He Raped And Murdered A Small Child, His Final Words Are Absolutely Bone Chilling…

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“My body is on fire,” quoted from the ‘Opposing Views’ report.

Oklahoma executed convicted murderer and rapist Charles Warner, its first execution since a faulty lethal injection last April sparked widespread criticism and led the state to draw up new protocols for its death chamber.

Charles Warner

Warner, who was sentenced to death for the 1997 rape and killing of his then-girlfriend’s 11-month-old girl, had his last-minute appeal with the Supreme Court denied.  Less than 90 minutes later he was pronounced dead.

This is the first execution in the state since the execution of Clayton Lockett which did not go as planned. Lockett’s execution in April 2014 went wrong when one of his veins failed, the lethal drug was not injected directly into his blood and his death was drawn out rather than planned. Executions were suspended until an investigation into the process was conducted and changes were implemented.

Warner gave a lengthy statement prior to his death, according to media witnesses Sean Murphy, who is a Capitol correspondent for the Associated Press. He also said that Warner offered a final statement before the execution saying, in part, that he apologized for the pain that was caused and said that he wasn’t a monster.

“Before I give my final statement I’ll tell you they poked me five times,” Murphy quoted Warner as saying. “It hurts. It feels like acid.

“I’m sorry for all the pain that was caused,” Warner continued. “I’m not a monster “I didn’t do everything they said I did. I love people. I love my family. I love Jesus. Tell my baby girl she means the world to me.

“Thanks for being a wonderful mother,” Warner said to family members present. “Thanks for being a beautiful sister. I love everybody. Thank you. It feels like acid.”

More details from ‘Opposing Views’ report:

According to NBC, after the first of the three drugs was administered, Warner said, “My body is on fire. No one should go through this. I’m not afraid to die.” He showed no other signs of physical distress afterwards.

He was declared dead at 7:28 p.m Central Time.

Madeline Cohen, Warner’s attorney, was there to witness the executions and said that due to a second drug, a paralytic, there was no way to tell if Warner was suffering or not.

“Because Oklahoma injected Mr. Warner with a paralytic tonight, acting as a chemical veil, we will never know whether he experienced the intense pain of suffocation and burning that would result from injecting a conscious person with rocuronium bromide and potassium chloride,” Cohen said.

Sources: Opposingviews, The Huffington PostNBCCNN

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