Ronald Phillips - OH - STAYED

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deeg

There are no excuses in the universe that could absolve a rape and murder of a 3 year old.  Disgusting, vile,  inhuman slime needs to go down with the rest of the bottom feeders.  >:(

Dee
The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money - Margaret Thatcher
The most terrifying words in the English language: "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan

Grinning Grim Reaper

There isn't a snowball's chance in hell of this POS getting clemency...and I would guess the vote against will be unanimous.  8)
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

deeg

I held my nose and slid over to PTO and could not find a topic for Phillips.  Maybe even the PTO hags can't stomach this bottom feeder. 

Maybe there is hope and then  I read this comment about the US death penalty.

From a German citizen on PTO....

"Yes, it is sickening, it is horrible and frightening. But it is reality, ever and ever again happening in America's death rows. Execution is an act of beastliest violence, (cold blooded murder and rape isn't)and people need to be educated about what happen in their name to human beings.

I hope America will soon be done with this "justice" and see how wrong it is. Remember slavery - this too was "justice" in America, and nowadays nobody would take slavery as acceptable anymore. Same will happen one day regarding to the death penalty."   

Slavery wasn't "justice" it was horrible part of our 19th century economic system" 

Dee

The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money - Margaret Thatcher
The most terrifying words in the English language: "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan

time2prtee

PTO....UGH, let me wander over there and see what's up...I haven't gotten a warning PM on my alter ego in a while LOL! I feel neglected!  ;)
"Indeed, the decision that capital punishment may be the appropriate sanction in extreme cases is an expression of the community's belief that certain crimes are themselves so grievous an affront to humanity that the only adequate response may be the penalty of death."  SCOTUS

Peace and Comfort to all Victims and Families

RangerRik

Hi All,

Yes....am back once again - this time from the Middle East. Lots to catch up on. Just reading some of the latest cases...forthcoming events.

This just stuck out - indefensible, unless you are a raging loon, frothing at the mouth and what not...he may have had a bad childhood but with even a basic education he attended he knows what behaviour is tolerated by society etc... - there is no way you could argue against the sentence - it is these types of cases that highlight the reason that the state needs to have the DP as the ultimate punishment.

It is also probably the reason why you don't even find any anti's beating their drums, that the crime is impossible to explain away on the usual suspects of bad childhood...wrong crowd...drugs etc and is well.... just so abhorrent, that any person with just the slightest degree of humanity and sanity would not have him strung him up years ago.
I like a balanced argument and also debate - but I am afraid, in this case, as far as I am concerned - the sooner the better   
All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts
As You Like It William Shakespeare

Metfan62



Ohio man who killed 3-year-old girl seeks mercy

By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS, AP Legal Affairs Writer
 
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- A death row inmate who raped and killed his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter was sexually, physically and verbally abused during his childhood, according to attorneys asking the Ohio Parole Board to spare him before next month's execution.

No judge or jury ever heard the full story of the abuse suffered by Ronald Phillips, which included being repeatedly raped and beaten by his late father, according to a document filed with the board ahead of Wednesday's clemency hearing.

"Ronald Phillips is not and was not a monster," his attorneys said in the filing. "Ronald Phillips instead was a 19 year old high school student, who had experienced nothing but violence, chaos, and abuse, and who learned through those life experiences that violence and abuse were the norm."  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Phillips, 40, is scheduled to die Nov. 14 for raping and killing Sheila Marie Evans in Akron in 1993 after a long period of frequently abusing her.

If his execution proceeds, Phillips would be the first person to die under the state's new execution procedures. That policy allows Ohio to continue to use the sedative pentobarbital but with the option of buying it from a specialty pharmacy which produces non-FDA-regulated batches of medicine for specific patients.

If that option isn't available, the state can move to a never tried method of two other drugs -- the sedative midazolam and the opiate hydromorphone -- injected intravenously.

The warden at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, which houses death row, will determine by Nov. 1 whether the state has a usable supply of pentobarbital.

A federal judge is reviewing Ohio's new method and legal challenges are expected.

The state says Phillips long denied suffering the type of abuse he now alleges. Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh says Phillips is only raising it now with his execution imminent. She urged the board to reject the claim.

"It is curious that the disclosures have been made now, on the eve of his execution and after his father's death," Walsh said in a response to Phillips' clemency plea also filed with the parole board.

Phillips' attorneys say he was only able to reveal the abuse recently to them and to two psychologists.

The board will recommend for or against mercy next week. Gov. John Kasich has the final say.

Phillips' father, Williams Phillips Sr., died in 2009. His mother, Donna Phillips, declined to discuss the allegations against her late husband, who she acknowledged could be "stern."

"He's not here to defend himself and I don't believe it should be anything said about that," she said in a phone interview.

