Arkansas Executes another Black Death Row Inmate–4th in 8 Days


Arkansas! Executing the black murderers that other states won’t execute. The world is a little safer now that two time murderer Kenneth Williams has left it.

VARNER, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas executed its fourth inmate in eight days Thursday night, wrapping up an accelerated schedule of lethal injections that was set to beat the expiration date of one of the drugs.

Kenneth Williams, 38, was pronounced dead at 11:05 p.m., 13 minutes after the execution began at the Cummins Unit prison at Varner. A prison spokesman said Williams shook for approximately 10 seconds, about three minutes into the lethal injection.

An Associated Press reporter who witnessed the execution said Williams lurched and convulsed several times during the execution.

“I extend my sincerest of apologies to the families I have senselessly wronged and deprived of their loved ones,” Williams said in a final statement he read from the death chamber. “… I was more than wrong. The crimes I perpetrated against you all was senseless, extremely hurtful and inexcusable.” Williams also spoke in tongues during his last statement.

Williams was sentenced to death for killing a former deputy warden after he escaped from prison in 1999. At the time of his escape in a 500-gallon barrel of hog slop, Williams was less than three weeks into a life term for the death of a college cheerleader.

Arkansas had scheduled eight executions over an 11-day period before one of its lethal injection drugs expires on Sunday. That would have been the most in such a compressed period since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976, but courts issued stays for four of the inmates.

Who says the death penalty doesn’t work? Kenneth Williams won’t be killing a warden, another prisoner, or anybody else.

Arkansas Executions: One Down, One to Go



Breaking: Marcel Williams got lucky tonight when a judge postponed his execution a few minutes ago, as reported by the Los Angeles Times. His lawyer claimed that the Jones execution did not go well. Even those being put to death for heinous crimes have rights to go peacefully. Williams warrant for execution expires at midnight. If the judge does not reverse her order by then, Williams may escape death.


Arkansas has executed Jack Jones Jr. the first of two inmates scheduled to die on Monday night.

A flurry of legal challenges, court rulings and reversals has interfered with the state’s unprecedented plan to execute eight men by lethal injection in 11 days.

Of the four executions scheduled prior to today, three were ultimately stayed. One man, Ledell Lee, was killed, just four minutes before his death warrant was set to expire; it was the first execution Arkansas carried out in 12 years.

Marcel Williams is also scheduled to die on Monday night.

If both Jones and Williams are killed on Monday, it will be the first double execution carried out in the U.S. since 2000.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said after Jones was executed that the law was upheld.

“The victim’s family has waited patiently for justice during that time. The jury sentenced Jack Jones to death, and his sentence was upheld by judges and reviewed thoroughly in courts of appeal at each level.

“A governor never asks for this responsibility, but I accept it as part of the solemn pledge I made to uphold the law. Jack Jones expressed his willingness to proceed today, and we hope this will help bring closure to the Phillips family.”

Another inmate, Kenneth Williams, is set to be executed this Thursday. inmate Jason McGehee also had been scheduled to die that day, but a parole board has recommended his life be spared and a judge ruled that the state had to allow a 30-day period for public comment before making a final decision.

That pushes McGehee’s execution past the end of the month — which means, for now, it is effectively stayed. The state’s supply of one of the drugs used in its lethal injection protocol, midazolam, expires at the end of April, which is why officials set such a rapid schedule of executions.

The executions were briefly blocked by decisions in both state court and federal court. But then on Monday, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected concerns over the method and pace of the executions, and the Arkansas Supreme Court overturned objections to how the state acquired one its drugs.

The higher courts’ decisions paved the way for executions to move forward, unless an inmate receives an individual stay.

Lawyers for both Jack Jones and Marcel Williams have sought such stays, including through appeals based on the inmates’ poor health. The lawyers say the inmates’ current medical issues — and drugs used to treat them — might interfere with the lethal injection protocol and cause them to feel extreme pain.

Jacob Rosenberg, a reporter for the Arkansas Times, told NPR on Sunday that the men also have claims of intellectual disability.

“Marcel Williams has a very compelling case that’s been discussed where he had a pretty horrific childhood growing up of sexual abuse, and that wasn’t brought up at trial,” Rosenberg said. “The reason that matters is because with the imposition of the death penalty, there’s something called mitigating circumstances. And so those need to be brought up at trial because those mitigating circumstances, like mental health, could stop the death penalty’s imposition.”

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has said it’s his duty to carry out the men’s sentences and that the executions will bring closure to victims’ families.

Arkansas begins 11-day ‘run’ of executions


The left is desperately trying to outlaw the death penalty in America, even though there are academic studies showing that it has a deterrent effect. Executions should be swift and highly publicized.

The deaths of convicts may be gruesome but how much more gruesome were the deaths of the victims.

Sky News

Ledell Lee was on death row for bludgeoning neighbour Debra Reese to death with a wrench her husband had given her for protection.

Arkansas has carried out its first execution since 2005 – the first of eight which the state had originally planned to carry out by lethal injection over a period of 11 days.

Ledell Lee was pronounced dead at 11.56pm local time on Thursday, four minutes before his death warrant was due to expire.

Last-minute appeals seeking to conduct DNA testing in an attempt to prove his innocence were rejected less than an hour before his death.

