HolyCoast: Convicted Murderer Mocks Oregon Governor For His Liberal Weakness

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Convicted Murderer Mocks Oregon Governor For His Liberal Weakness

A liberal squish gets his comeuppance at the hands of a murderer:
A condemned inmate who was scheduled to be executed next month is slamming Gov. John Kitzhaber for giving him a reprieve, saying the governor didn't have the guts to carry out the execution.

Two-time murderer Gary Haugen had voluntarily given up his legal challenges, saying he wants to be executed in protest of a criminal justice system he views as broken. But Kitzhaber on Tuesday said he won't allow anyone to be executed while he is in office, calling Oregon's death penalty scheme "compromised and inequitable."

But in a telephone interview with the Statesman Journal ( http://stjr.nl/tSY0qo ) on Friday, Haugen mocked Kitzhaber.

"I feel he's a paper cowboy," he said. "He couldn't pull the trigger."
So, governor, how is society better off by keeping this vermin alive?

1 comment:

Sam L. said...

Oregon voters have twice voted to keep the death penalty. Not sure how that happened, given how liberal Oregon is.