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Death Row Inmate Trottie Executed for 1993 Murders

Discussion in 'Murder & Genocide Images' started by DeathsDoor, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. DeathsDoor

    DeathsDoor Knock Knock

    Texas death row inmate Willie Tyrone Trottie was executed by lethal injection Wednesday evening September 10, 2014 in Huntsville for the 1993 murders of his ex-girlfriend and her brother.

    Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman Jason Clark confirmed that Trottie, 45, was injected with pentobarbital and pronounced dead at 6:35 p.m. for the 1993 murders of Barbara Nell Canada, 24, and her brother, Titus Canada, 29.
    The young Willie Tyrone Trottie

    Trottie asked for forgiveness before he received the lethal injection.

    Willie Tyrone Trottie

    "I love you all," Trottie said, according to a statement released by TDCJ officials. Find it in your hearts to forgive me. I'm sorry, stay strong. Jesus take me home."

    The Associated Press reported that after about eight breaths, Trottie opened his mouth to exhale, closed it and then made no further movement. He died 22 minutes after the lethal dose was administered.

    Trottie became the eighth inmate to die by lethal injection this year in Texas and the 516th since the state reinstated the death penalty in 1982.

    Original story:

    A Texas death row inmate who fatally shot his estranged girlfriend and her brother in 1993 is scheduled to be executed Wednesday night in Huntsville.

    Willie Tyrone Trottie, a former delivery man and security guard who turned 45 this week, was convicted of the May 3, 1993 murder of Barbara Nell Canada, 24, and her brother, Titus Canada, 29.

    If carried out as scheduled, Trottie will become the eighth inmate to die by lethal injection this year in Texas and the 516th since the state reinstated the death penalty in 1982.

    Trottie became estranged from Barbara, his longtime girlfriend, in late 1992. Prosecutors later argued at Trottie's capital murder trial that he threatened to kill her if she didn't return to him — and that she took out a protective order against him in March 1993.

    Two months later, Trottie kicked in the door to Barbara's mother's home in Houston and shot his ex-girlfriend 11 times with a 9 mm handgun before turning the gun on her brother, Titus. He also wounded their mother and sister.

    Trottie explained in a letter sent last May to the website Gawker that he was raised by an abusive and alcoholic mother and that he and his three siblings were eventually sent to foster care. He wrote that he was "rescued" by his father who raised him in Louisiana.

    As for his current fate, Trottie wrote that "my faith in God is still strong. Whatever HIS WILL, I'll be content with that."

    Trottie has two appeals still pending. In one he claims his lawyer at the time, Connie B. Williams, did not give him proper representation. That appeal claims Williams met with Trottie only twice before the day of trial, for less than an hour total.

    "That’s not true, we met with him on many occasions," Williams told The Texas Tribune. "My position always is if someone points out that I was ineffective I will take the blame, but that is not true."

    On Tuesday, another appeal was filed claiming the pharmacy-compounded drugs the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) intends to use for Trottie's lethal injection were expired and had not been tested for sterility or potency in six months.

    That appeal, filed by lawyers Maurie Levin of Philadelphia and Jonathan Ross of Houston, alleged that the drugs could violate Trottie's 8th Amendment right to be free of cruel and unusual punishment because they could cause a "tortuous" death.

    But TDCJ spokesman Jason Clark countered that the two 2.5-gram vials of pentobarbital expected to be used to execute Trottie at 6 p.m. on Wednesday have a "by use date" of Sept. 30. Two backup vials of pentobarbital have a "by use date" of Oct. 31.

    "The drugs have been tested for potency and defect," Clark said. "The drugs have a potency of 108 percent and were found to have no defects."

    Trottie's appeal on the compounded lethal drug issue was rejected by the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans and his lawyers filed a request Wednesday afternoon for the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.

    Earlier this week, as Trottie's father, Willie Trottie Sr., began preparing to leave his home in Louisiana to visit with his son one last time before his execution, he talked about the "kind, loving" child he knew and acknowledged he had to pay for the crime.

    "I hate that it happened. I didn’t think he would do something like that," the elder Trottie said. "You do something wrong, you have to pay the price. The consequence. He did something wrong, and he had to pay for what he did wrong."

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    Willie Tyrone Trottie In His Coffin

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  2. Rhus Toxicodendron

    Rhus Toxicodendron The Evil Dead

    Why waiting all these years to execute him? Is this how it goes normally? I don't know anything about this stuff, in Italy there's no death sentence.. :shrug:
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  3. DeathsDoor

    DeathsDoor Knock Knock

    In Texas prisoners have spent close to 25 years on death row before being executed. It takes time because there are multiple steps in the appeals process in death penalty cases.
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  4. Rhus Toxicodendron

    Rhus Toxicodendron The Evil Dead

    Got it, thank you :)
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  5. Wayne Kerr

    Wayne Kerr a fuck off is always acceptable*

    damn, only 8 this year. texas is slippin.
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  6. McM

    McM Krautnigger

    That's a reason the death sentence (how it is in the US) is not saving tax money. You had to change several other laws and human rights as well.
    Shooting certain perpetrators right during the arrest or at the crime scene were an different thing.
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  7. McM

    McM Krautnigger

    Classic argument...:facepalm: That's true love.
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  8. OneSickOne

    OneSickOne Kinky as a twisted chain

    I think the average in the US is 25 years. It doesn't make much of an impact that way. Sort of like spanking your kid for something they did a year ago. One thing is for sure, that was one big girl he killed.
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  9. rottenfresh

    rottenfresh ummmmm, You smell that?

    Yeah, big enough to mount on the fuckin wall in the den opposite the bear and rhino. :heythar:
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  10. SicMonster666

    SicMonster666 Dark Cunnilingus Lord Of Hairy Mount Venus

    After 22 minutes he finally died? That's the most humane way to do it? It doesn't seem so humane.

    Think we need to bring this back.

    This seems the most humane way to do it. Only takes seconds for death, not 22 minutes.
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  11. Mental Puppy

    Mental Puppy Mors Est Salus Moderator

    We used to hang them, sentences used to be carried out a month or 2 afterwards. Human rights and the abolishment of the death penalty here means they have nothing to fear. They get fed in jail and live better on the inside.
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  12. DeathsDoor

    DeathsDoor Knock Knock

    Kill him slow.. whats your rush? HE'S A KILLER FFS!!!
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  13. McM

    McM Krautnigger

    It's not intended to be human. It's a revenge. An US prosecutor said once in a TV docu, it would be inhuman towards i.e. the relatives of a murder victim to have painless executions.
    There are several sorts of gasses/meds which would kill 'humanly' too. Not really wanted, I think.
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  14. Fuck that nigger, hope it was "uncomfortable" for him. Should have drawn and quartered him.
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  15. Honest One


    Yeah but he was unconscious the whole time, oh boo hoo the murderer might have had a bad dream.
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  16. Airbornemama

    Airbornemama Something Ironic...

    I bet his victims would beg to differ if they could and give him the slowest and most painful death possible!.:zombie:
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  17. Mental Puppy

    Mental Puppy Mors Est Salus Moderator

    Treat him humanely although his victim or victims were treated the opposite way and most probably went through the worst experience you could possibly go through.
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  18. R a n d o m

    R a n d o m af9yTg2fNlDqHcOFkK

    I recently watched this documentary with parts about this case.
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  19. DeathsDoor

    DeathsDoor Knock Knock

    That's the one! I watched it on Netflix.
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  20. killermfkaty

    killermfkaty HELLBILLY

    It should be An Eye for An Eye. No drugs to put him to sleep. Die in the way you killed.
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