The execution process took two minutes, during which Lee lay covered with a sheet, with his arms extended and his head and hands covered with leather straps.

He made no final statement and is reported to have shown no apparent signs of suffering during the execution.

A spokesman for Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson, who scheduled the multiple executions, said: “Justice was carried out.”

The 51-year-old was put on death row for the 1993 murder of his neighbour Debra Reese, who Lee struck 36 times with a wheel wrench her husband gave her for protection.

He was arrested less than half-an-hour after she was killed, spending money he had stolen from her. He always claimed his innocence.


Arkansas officials have been trying to push through the run of executions because the state’s supply of midazolam expires at the end of April and the chances of getting a substitute are slim.

However, last-minute court challenges have derailed three other executions scheduled for this week.

An earlier order halting the use of vercuronium bromide – one of the three drugs used in the state’s lethal injection process – was overturned by the court.

Drug company McKesson Medical Surgical Inc said the drug had been sold to the state for medical purposes, not capital punishment.

The makers of the other two drugs being used in the process – midazolam and potassium chloride – were blocked from intervening in the case.

Two more inmates are set to die on Monday, and one on 27 April. Another inmate scheduled for execution next week has received a stay.

Arkansas dropped plans to execute a second inmate, Stacey Johnson, on the same day. He will now be seeking more DNA tests in the hope of proving his innocence.

The death penalty was reinstated in America in 1976.

Muh holocaust. They’ve killed an innocent man because he’s a Nigger.

ISIS Proves Again That Homosexuals Cannot Fly

homo dangling

Diversity is our strength. We need more cultural enrichment.

Please, President Obama, tell us again how Muslims built America. Then, sir, give us Muslims. Millions and millions of them to enrich us.

However Obama acts out his claim that we need more dune coons in the USA, the American and Israeli created ISIS has shown its appeal to some young Muslims living in the West. Maybe they don’t like homosexuals? Or maybe living in the West among sodomite worshipers disturbed them.

Sodomy is destructive to any society, but flying Muslims are not the type of humane response we in the West would wish for sodomites. The should be sent to work camps where their destructiveness is confined to each other. There, they should be made to work to pay for their food, clothing, and shelter, so as not to be a drag on taxpayers.

homo mid air

Daily Mail

Depraved militants fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq have brutally murdered three gay men by throwing them from the top of a high building in front of a huge crowd of bloodthirsty onlookers.

Disturbing photographs of the atrocity – believed to have been taken place in ISIS’ stronghold Mosul – shows one man being dangled over the edge of the building by his ankles before being dropped.

In the event the horrifically injured men are not killed upon impact with the ground, the baying crowd are encouraged to surge forward and stone them to death with a mass of rocks helpfully provided by the ISIS savages who organise the terror group’s sickening public executions.

bloodthirsty crowd

Pictures: ISIS Executes Faggots by Tossing Them From A Rooftop


Homosexuals are death to a society. They spread perversion. They lead to lower population growth. They drag children into their sick culture. Thus, they should be forced to undergo conversion therapy to cure their mental sickness.

And it is sick to want to spend your life seeking out strangers whose anus you have some perverted desire to stick your penis in.

Those whose sickness is too severe to be cured should be sent to special prisons, where the prisoners are exclusively other homosexuals. There they should be made to work to pay for their upkeep.

The ISIS model of savage cruelty pictured here is not worthy of Western man. Traditionally, in the West, homosexual acts were a crime, but not punishable by the death penalty.

Criminalizing homosexuality kept families intact and protected children. It’s where we would be if the US Supreme Court had not discovered after more than 200 years a Constitutional right to butt banging.



Source: The Gateway Pundit

Texas Set to Execute Black Lesbian Female Convicted of Murder of GIRLFRIEND’S Son

Lisa Ann Coleman--she's been eating well, it appears from her pictures, but tomorrow she won't be stuffing that ugly face anymore

Lisa Ann Coleman–she’s been eating well, it appears from her pictures, but tomorrow she won’t be stuffing that ugly face anymore

Libturd lesbians and other assorted freaks are calling the execution of Miss Coleman a state sanctioned murder, being done because she’s black and a carpet muncher. How convenient of them to overlook the dead body.

Daily Mail

A Texas woman who has been on death row for eight years following the 2004 death of her girlfriend’s son will be executed tomorrow.

Lisa Ann Coleman, 38, of Arlington, Texas, was found guilty of capital murder in the death of nine-year-old Davontae Williams, who had been beaten and bound, and whose body bore more than 250 scars when officials discovered him on July 26, 2004.

He had also been starved, weighing a mere 35 pounds at the time of his death.

Davontae Williams--dead of a beating and starvation, he was nine years old when he was murdered a decade ago

Davontae Williams–dead of a beating and starvation, he was nine years old when he was murdered a decade ago

I call this case a threefer. One violent female Negro dead, a Negro sprog who would be 19 and probably in trouble if he lived, and a third Negro woman in prison. That’s three parasites the tax dollars of decent working people don’t have to support anymore.

Well, the one in prison we do have to support, but at least she’s not out killing innocent folks.

Marcella Williams--serving a life sentence for the murder of her son

Marcella Williams–serving a life sentence for the murder of her son

If you oppose the Second Amendment, then this is what you support. Think about it!….