Kenneth McDuff’s first death sentence for the broomstick murders was commuted to life when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the death penalty in 1972.
Now, McDuff faces two more capital murder charges.
Prosecutors want to make sure that McDuff keeps his date with the executioner.
After being sentenced to die by lethal injection, McDuff looks Riggs in the eye and smugly says, “I guess I’m going to die. We all have to sometimes. You know.”
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