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Sunday, April 26, 2015

He buried her alive, NYT

The New York Times in an editorial today lamented the execution of Clayton Darrell Lockett, near the anniversary of his death, which took 43 minutes.

Not mentioned in the story is the reason Oklahoma killed him: His gruesome murder of Stephanie Neiman, 19, on on June 3, 1999.

Indeed, the editorial did not even mention her name. In the view of the liberals who run the media, she is nothing. All that matters is an agenda that increasingly looks as if it is trying to spark a race war by siding with black criminals as the media repeatedly promotes false narratives of Hands Up!

Well, Stephanie Neiman matters. The men who kidnapped, beat, shot, raped, sodomized and buried her alive on June 3, 1999, can go to hell -- and take the New York Times with them.

From the Tulsa World:
Stephanie Neiman was proud of her shiny new Chevy truck with the Tasmanian Devil sticker on it and a matching "Tazz" license plate.
Her parents had taught the teenager to stand up for "what was her right and for what she believed in."
Neiman was dropping off a friend at a Perry residence on June 3, 1999, the same evening Clayton Lockett and two accomplices decided to pull a home invasion robbery there. Neiman fought Lockett when he tried to take the keys to her truck.
The men beat her and used duct tape to bind her hands and cover her mouth. Even after being kidnapped and driven to a dusty country road, Neiman didn't back down when Lockett asked if she planned to contact police.
The men had also beaten and kidnapped Neiman's friend along with Bobby Bornt, who lived in the residence, and Bornt's 9-month-old baby.
"Right is right and wrong is wrong. Maybe that's what Clayton was so scared of, because Stephanie did stand up for her rights," her parents later wrote to jurors in an impact statement. "She did not blink an eye at him. We raised her to work hard for what she got."
Steve and Susie Neiman asked jurors to give Lockett the death penalty for taking the life of their only child, who had graduated from Perry High School two weeks before her death.
The "botched" execution of this crud took less time than his deliberate and slow rape and death of Stephanie Neiman. Here is the editorial. Bleah.


  1. The NYTimes is heading for Hell, of that there can be no doubt. >:(

  2. If the Supreme Justices of the court had one bit of sense, they would rule on death penalty cases that death is Constitutional and necessary, and that questions of its humanity need only determine that the method used is no more then ten times more horrific and painful as the means used to kill the victim they are sentenced to die for, or any other victim they killed if the result of that victims sentence was not death. In short, if the means of execution takes no longer than 24 hours to complete, it is legal and just.
    I would opt for an execution protocol that included using a neuromuscular blocking drug so that the subject would be able to feel pain, but would not be able to respond to that pain IF the execution was public, then hang them using the lift method.
    For a scumbag like Lockett, maybe give them only lemon lime gatoraide to drink in prison, then once the execution date arrives, switch to antifreeze.

    1. Meh, should read Supreme Injustices of the Court.

  3. NYT hates white people. RAAAAACISTS.

  4. What else would anyone expect from the limousine liberals at the NYT? In their eyes Stephanie Neiman was not a human being. She was a Person of Wrong Color, an evil White Racist Oppressor, who caused emotional anguish and distress to Persons of Color to the point that they were justified in raping, torturing and killing her.

    America breathed her last on November 4, 2008. What we are now witnessing is the rise of a totalitarian regime that will rival the Nazis and Communists for pure evil. The NYT is merely one mouthpiece out of many for that evil.

  5. How is it that we are able to euthanize a pig, horse or cow in seconds, but it takes 45 minutes to kill a man?

    1. First, we don't test to see if the pig feels any pain. Second, we don't put a bullet between the man's eyes.

    2. Why not? I've read many descriptions of many forms of execution, some quicker, some intentionally slow. The quickest, least likely to fail or be felt was the Russian practice of a bullet in the base of the skull. Nerve impulses travel around 200 miles per hour. A pistol bullet many times that. The result is that by the time the nerves could send any sensation of pain to the brain, the brain is pretty much pureed.

  6. Can't understand why everyone considers this a "botched" execution.