Twice escaped execution, the killer got tired of waiting for death

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American prisoner in the state prison of strict regime, sentenced to death, confessed that can’t wait any more punishment after it was twice postponed. He said this edition of the Reno Gazette Journal.

In 2007, Scott Dozer (Scott Dozier) was sentenced to death for the murder of a 22-year-old man who was found decapitated and dismembered in a hotel in Las Vegas. In 2017, Dozer demanded to lead the sentence, because his execution was postponed twice, but it never took place.

The man who was officially convicted of the brutal murder, can not be executed due to the ongoing debate about the permissibility of the use of lethal injection in the state of Nevada.

“I don’t think that this is all someone cares. I feel sick. I am constantly thinking about how to write to the authorities and tell them: “Look, just allow me to use injection, I’m already on the edge and suffer”,” Dozer told reporters on the phone.

The man said that after his penalty was abolished, during the next five days in the care of the special people that he had committed suicide. He categorically rejected the suspicion that is suicide. “I don’t want to die, seriously. But it is better to die than to be in this prison,” he said.

Another trial on his case was postponed until September 10. Dozier admitted that was very tired and called the expectation of the execution of the sentence of torture.

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