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Béla Kiss

Always, never, and forget about it.
I'm really annoyed at the fact someone whom was sentenced to 'deathrow' ended up dying of natural causes. Why even bother with the death penalty? The result is the same, except the fact said recidivist is awarded with a reputation.
Richard's death only proves how flawed death row is, and as much as I agree with the concept - 'til they get it right, I'm glad to be in a country where it's no longer allowed.
 

MessedUpMind

desensitised.
I'll always remember him. He signed my "night stalker" book with "watch your back, much love, Richard" cool dude.

I don't idolize, admire of respect serial killers, I'm just fascinated by them on a psychological level. Since I don't believe in the afterlife Richard is gone now, rotting in the ground but he leaves behind a hell of a story. Shoot to thrill baby.
 
In Japan people sentenced to deathrow are not given a date for execution, they may sit for decades or a few years in prison only to find one random morning the executioner finally at their door to escort them to the gallows to be hung. Psychologically hell I would imagine.
 

Psycho-killer

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I'm really annoyed at the fact someone whom was sentenced to 'deathrow' ended up dying of natural causes. Why even bother with the death penalty? The result is the same, except the fact said recidivist is awarded with a reputation.
Richard's death only proves how flawed death row is, and as much as I agree with the concept - 'til they get it right, I'm glad to be in a country where it's no longer allowed.
I actually forgot he was on Death Row, I just thought he had life.
 
In Japan people sentenced to deathrow are not given a date for execution, they may sit for decades or a few years in prison only to find one random morning the executioner finally at their door to escort them to the gallows to be hung. Psychologically hell I would imagine.


They call it the 13 steps here because traditionally there were thirteen steps up to the gallows. Every morning until 11am deathrow is absolutely silent; everyone sits holding their breath, straining to listen for any sound that indicates a break from routine movement with the guards. After 11am everyone relaxes for another day. Executions are always carried out in the morning! They don't tell you you're going to be killed when they come, they say, " The warden would like to see you!" There was a pretty fascinating documentary on TV here about the whole execution process, with a virtual, C.G tour of the process from start to finish....
 

plasticdollparts

Barbie & Kenyatta have gone their separate ways.
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"Ramirez says she didn’t really understand how truly sick her uncle was until she went to visit him at San Quentin and he masturbated in front of her. “He said if I wasn’t his niece he would fuck me any day,” she said. During the same visit, he got mad at her for wearing a gold necklace with a cross: “He said Satanists don’t wear gold and he wanted me to take it off."


***photo of Richard ramirez with his parents and niece.—
My Uncle the Serial Killer: ‘Night Stalker’ Richard Ramirez’s Niece on His Death
 
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