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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