Gov. Scott stands strong on death penalty | HeraldTribune.com
“Death sentences are what results in executions,” Dieter said.
via Gov. Scott stands strong on death penalty | HeraldTribune.com.
Rarely do “reporters” make their he said/she said stenography so absurdly obvious as in the example above from a lengthy “news” article, which provides no news at all.
While “Death sentences are what results in executions” is reminiscent of Yogi Berra’s endearing circular thinking, there is not one damn thing endearing about Florida framing William “Tommy” Zeigler for the murders of his wife, his in-laws and Charlie Mays, and keeping the frame-up intact with a mountain of public corruption … and stenography.
It was especially not endearing for U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to pull a Pontius Pilate act and wash his hands of reviewing the components of Tommy’s frame-up. Roberts likely already knew that Tommy’s trial judge overrode the jury to impose a death sentence, and that the judge and Tommy had previously been embroiled in a heated conflict, on opposing sides, with the judge siding with the racists, not Tommy. Tommy never had one (1) fair day in court, in 38 years.
Please read the downloadable free book Zeigler, through Vidster’s eyes (one of three establishing his innocence) to verify that I’m not wasting my time and yours – according to DNA – and then please fight like hell for Tommy. Email Governor Rick Scott at Scott Open Government <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Tweet him @FLGovScott.
Give Rick Scott no peace until he opens an investigation into Tommy’s frame-up, which contemptible prosecutors lewdly sewed to Gary Bennett’s frame-up, with Rick Scott’s permission via renewing the multiply-tainted transfer of Gary’s case from another circuit infamous for its frame-ups.
There is a narrowing window to save Tommy, not only because of Florida’s ghastly Timely Justice act, but because the “Right to Forget” is going to swiftly make the truth unavailable online.
The death penalty is barbaric. When the death penalty is done in our names, doesn’t that make ALL of us guilty of murder?
Thank you for your comment. I agree that the death penalty is barbaric, but I don’t agree that those of us who keep calling for its end are in any way guilty of murder. I believe that only Americans that cling to the belief that two wrongs make a right have blood on their hands.