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Choice News FRIDAY, JAN 27, 2012  |  4 comments
North Carolina Death Row Inmate Writes Letter About Life of 'Leisure'
A convicted murderer on death row in North Carolina wrote a taunting letter to his hometown newspaper about his life of "leisure" in prison and making a mockery of the legal system.

Danny Robbie Hembree Jr. was found guilty of murdering 17-year-old Heather Catterton in 2009 and was sentenced to death on Nov. 18, 2011.

"Is the public aware that I am a gentleman of leisure, watching color TV in the A.C., reading, taking naps at will, eating three well balanced hot meals a day," Hembree asked in the letter. "I'm housed in a building that connects to the new 55 million dollar hospital with round the clock free medical care 24/7." ...


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I wonder if North Carolina appointed Catholic judges to its Supreme Court? As you know, the Catholic Church does not support the death penalty and actively fights against it. One sneaky way of stopping the death penalty was the humane death by electrocution. While the less humane chemical method (I can see why instead of a three drug cocktail, an overdose of an opiate would be better?) The drugs have to come from a particular manufacturer, who doesn't really want to make them--another company owned by a good Catholic?
Of course, murderers can live the good life, because they do not get the punishment that fits the crime.
I am Catholic and yet I am for the death penalty because it is a waste of the taxpayers money to keep individuals convicted of first degree homicide alive in prison. The Catholic Church is not really against the death penalty. It states that the death penalty can be utilized by the government. If I was a prison warden I would make life so miserable for the inmates by making them break big rocks into little rocks and treat them like the scum of the earth that they are. Then they will wish that they had been law abiding citizens.
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BNewman | Michigan  Contact via emailFind all comments by BNewman
As an ex-corrections officer, take my word for it, no one in any jail or prison is living a life of leisure! This death row prisoner is filled with delusions.
Could this be just another case of the greed of the press wanting to make a buck in printing more garbage with all their spin thrown in the mix...?
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Susan in Alaska | ALASKA  Find all comments by Susan in Alaska
Oh! But he can strut all he wants before our God, but in the end God will be vindicated.
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I wonder if North Carolina appointed Catholic judges to its Supreme Court? As you know, the Catholic Church does not support the death penalty and actively fights against it. One sneaky way of stopping the death penalty was the humane death by electrocution. While the less humane chemical method (I can see why instead of a three drug cocktail, an overdose of an opiate would be better?) The drugs have to come from a particular manufacturer, who doesn't really want to make them--another company owned by a good Catholic?

Of course, murderers can live the good life, because they do not get the punishment that fits the crime.

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