The parents of rape/torture/murder victim Loretta Bourque, a "Dead Man Walking" Case
" . . .makes you realize the Dead Man Walking truly belongs on the shelf in the library in the Fiction category."
"Being devout Catholics, 'the norm' would be to look to the church for support and healing. Again, this need for spiritual stability was stolen by Sister Prejean." (1)
Case Detective Michael Vernado, in the rape/torture/murder of Faith Hathaway, a Dead Man Walking Case
"I wouldn't have had as much trouble with (Prejean's) views if she would have told the truth . . ." " . . . (Sr. Prejean) based her book on what was in I guess a defense file and what (rapist/murderer) Robert Willie telling her." (1)
" . . . she's trying to mislead people in the book. And that's something that she's going have to work out with herself." "(Sr. Prejean's) certainly not after giving anybody spiritual advice to try to save their soul." (1)
DEATH OF TRUTH: (1)
Book Review: "Sister Prejean's Lack of Credibility: Review of "The Death of Innocents", by Thomas M. McKenna (New Oxford Review, 12/05). www.newoxfordreview.org/reviews.jsp?did=1205-mckenna
"The book is moreover riddled with factual errors and misrepresentations."
"Williams had confessed to repeatedly stabbing his victim, Sonya Knippers."
"This DNA test was performed by an independent lab in Dallas, which concluded that there was a one in nearly four billion chance that the blood could have been someone's other than Williams's."
" . . . despite repeated claims that (Prejean) cares about crime victims, implies that the victim's husband was a more likely suspect but was overlooked because the authorities wanted to convict a black man."
" . . . a Federal District Court . . . stated that 'the evidence against Williams was overwhelming.' " "The same court also did "not find any evidence of racial bias specific to this case."
Prejean finds that THERE IS NO GREATER SUFFERING , MENTALLY, THAN BEING A GUILTY MURDERER ON DEATH ROW (2)
Did she consider the mental suffering of a parent who lost their innocent daughter to a rape/murder or, possibly, the mental (and physical) suffering of that girl, as she was being raped and murdered?
Of course the sister considered it and she made her choice - the murderer.
MUCH MORE FOUND IN FOOTNOTE 1
(2) Prejean: Death penalty is torture, TimesLeader.com online, October 1, 2012,
Sr. Helen Prejean: "Botched" Nun
Rebuttals to common anti death penalty deceptions, used by Sr. Prejean and others.
The Innocents Frauds: Standard Anti Death Penalty Strategy
The Death Penalty: Mercy, Expiation, Redemption & Salvation
The Death Penalty: Neither Hatred nor Revenge
95% of Murder Victim's Family Members Support Death Penalty
Killing Equals Killing: The Amoral Confusion of Death Penalty Opponents
The Death Penalty: Not a Human Rights Violation
RACE & THE DEATH PENALTY: A REBUTTAL TO THE RACISM CLAIMS
The Death Penalty: Do Innocents Matter?
The Catechism and the Death Penalty
"Moral/ethical Death Penalty Support: Modern Catholic Scholars"
Christianity and the death penalty.
Catholic and other Christian References: Support for the Death Penalty,
Saving Costs with The Death Penalty
"The DeLuna Deception: At the Death House Door" Can Rev. Carroll Pickett be trusted?"
much more, upon request