Execution: A Final Meal

5 Responses

  1. K C says:

    Very well written. I wonder if he finished all of that.

  2. Damien says:

    I wonder if he puked up that mess on his executioners. Let’s hope so.

  3. Ray Bradshaw says:

    That’s something to think about. I imagine that I’d either be very hungry or completely without appetite. No in between. And I think I’d eat very, very slowly.

  4. Anonymous says:

    That man, David Castillo, murdered my grandfather.

    • Jon says:

      My sincere condolences. I remember researching the case. It was a liquor store robbery, if I’m not mistaken. There was some speculation that the crime may have been pinned on Castillo by someone he was living with at the time; someone who knew your grandfather’s nightly routine. Pedro Garcia. But I also read that Mr. Garcia worked for your grandfather at one point, which means he would’ve been positively identified as the assailant, had he perpetrated the crime. Anyway, beyond all of that, this quote in particular (taken from an article here: http://partners.nytimes.com/library/politics/camp/051400wh-bush-cases.html), seems to pretty much sum things up: “Mr. Castillo, who had pleaded guilty to another robbery-stabbing committed a month before the Party House crime…”

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