And we fucking hate you too! BURN IN HELL NIGGER and FUCK YOUR FAMILY TOO!

Torrey McNabb (Source: Alabama Department of Corrections)Torrey McNabb (Source: Alabama Department of Corrections)

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) –The Alabama Department of Corrections executed Torrey McNabb Thursday night for his conviction in the 1997 murder of Montgomery police officer Anderson Gordon. McNabb was declared dead at 9:38 p.m. by lethal injection at Holman Prison in Atmore.

McNabb refused a final breakfast and dinner. He did not want prayer or a chaplin before, during or after the execution, and his final statement was directed at his family and the State of Alabama as they witnessed the execution.

“Mom and sis, look at my eyes, I’ve got no tears in my eyes. I’m unafraid. To the State of Alabama I hate you mother f***er, I hate you.”

McNabb was found guilty of killing Gordon in September 1997. The officer had driven up on an automobile crash caused by McNabb as he fled from a bail bondsman. McNabb opened fire on the officer, killing him.

In addition to members of the media being witnesses, McNabb’s two sisters, mother and two attorneys, as well as the victim’s wife, two children, and three siblings, watched as he was put to death.

The execution started at 8:56 p.m. A defiant McNabb made fists with both hands, then raised both middle fingers. After the injection started, he made eye contact with his family but continued clenching his fists. Following the execution, ADOC Commissioner Jeff Dunn said he considered the movements involuntary and said it was not uncommon.

ADOC officials conducted two consciousness checking on the man, the second around 9:17 p.m. McNabbed reached up with his right arm and moved his head, making a face but never opening his eyes. His attorneys showed concern about his state of consciousness and his family audibly stated their concern that he was still conscious.   (FUCK this niggers family! I hope he WAS alert and felt his breathing stop.)

After 9:20 p.m. witnesses reported there were no movements made by McNabb. At 9:31 p.m. the curtain to the chamber was closed. McNabb was pronounced dead five minutes later.

Following the execution, Gov. Kay Ivey released a statement that reads:

“Though Mr. McNabb did not formally ask for clemency, I gave his case, and his sentence, the deepest level of consideration possible. Whenever an individual in Alabama is scheduled to be executed, I take seriously my responsibility to weigh the circumstances of the case, mitigating and aggravating factors and the need to ensure justice is served.

“Mr. McNabb was convicted by a jury of his peers of killing a police officer who was sitting defenseless in his patrol car, while on duty. Police officers across Alabama make great sacrifices to protect our people and to ensure proper enforcement of our laws. It is tragic that Mr. McNabb chose to murder Officer Anderson Gordon for simply trying to talk to him. Courts at every level have upheld Mr. McNabb’s conviction for his senseless act.

“Due to the nature of his crime, the decision of a jury to condemn him to death and because our legal system has worked as designed, Mr. McNabb’s sentence was carried out.”

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall also released a statement that read:

“The 20-year wait for justice is finally over for the family of Montgomery Police Corporal Anderson Gordon III.   In 1997, Torrey McNabb took the life of Officer Gordon, shooting him five times as he sat in his patrol car. Tonight, the family of Officer Gordon can finally seek peace.”

McNabb’s final week saw a frenzy of court filings by attorneys seeking to delay or stop his execution, as well as state leaders seeking to move forward with capital punishment 20 years after Officer Gordon was gunned down.

A federal judge halted the execution earlier in the week, and the 11th Circuit Court of Criminal Appeals upheld that stay. McNabb was one of several death row inmates challenging the constitutionality of Alabama’s execution by lethal injection.

Thursday afternoon, the Supreme Court vacated a lower court’s order that stayed the execution. Within minutes of that ruling, McNabb’s attorneys sought an emergency motion for a traditional stay of execution from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, which was immediately denied.

McNabb got a short delay when, just minutes before he was to be put to death, his attorneys got notice from the Supreme Court that it was issuing a temporary stay in order to review their emergency request.

Just over two hours later, however, the Supreme Court vacated its temporary stay, giving the convicted man no more avenues to fight his death sentence.

 

And may your black cop killin ass BURN IN HELL MOTHERFUCKER! 

About davesimmons1234

A true American that is sick tired and fed up with minorities,government,and their attempts at turning this Great country into a vast waste land of welfare,thugs and savage black subhumans.Also cannot stand and WILL NOT support "refugees" that are Muslim and hell bent on destroying the USA. FUCK THAT! FULLY SUUPORT DONALD TRUMP and FULLY SUPPORT THE ARREST AND EXECUTION OF OBAMA AND CLINTON AND THE REST OF THEIR ILK FOR TREASON. Will NOT bow to ISLAM or those pussy ass people supporting that Cult NOR will I bend for any liberal Agenda. NRA member, Gun Owner and will take no shit from no one at no time so if you are a snowflake or emo bitch THIS is NOT the page for you.
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