"Texas Seven" Cop Killer Michael Anthony Rodriguez Executed
August 15, 2008
Before Mr. Rodriguez and six others overpowered workers at a maximum-security prison in South Texas in 2000, he had been serving a life sentence for paying a hit man $2,000 to kill his wife, Theresa Rodriguez, in 1992.
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ROB ROY @ 8/16/2008 6:27 AM
I havebeen doing this for 24+ years and it's alway's has been a wonder to me that Jesus has been in every institution I've worked in. This scum of the earth go out and kill and rape, get arrested, convicted, then after 8-20+ years on death row they want us to believe they have found GOD and have mended thier way's. BULLS**T. I've sat off to the side and listned to them brag to other inmate's after coming from a parole hearing about how they convinced the parole board that they have learned thier lesson. These turd's are so stupid they actually think we believe them. Now come's the death penalty protester's saying it's racist and it's against the poor. Well I'am sorry but Bill Gate's and the crowd he run's with are not holding up liquor store's and killing the poor guy/gal behind the counter. We need to go back to hanging them!!!!
fcfurino670 @ 8/18/2008 4:51 AM
AMEN to Rob Roy's post!
jparedes @ 8/18/2008 3:54 PM
As a Hispanic officer I feel offended when anyone calls racist the "application of law."
This lady needs to understand that before the laws of this Great Nation were written, there was and is One Supreme Law that is over everything and anything, the Law of God and He clearly said it "an eye for an eye..."
God said it and it is good enough for me, this is the Law that I live by and the Law that I uphold.
Being forgiven by God has nothing to do with the consecuences of our actions - the Bible tells us that we "reap what we sow..." - forgiveness is one thing, facing the consecuences of our actions is another thing.
The law sees no color, race or gender - it is fair and if those people stay out of the way perhaps we could get more accomplish when we try to do our jobs.
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