Funny! Works for me.I was thinking about killing someone, and then writing a children's book, but after seeing this post, I have changed my ways, and will seek to live a peaceful existence
I recant my earlier testimony!
Wow.. look at it's little buggy eyeballs.. they're saying something to me..."Eat more Oreos" okay!!
LMFAO... i guess this rules out my who can drink the more acid before dying theory lol
Well then, as long as it works for the Badger, I'll come on board. Yep that was sarcasm.
I've always believed they should bring back public hangings. It would be a great crime deterrent.
you know, i think we should spare him, because he really is a "changed man"i promise, that's what i really believehonest
By Joseph Farah© 2005 WorldNetDaily.comStanley 'Tookie' WilliamsThe convicted quadruple murderer who founded the notorious Crips street ganghas mobilized Hollywood celebrities in a bid to avert execution next monthdespite admitting his crimes to others, the eyewitness accounts ofaccomplices, and a jailhouse plot to escape by killing two sheriff'sdeputies, according to a report of the L.A. County district attorney.Stanley "Tookie" Williams is scheduled to be executed Dec. 13 by lethalinjection but is appealing to California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger forclemency, with the help of celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Jesse Jackson,Desmond Tutu, Harry Belafonte, Russell Crowe, actor Mike Farrell, AcademyAward-winner Jamie Foxx and former model Bianca Jagger.But a review by WND of the Los Angeles County district attorney's responseto the petition for clemency provides a glimpse of the evidence against thenominee for a Nobel Peace Prize.Williams, 51, was convicted of the 1979 murders of Tsai-Shai Yang, Yen-IYang, Yee-Chen Lin and Albert Owens in two separate robberies. Imprisonedsince 1981, he is asking Schwarzenegger to grant him clemency because hesays he has earned redemption through the writing of children's books."Stanley Williams does not deserve this mercy," said the DA's report to thegovernor. "In fact, despite the overwhelming nature of the evidence againsthim, and despite the non-existence of any credible defense, Stanley Williamshas steadfastly refused to take any responsibility for the brutal,destructive, and murderous acts he committed. Without such responsibility,there can be no redemption, there can be no atonement, and there should beno mercy."Though Williams has steadfastly denied committing the four murders, the DA'sreport says he admitted the crimes to the following people:James Garrett, a man with whom Williams lived most of the time before andafter the murders were committed. The DA says Garrett possessed specificdetails of the crime and that Williams threatened to kill one of hisaccomplices, Alfred Coward.Ester Garrett, the wife of James Garrett, who said Williams characterizedthe Taiwanese motel owners murdered in one of the robberies as"Buddhaheads." She said Williams also admitted killing another "white dude"for $63 and indicated he was also considering killing Coward.Coward, one of Williams' accomplices, testified that Williams laughed aboutthe murder of Owens. "You should have heard the way he sounded when I shothim," Coward recalled Williams saying. He followed this statement withgrowling noises.Tony Sims, another accomplice did not testify in the Williams' case becausehe was not offered immunity. But his sworn testimony in his own trial, inwhich he received a life sentence, corroborated the account of Coward. Insubsequent parole hearings over the last 26 years, his account of Williams'execution-style murders of the victims has never changed.In addition, the DA report says Williams implicated himself in the murdersat the motel by telling deputies after his arrest that five shots werefired."Williams, in a moment of mistaken candor, provided detectives withinformation only the killer would know," the report says. "Moreover, herepeated that knowledge twice. When confronted with this apparent knowledge,Williams against acting as the guilty party, retracted the statements anddenied saying what he had just been heard to say. These statements andWilliams' immediate retraction of them are admissions to the Brookhaven(Motel) murders. Williams knew five shots were fired because it was Williamswho pulled the trigger each of those five times."The DA report also contains revelations about a plot by Williams to escapefrom the Los Angeles County Jail, killing two deputies in the process andthen murdering Coward.Rapper Snoop Dogg rallies on behalf of Tookie WilliamsThat plan was disclosed by fellow inmate George Oglesby, who providedhandwritten notes and detailed maps. Two armed people on the outside were toaid the plan, which involved blowing up a prisoner transport bus withdynamite to delay identification of who escaped.In one of those notes, Williams wrote that Coward was a "heartbeat away fromdeath." Oglesby said Williams planned to kill Coward because he was awitness against him.While Williams' celebrity cheerleaders have claimed he has been a modelprisoner throughout his sentence and have pointed to this as evidence of hisrehabilitation, the DA's report contains 11 examples of incidents for whichhe was disciplined, beginning