27 Responses to “Linda Carty: British Woman Faces Execution in Texas for Joana Rodriguez Murder”

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    JoAnne Thomas Says:

    All the whining and excuses do not make her any less guilty.I’m so glad Texas doesn’t discriminate against women!

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    Brian Says:

    This is another example of residue of the failed slave trade and its later consequences on contemporay life.

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    Beth Says:

    I’m not following your connections there Brian.

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    Ann Seabrook Says:

    When there is any doubt what so ever, no one should be killed; it dosen’t matter whom it is. Give her another trial or put her in jail for the rest of her life – then when and if the truth is ever known, that is the time to make this drastic decision. Life is short, death is forever! No one is died and came back to tell us what it is like.

    Please let her live!!!

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    Brian Says:

    Cuba, haiti, all the carribean was a nexus for slave trade to the new world from shipments from africa and from boats picking up stores and crew and slaves from spain for example on their way to south america. There is an interesting history there. It was a big trading post that morped into occupied islands.

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    Brian Says:

    and the contemporary history of these islands, like Nigeria colonized by former American slaves has had a checkered past.

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    JoAnne Thomas Says:

    @ ann seabrook

    She was found guilty of murder…her appeal is based on her hubby not knowing he had the right to not tell the truth when he did,
    A little boy is without his mother.
    Please let her die.

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    Brian Says:

    Oh JoAnne!

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    Beth Says:

    I understand that Brian and Lord knows there is no defense for what happened during that century. However, the Caribbean islands have not been into slave trading for a couple of centuries now and the descendants of the slaves and/or would-be slaves have governed those islands (for the most part) for all that time.

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    Floyd Mordi Says:

    The days of execution r over. They should reconsider her case and give her life sentence- in line with the laid down rules of amnesty international.

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