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Monday, January 16, 2006

Recent comments on Mary Sue Kitts 

Tammy Swofford said this tomorrow (this is dated 17 January, but I'm reading it on 16 January here in the Western U.S.):

Today, he dies for the crimes of murder of which he was convicted. His first murder conviction was for the death of Mary Sue Kitts, who he tried to poison with cyanide capsules. When that didn't work, he hired a man to just strangle her and be done with it. The murder was in 1974 and his conviction in 1977.

Not being one to lie low, and hoping to somehow influence the appeal process in his favor, he hooked up with a man named Billy Ray Hamilton while in prison and ordered a hit on witnesses to his first crime. Mr. Hamilton took a shotgun at close range to the heads and chests of four people. Three died and one was saved by raising his elbow to shield his face. For that little vendetta, the charges were three counts of first degree murder with special circumstances and one count of murder.

From Connie Munson:

[He] was convicted of murder in 1974 for murdering his own son's girlfriend because she was a witness to a burglery that Allen had led of a grocery store. While [he] was in prision for that murder he ordered three deaths of persons who worked at that same grocery store - one of them being witness to the original murder of his son's girlfriend in 1980. Basically he is reponsible for four person's deaths - which stemmed from stealing money. His plea for clemency calling it cruel and unusual - is sickening to me. I can't help but wonder where his compassion was when he killed Mary Sue Kitts or arranged for three other muders after that.

From sfgate.com:

[H]e wanted Bryon Schletewitz, Raymond Schletewitz and six others dead for testifying against him during his 1977 trial for the murder of Mary Sue Kitts, his son's 17-year-old girlfriend, authorities said.

[He] believed Kitts had gone to the Schletewitzes three years earlier and told them that he and a group of accomplices were responsible for a burglary at Fran's Market that year. [He] owned a security outfit, but he also plotted robberies and couldn't abide "rats," prosecutors said.

He ordered a hit on Kitts. The teen was strangled and thrown into the Friant-Kern Canal. Her body was never found.

[This wonderful elderly man], who was sentenced to life in prison, planned to eliminate the prosecution witnesses so they wouldn't be around for his appeal.

From deathpenalty.org (Mike Farrell's outfit - emphasis mine):

[He] was convicted in 1982 for ordering the murders of three individuals while serving a life sentence at Folsom State Prison for the murder of a young woman in 1974. Billy Hamilton, the man who actually perpetrated the three murders, also received a death sentence.

Mike Farrell should fly the free bird plane so that he can ask, "What's your name, little girl, what's your name?"

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