Back in 1997 Montgomery, Alabama Police Officer Anderson Gordon was suiting up to serve and protect putting his life at risk like all Police Officers do every day in the line of duty.
Unfortunately for Officer Gordon that day two decades ago would be the last time he ever wore the badge to serve and protect his community.
40 year old Torrey Twane McNabb approached Officer Gordon inside of his patrol car at the scene traffic accident after McNabb wrecked into several cars while fleeing a bail bondsman who was attempting to detain him for other felony charges; before he shot Officer Gordon five times in cold blood, taking his life.
McNabb went to trial after the crime and was easily convicted; and the Jury and Judge agreed that he must be put to death for his actions killing a Police Officer.
For nearly two decades McNabb and his entourage of high profile attorneys have done everything in their power attempting to either reverse the death penalty or receive stays of execution trying to seek out a new trial
All attempts were however unsuccessful in trying to stop the execution of McNabb, despite being one of several inmates in an ongoing lawsuit challenging the humaneness of the state’s lethal injection procedure.
The plaintiffs have argued that the sedative midazolam does not reliably render a person unconscious before subsequent drugs stop their lungs and heart. They point to an execution last December during which an Alabama inmate coughed and heaved for the first 13 minutes of the procedure.
A lawyer for McNabb has argued that it would be wrong to carry out the execution while proceedings continue in McNabb’s lawsuit.
The American Civil Liberties Union and the South Poverty Law Center both tried to state that the death penalty is somehow a cruel and unusual punishment, sparking heated debate in the state for many years; but in the end for this evil and cold blooded cop killer justice took the correct side and confirmed he would indeed be put to death, in a far more merciful fashion that Officer Gordon was.as McNabb stole his life from his family and friends for ever.
The U.S. Supreme Court temporarily delayed the execution for several hours to consider McNabb’s request for a stay, but ruled that the execution could go forward, and after 9 PM the execution process began.
“Mom, sis, look at my eyes. I got no tears. I am unafraid. To the state of Alabama, I hate you, I hate you motherfuckers, I hate you,” McNabb said in his final statement.
McNabb defiantly waved his clenched middle fingers in the air during the entire process, saying profanities about the Police and Alabama until the very end.
He stared down the witnesses, although he couldn't see them through the tinted glass; as if he wanted to intimidate the family of the officer showing zero remorse for his heinous crime.
Gordon's family released their own statement shortly after McNabb was officially declared dead Thursday night.
"Over 20 years ago we lost a companion, a father a brother and a friend who only wanted to make a difference in his community. Brother, who we affectionately called him, worked to make a difference in his community until his life was taken from him," the statement read in part. "Though this has been a difficult day for the Gordon family, we also continue to pray for the family of Torrey McNabb."
Now Torrey McNabb is in hell, where he belongs with all cop killers and may he forever burn in the lake of fire.
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