in 1981 and continuing through 1993. Theyinclude:a violent fight with another inmate June 30, 1981, in which he repeatedlystruck the prisoner while kneeling over him;a refusal to line up for a return to his cell Jan. 26, 1982, in which hethreatened a guard;throwing a chemical substance in the eyes of a guard Jan. 28, 1982, in anattack that resulted in chemical burns and emergency treatment;a second attack on a guard with a chemical substance Jan. 29, 1982;an attack on another inmate Feb. 16, 1984, in which Williams only stoppedbeating the prisoner when a warning shot was fired;a threat to kill a guard June 8, 1984;the beating of another inmate July 4, 1986 that only ceased when armedofficers arrived on the scene;another fight with an inmate that led to his own stabbing, reportedlyretaliation for his ordering another inmate to be stabbed;his continued association with the Crips street gang led to administrativesegregation Oct. 19, 1988;the beating of another inmate Dec. 24, 1991, that only stopped after awarning shot was fired;another fight with other inmates July 6, 1993, in which a stabbinginstrument (shank) was recovered.The DA's report also says Williams threatened all of the jurors after theyfound him guilty."Specifically, the defendant looked at the jurors and said he 'was going toget all' of them," said the report. "After learning of this threat, thetrial judge inquired of the jury foreperson. The foreperson confirmed thedefendant mouthed the words 'I'm going to get each and every one of youm-----f------."The DA also points out that Williams has steadfastly refused to be debriefedabout his in-depth knowledge of the Crips street gang."This gang is responsible for the regular commission of crimes such asmurder, rape, robbery and drug sales," says the report. "The gang has takenover large areas of many of our communities. As a result, hard-working,law-abiding citizens are forced to live in daily fear that gang membersmight take their lives."In 2004, the city of Los Angeles alone, gang crimes accounted for 291homicides, 717 attempted homicides, 2,616 felony assaults, 61 attacks onpolice officers, 2,308 robberies, 44 kidnappings, 36 rapes, 754 acts ofwitness intimidation, 20 acts of extortion and 188 carjackings."Although Stanley Williams is not directly responsible for every gang crimecommitted today, he was an integral founding member of a gang that hascontributed, and continues to contribute, to the gang problem withdevastating force," says the report. "This plague on our society continuesto spread, and continues to take lives on a daily basis. Williams unleashedthis violence in no less a manner than if he had released a deadly virusinto our communities."Williams' lawyers are reportedly trying to secure a meeting withSchwarzenegger in their bid for clemency.
badgerbob - You know, Madonna also writes children's books. I'd kill her in a second. Hulabelly - I think his eyes were saying "Drink more beer." Cause, if I were going to die, I'd get really drunk first. rude - He's not dead yet, maybe you can still get him to drink some acid. I'll get the funnel.willow - It's killing time. If it makes you feel bad, I'll do it myself. Just don't tell the Crips it was me; I have enough problems already. drunkbh – Fuckin’ A right. In my college ethics class the argument against public executions was "people in the crowd will get robbed." I called bullshit then, and I stand by it. j holden - Firstly, he never repented for all the awful things he did (nor did he condemn the actions of the Crips gang, which he started). Secondly, even if he had, he is still a criminal. He was sentenced, he has to pay. Be thankful I'm not god, I am merciless and I thrive on revenge.
Morbid said, willow - It's killing time. If it makes you feel bad, I'll do it myself. Just don't tell the Crips it was me; I have enough problems already. What to do, what to do. It's killing time, but if I say I don't like to kill, then I look like a wuss. If I say, I do, then I come across as a psychopath. I hate these fucking decisions.
just thinking - Stanley "Tookie" Williams. Cold-blooded, murdering founder of the Crips gang. willow - Easy decision, willow. Better to be a psychopath than a wussy. Do you smell that frying? That's justice, baby! Whoooooo!
it looks like our brilliant governor has decided to give cooky tookie a clemency hearing. The family members of his victims must be pissed.
badgerbob - Goddamnit Arnold! What? Did you lose your mind when all of your propositions for CA were voted down? Perhaps Arnold is just trying to boost his popularity to try and get re-elected. Whatever he's thinking, it's pissing me off. And you're right. The families of tookie's victims must feel like they got kicked in the gut. Fuckin' California! Fuckin' bleeding-heart, nosey, self-important, bullshit, protesting celebrities!
Ah, I see I should be actually reading the super long comments above me... Willow-- I like the super rational killer image myself.
Tookie is gone !
just thinking - Yay! I wish the execution would have been televized.
ummm.... anyone ever tell you you're kinda morbid ?
just thinking - Morbid? I can't say that I've ever been associated with that word before.
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