There’s good news and bad news for Ohio death row inmate  Darryl Durr, who is scheduled to be executed this week for the rape and murder of sixteen year old Angel Vincent, whom Durr abducted from her home and killed in 1988.

Durr has been waging a prolonged legal battle, at taxpayer expense, to avoid execution, claiming everything from innocence to ineffective legal counsel, to unlawful instructions to the jury by the judge in his trial.

His latest ploy was to claim that he is allergic to the anesthesia that will be used in his execution, and therefore his sentence should be commuted to life in prison. Durr claimed that the allergy will cause him to suffer during his execution.

I guess this maggot has forgotten how his young victim suffered as he raped her, and then strangled her with a dog chain. After the murder, Durr bragged to his girlfriend that Miss Vincent wet her pants and defecated as he was strangling her, then he stuffed her body into a trash container, where it was found three months later, badly decomposed. After gloating over his vicious crime, Durr casually threw the girl’s  ring and bracelet on a night stand, and then went to sleep.

Well, here’s the bad news, Darryl. Last week District Court Judge Gregory Frost tossed out this latest ridiculous attempt to save your worthless life. At this time, the execution is scheduled to go on as planned.

But there is good news too, dear Darryl. The drugs act fast and you’ll be in hell before you know it. Your death will be much more merciful than Angel Vincent’s was. You won’t be sneezing long.

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14 Comments on You Won’t Sneeze Long

  1. Gary says:

    Nick
    Short comment as in all executions it is long overdue. While I do agree with those who say that, the death penalty is no deterrent. It is always a guaranteed fact that at least the dead scumbag will never get the chance to kill again.

  2. Dale says:

    We can only hope that with DNA evidence behind current convictions that these protracted legal battles will cease. It was understandable that our legal system tried to protect a wrongfully convicted person (look at the multiple stories where DAs withheld evidence, etc.). But with scientific evidence, all the other legal maneuvering should fall to the side of the road.

    This guy has had over 20 years that his victim didn’t.

  3. Connie Braidh says:

    Unfortunately the only way to make sure that these kind of people don’t do it again is to terminate them from society. It would be wonderful if these kind of people didn’t exist. However, since they do and since rehabilitation doesn’t seem to work (seem all the studies and multiple serial criminals that exist) we need to eliminate them ASAP. As Dale said with DNA testing society should be able to more quickly and more reliably identify the correct person who committed the crime.
    The people I really feel sorry for are the families of the victims. No one seems to care or know how they are feeling or coping after having to deal for years with the appeals and the possibility that the criminal will get out. What if he goes after other family members? What if he kills someone else? It must be awful for them. I don’t see any advocacy group protesting for them. Many of our priorities as a society are misplaced.

  4. Kenneth says:

    May he find the mercy of a rapid death.
    And a very warm fire to sit on from here on out.

  5. MichaelG says:

    I kind of doubt the criminals are directing their own defense or coming up with all these delays. That’s done by their state-appointed lawyers.

    And I think the principle is right — if the prosecution wants to kill someone, they’d better have their argument down pat. The only reason there are so many delays is that in many cases, the evidence is thin and the prosecution is sloppy. Remember that judges approve every one of these retrials before they even start.

    Everyone should get a defense, even the worst of people.

  6. ken t says:

    Short and sweet; 2 Weeks to get their stuff together,A choice of
    fireing squad or hangsman noose! everything else is a waste of
    the taxpayers dollors and way too humane! The death penalty IS A
    DETERRANT! I guarantee that those skumbags won’t be doing anything wrong again,EVER and bystanders should learn a lot also.
    All salvaged body parts,except their brains ,should be donated to others that really need them.We have been coddling criminals way too long. Lets all step up to the plate and make a difference-NOW Ken T.

  7. foxriverguy says:

    Ken T has it all wrong. We should only give them one week to get their stuff together.

  8. Brenda Brown says:

    I am a unfortunate person of a family member of a murder victim my only sister was stabbed to death and after three years of the police pissing around with the legal system this person got his own justice by someone killing him. I can’t say it gave me any peace but I guess it is in it self its own brand of justice. No one can ever no the feeling of losing someone in such a tragic and horrible way. I do agree with the death penalty and it should not take so long for this to happen. We live in Canada and really we don’t have a legal system and I was told he would have only gotten a man slaughter charge. Now that is a real deterrent.

  9. Jerry says:

    This is a classic example of these scumbags sitting on death row too damn long at OUR expense! The sentencing day to the execution day has got to be cut to a minimum. Thirty days is more than enough. If they are found guilty beyond reasonable doubt, get’r done! This BS of letting the lawyers get rich while we bleed to death paying higher taxes has got to stop! We need a Supreme Court that has the balls to set limits on appeals.

  10. Michelle says:

    I kind of doubt the criminals are directing their own defense or coming up with all these delays. That’s done by their state-appointed lawyers.

    And I think the principle is right — if the prosecution wants to kill someone, they’d better have their argument down pat. The only reason there are so many delays is that in many cases, the evidence is thin and the prosecution is sloppy. Remember that judges approve every one of these retrials before they even start.

    Everyone should get a defense, even the worst of people.

  11. Steve R. says:

    20 YEARS FOR A GOOD DEFENSE, Hang ’em high, shoot him or whatever else you will, but time to deliver him to his final judge.

  12. Rick says:

    Amen to the above.

  13. Anthony says:

    Short and sweet; 2 Weeks to get their stuff together,A choice of
    fireing squad or hangsman noose! everything else is a waste of
    the taxpayers dollors and way too humane! The death penalty IS A
    DETERRANT! I guarantee that those skumbags won’t be doing anything wrong again,EVER and bystanders should learn a lot also.
    All salvaged body parts,except their brains ,should be donated to others that really need them.We have been coddling criminals way too long. Lets all step up to the plate and make a difference-NOW Ken T.

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