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 Good Riddance
Gregory Scott Johnson's life was ended by lethal injection at 12:28 am on May 25th. Why should I care considering my support for the death penalty? Because this waste wanted to atone for his wrong doing by donating a portion of his liver to his sister who has been diagnosed with non-alcohol cirrhosis. This has been a big deal with the media and the do-gooder lefties saying he should be granted a reprieve to be able to donate. What they neglected to bring out was that Mr. Johnson has hepatitis B and is too fat to be a viable donor. Since hep. B is a disease of the liver, what would make anybody think that it would have been a good idea for him to donate?

The final blow is that, before his sentence was carried out, Mr. Johnson wrote, "There are those who claim that Debbie will have a new liver three weeks after being placed on the list. I'll be watching from above and expect her to be recuperating at that time." I hope his sister does receive her surgery and lives a long happy life. However, I highly doubt this criminal will be with the heavenly angels for beating and stomping an 82 year old woman to death, and setting her home ablaze in an attempt to conceal his heinous act.

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