She said her son is sorry for what happened.

www.sfgate.com


That rich. This POS wants Mercy??????????????? ???
I've got one thing to say, get your Warden off this gurney and shut up. I am from the island of Barbados. I am the Warden of this unit. People are seeing you do this."

Monty Delk's Last words

Grinning Grim Reaper

Clemency ruling due for Ohioan who killed girl, 3


Posted: Oct 24, 2013 2:07 AM CDT Updated: Oct 24, 2013 2:07 AM CDT   

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The condemned killer of a 3-year-old girl will learn Thursday whether the Ohio Parole Board has accepted his plea for mercy as the state prepares an untried execution method.

Attorneys for death row inmate Ronald Phillips argue he was subject to terrible abuse as a child, including rape and beatings.

Prosecutors have told the parole board the 40-year-old Phillips long denied such abuse and raised it only as his execution was imminent.

Phillips was sentenced to die for the 1993 rape and killing in Akron of Sheila Marie Evans, his girlfriend's daughter.

Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has the final say ahead of the Nov. 14 execution.

The state has until next week to say whether it will use a specially mixed dose of pentobarbital or two other drugs.

www.fox19.com

If there ever was a no brainer for denying clemency this one is it!   >:(
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

Grinning Grim Reaper

Ohio Board Recommends No Mercy For Girl's Killer


10:39AM October 24, 2013

The Associated Press

The Ohio Parole Board has recommended against mercy for a condemned killer facing execution next month under the state's new, untested lethal injection process.

The board's unanimous decision Thursday moves death row inmate Ronald Phillips one step closer to being executed for the 1993 rape and killing of his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter in Akron. The governor has the final say.

Ohio has until Nov. 1 to announce whether it's using a non-FDA-regulated dose of pentobarbital mixed by a specialty pharmacy for the Nov. 14 execution. The alternative is proceeding with intravenous doses of two other drugs.

The state's supply of regular pentobarbital expired last month after the manufacturer put it off-limits for executions.

Phillips' attorneys argue he was the victim of childhood rape. The state says Phillips long denied that.

www.akronbeaconjournal.com

Just one step closer to flushing this giant turd!
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

Grinning Grim Reaper

Updated: 11:35 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013 | Posted: 11:35 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013

Ohio board says no clemency for girl's killer


By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS

The Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A death row inmate who raped and killed his girlfriend's daughter doesn't deserve mercy, the Ohio Parole Board said Thursday, moving him one step closer to execution under the state's new lethal injection process.

The board by a unanimous 11-0 vote rejected arguments raised by attorneys for Ronald Phillips that he was sexually, physically and verbally abused during childhood.

The board said it wasn't convinced that Phillips has accepted responsibility for his crimes or changed for the better in prison. It also said evidence of his childhood abuse was not clear.

"Phillips's crime is clearly among the worst of the worst capital crimes. Its depravity is self-evident," the board said. "Words cannot convey the barbarity of the crime. It is simply unconscionable."

If his execution proceeds, Phillips would be the first person to die under the state's new execution procedures. They allow Ohio to continue using the sedative pentobarbital in a dose obtained from a specialty pharmacy that produces non-FDA-regulated batches of medicine for specific patients.

If that option isn't available, the state will move to an untried method of two other drugs -- the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone -- injected intravenously.

The warden at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, which houses death row, will determine by Nov. 1 whether the state has a usable supply of pentobarbital from a so-called compounding pharmacy. Ohio's previous supply expired last month. Its manufacturer has made it off-limits to executions in the future, a move that doesn't affect the production of small supplies of the drug by compounding pharmacies.

A federal judge is reviewing Ohio's new method, and legal challenges are expected.

Phillips, 40, is scheduled to die Nov. 14 for raping and killing Sheila Marie Evans in Akron in 1993 after a long period of frequent abuse.

No judge or jury ever heard the full story of the abuse suffered by Phillips, which included being repeatedly raped and beaten by his late father, according to a document filed with the board ahead of his Oct. 16 clemency hearing.

"Ronald Phillips is not and was not a monster," his attorneys said in the filing. "Ronald Phillips instead was a 19-year-old high school student, who had experienced nothing but violence, chaos, and abuse, and who learned through those life experiences that violence and abuse were the norm."

The state says Phillips long denied suffering the type of abuse he now alleges. Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh says Phillips is raising it only now with his execution imminent. She urged the board to reject the claim.

"It is curious that the disclosures have been made now, on the eve of his execution and after his father's death," Walsh said in a response to Phillips' clemency plea, also filed with the parole board.

Phillips' attorneys say he was only able to reveal the abuse recently to them and to two psychologists.

