breeder, was also known as Nasib Kelewang, or by his alias Datuk. He admitted to killing 42 girls and women over 11 years. His victims ranged in age from 11 to 30, and were strangled with a cable after being buried up to their waists in the ground as part of a ritual.

    Suradji was arrested on 2 May 1997, after bodies were discovered near his home on the outskirts of Medan, the capital of North Sumatra. He buried his victims in a sugarcane plantation near his home, with heads of the victims facing his house, which he believed would give him extra power.

    He told police that he had a dream in 1988 in which his father's ghost told him to kill 70 women and drink their saliva, so that he could become a mystic healer. As a sorcerer, or dukun, women came to him for spiritual advice or on making themselves more beautiful or richer. His three wives—all sisters—were also arrested for assisting in the murders and helping to hide the bodies. One of his wives, Tumini, was tried as his accomplice. The trial began on 11 December 1997, with a 363-page charge against him, and although Suradji maintained his innocence, he was found guilty on 27 April 1998, by a three-judge panel in Lubuk Pakam. He was sentenced to death by firing squad and executed on 10 July 2008.
      

     A local television station broadcast a chilling re-enactment of how executions are carried out in Indonesia.



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