Skip to comments.DNA Links Executed Convict to 1984 Triple Murder
Posted on 01/19/2014 2:07:30 PM PST by nickcarraway
A killer who was executed in Missouri for the 1987 murder of a 12-year-old girl was also responsible for a long-unsolved triple homicide in Iowa three years earlier, investigators announced Friday.
New DNA evidence implicates Andrew W. Six in the 1984 bludgeoning deaths of 20-year-old Justin Hook Jr.; Hook's fiancee, 19-year-old Tina Lade; and Hook's mother, 41-year-old Sara Link, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and Wapello County Sheriff Mark Miller announced.
"What we know for sure is that Andy Six is responsible," Miller said at a news conference at his office in Ottumwa, in southeast Iowa.
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dig him up and execute him again...
The anticipation of death is worse than death itself. Hope he went screaming.
He murdered that little girl in Missouri, that is why he was executed.
Had he murdered her in Iowa, where both he and the girl lived, he would still be alive, and coddled in an Iowa prison, protected by the ICLU.
Another reason to hate the limp-wristed, RINO filled GOP in Iowa; they have done absolutely nothing to bring back the death penalty in Iowa the last 50 years, even though polls have shown 75% of Iowans are in favor of its return.
“The anticipation of death is worse than death itself. Hope he went screaming.”
I find it difficult to understand how you can be certain that one thing, which you may have experienced, is worse than another which you obviously have NOT experienced.
The anticipation of death. Think about it.
I have experienced the anticipation of death, fortunately it did not actually happen. I have NOT experienced actual death therefore I will not be so bold as to claim to know that it is not as bad as the anticipation.
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