Gov. John Kasich has the final say.

www.whiotv.com
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

Grinning Grim Reaper

Condemned Akron killer Ronald Phillips makes lethal drug challenge


Posted: 11:11 AM Last Updated: 44 minutes ago

•By: Andrew Welsh-Huggins, AP

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The state's new lethal injection drug policy could cause condemned inmates "tremendous" pain and discomfort by allowing the use of a non-federally regulated form of Ohio's execution drug, according to a court filing by an inmate facing execution next month for raping and killing a 3-year-old girl.

The state's policy adopted earlier this month also breaks previous agreements with a federal judge that puts all decisions about executions in the hands of the prison directors or wardens, by allowing the designation of other individuals to do those jobs instead, the filing said.

The documents filed in federal court in Columbus late Friday also ask Judge Gregory Frost to allow whatever specialty pharmacy chosen to make the drug doses to be included in the ongoing lawsuit over executions in Ohio.

There is no procedure under which the state can guarantee the drugs the state intends to use "will not cause tremendous pain and discomfort," according to the filing by lawyers for death row inmate Ronald Phillips and several others involved in the long-running court battle.

Phillips, 40, is scheduled to die Nov. 14 for the death of his girlfriend's daughter, Sheila Marie Evans, in Akron in 1993 after a long period of sexual assaults on the girl. He is awaiting Gov. John Kasich's decision whether to spare him on the grounds he suffered sexual, physical and verbal abuse as a child. The Ohio Parole Board unanimously recommended against mercy last week.

The state's supply of Food and Drug Administration-regulated pentobarbital expired last month. Ohio created a new execution policy that allows it to buy specially produced batches of the drug from a compounding pharmacy, which is licensed by the state but not FDA-regulated.

The warden at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, where death row is housed, has until the end of the week to announce whether a supply of compounded pentobarbital has been obtained. If not, the state says it will use an intravenous injection of two drugs -- midazolam, a sedative, and hydromorphone, a painkiller -- in Phillips' execution.

Both methods are untried in Ohio and no U.S. inmate has ever been executed with the midazolam and hydromorphone combination.

The state previously has told Frost it doesn't believe a new challenge to the updated policies is necessary because they essentially are the same. Frost gave the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction until Wednesday to respond to Phillips' request to sue.

Messages left with the prisons agency and the Ohio Attorney General's office had not been returned Monday morning.

Read more: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/state/condemned-ohio-killer-ronald-phillips-seeks-lethal-drug-challenge#ixzz2j2AJri8v

Go ahead and try to save this slimy baby raping killer ambulance chasers...in the end this POS is going to get juiced.  >:(
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

BoscoBob

http://www.seattlepi.com/news/us/article/Ohio-child-killer-to-get-untried-2-drug-injection-4932598.php

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Ohio says it will use a never-tried dose of two drugs injected intravenously to put to death an inmate who raped and killed his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter.

The announcement Monday by the state prison system means the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction wasn't able to obtain enough pentobarbital, the drug Ohio formerly used until its manufacturer put it off-limits for executions.

The state says it will use a combination of midazolam (my-DAZ'-oh-lam), a sedative, and hydromorphone, a painkiller, in the Nov. 14 execution of Ronald Phillips of Akron.

Those drugs are included in Ohio's untested, back-up execution method, which requires them to be injected directly into an inmate's muscle. No state has put a prisoner to death with those drugs in any fashion.
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Grinning Grim Reaper

Condemned Ohio child killer seeks execution delay

By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS, AP Legal Affairs Writer 11:05 a.m. Oct. 28, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A condemned Ohio child killer wants his upcoming execution delayed while he fights the state's newly announced - and never tried - lethal injection process.

Lawyers for Ronald Phillips say the state purposely waited until the Nov. 14 execution grew close to make it harder for Phillips to argue against the use of two drugs injected in combination.  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Phillips' lawyers asked a federal judge Monday to delay the execution while they file legal challenges.

The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction announced its switch to the two-drug injection process earlier Monday.

The state has run out of its supply of federally-regulated pentobarbital and says it couldn't obtain batches produced by a specialty pharmacy.

www.u-tsandiego.com

That's a rich one...ambulance chasers accusing the state of last minute maneuvering.
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

BoscoBob

If there is any question about the efficacy of Dilaudid in getting the job done, they can administer with Ethanol and Benedryl. The Benedryl potentiates and the Ethanol is synergistic with the drugs.

...and, he'll have a good buzz going to hell.
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SonieLee

Hey all!!  I am back!!  I had to see what was up with this POS and knew ya'll would have way more info than the media!!  If this slime had been in Texas (my beautiful home state) he would have been gone long ago!!  I hope to be on here to root on his death!!  Personally, I wish someone could tie him up and gang rape him to death - while beating him!!  No excuse to hurt a child EVER!!!

deeg

Hi Sonie,

Happy to see your post and I hope all is well with you.

Dee
The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money - Margaret Thatcher
The most terrifying words in the English language: "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan

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