- The warden stepped onto the platform as Lynch exited, and he read the entire warrant aloud.
- I guess they don't want to come in and say hey, we're taking you to get your death warrant read out loud.
- And yeah, I can tell myself a dozen times that we can both have our cake and eat it, too—Shay gets to die on his own terms; I get the death penalty put under a microscope and maybe even repealed by the Supreme Court—but it doesn't cancel out the fact that at the end of the day, Shay will be dead, and I'll be just as responsible as the state that signed the warrant in the first place.
- A whole year that Inmate Bourne would live past his execution warrant date?
- When he exits, I come up and read the warrant of execution, blah blah blah, then I ask the inmate if he has any final words.
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