>John Wayne Gacy, 52 years old, Illinois. Sentenced to lethal injection for rape and 33 counts of murder. Twelve fried shrimp, bucket of original recipe KFC*, french fries and one pound of strawberries. *Prior to being convicted, Gacy had managed three KFC restaurants.
>Timothy McVeigh, 33 years old, Indiana. Sentenced to lethal injection for 168 counts of murder. Two pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream.
>Ricky Ray Rector, 42 years old, Arkansas. Sentenced to lethal injection for 2 counts of murder. Steak, fried chicken, cherry kool-aid and pecan pie*.*He left the pecan pie, telling a guard he was 'saving it for later.'
>Stephen Anderson, 49 years old, California. Sentenced to lethal injection for burglary, assault, escaped prison and 7 counts of murder. Two grilled cheese sandwiches, pint of cottage cheese, hominy/corn mixture, pecan pie, chocolate chip ice cream and radishes.
>ed Bundy, 43 years old, Florida. Sentenced to the electric chair for rape, necrophilia, prison escape and 35+ counts of murder. Declined a 'special' meal, so was given the traditional last meal of steak (medium-rare), eggs (over easy), hash browns, toast with butter and jam, milk and juice.
>Ronnie Lee Gardner, 49 years old, Utah. Sentenced to death by firing squad for burglary, robbery and 2 counts of murder. Lobster tail, steak, apple pie and vanilla ice cream. All to be eaten while watching The Lord of The Rings trilogy.
>Allen Lee 'tiny' Davis, 54 years old, Florida. Sentenced to the electric chair for robbery and 3 counts of murder. Lobster tail, fried potatoes, half pound of fried shrimps, six ounces of fried clams, half loaf of garlic bread and 32 ounces of A&W root beer.
>Barfield was put to death for the murder of boyfriend Stuart Taylor, whom she killed with a mixture of arsenic and beer, but it's likely she was responsible for a trail of other deaths that followed her, including those of her mother and prior husbands. Nearly 62 at the time of her execution, Barfield became known as the "Death Row Granny," and was the first woman to be executed in the United States since the 1976 reinstatement of the death penalty, and the first woman to be executed by lethal injection. Like Karla Faye Tucker and many other death row inmates, Barfield seemed to have found God during her imprisonment, though later claimed she was only pretending. She declined a formal last meal, choosing instead a bag of Cheez Doodles and a can of Coca-Cola for a final meal that seems more like a convenience store snack.
>The recent execution of Teresa Lewis has proven controversial for a number of reasons, chief amongst them being that while Lewis plotted the murders of her husband and stepson, she did not carry them out herself. The gunmen recieved life sentences, making Lewis's death penalty surprising (the reasoning here being that the ringleader was more responsible than the actual killers). Other objections raised to Lewis's death penalty include her borderline IQ, dependant personality disorder, and lack of a previous criminal record. In her final days, many public figures stepped forward in support of commuting Lewis's death penalty to a life sentence, including legal novelist John Grisham, though Governor Bob McDonnell refused this request. Lewis's last meal is portrayed here with her original dessert choice of German chocolate cake, though some sources indicate she received her second choice, apple pie, instead.
>Heidnik kidnapped and tortured 6 women during 1986 and 1987, holding them captive in the basement of his Philadelphia home. He served as one of author Thomas Harris's inspirations for the character Buffalo Bill in Silence of the Lambs; the isolation pit in the basement floor was one of Heidnik's punishments for his victims. Amazingly, 4 of his victims survived their brutal ordeal, and Heidnik was put to death for the murders of the other 2. His attorney's attempts to declare him insane were unsuccessful, partly due to Heidnik's keen investing abilities. His wealth had allowed him to wallpaper a room in his house with money. Apparently, during his arraignment he claimed the women were already there when he moved in.
>Though convicted for only 8 counts of murder, McVeigh took the lives of 168 men, women, and children in the April 19, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. A Gulf War veteran and militia sympathizer, McVeigh had carried out the terrorist attack in response to the 1993 siege at Waco, Texas. On death row, McVeigh remained unapologetic for his actions, dropped his appeals, and even requested that his execution be televised (a request that was denied). In 2001, he became the first criminal to be executed by the federal government since the 1963 execution of Victor Feguer. His last request of 2 pints of Ben & Jerry's mint chocolate ice cream is an interesting one, but can't match the irony of Feguer's olive. It's rumored that PETA had contacted McVeigh and urged him to select a meatless final meal; several years later, PETA would also urge Ben & Jerry's to switch from using cow's milk to human breast milk (another request that was denied).
>Tucker is often remembered as the born-again Christian whose execution, the first of a woman in Texas in over 100 years, sparked an international debate, with many supporters requesting her death penalty be commuted to a life sentence. However, many may not recall the crime that led her to death row: the pickax murders of Jerry Dean and Deborah Thornton. Though her partner in crime Danny Garrett died in prison before his execution could be carried out, Tucker spent 14 years on death row, a period in which the former drug-user and prostitute reformed into a model prisoner, embracing religion and working to convert her fellow inmates. She was even married to a member of the prison ministry group (via proxy). The issue of Tucker's religious conversion, whether it was genuine or even relevant, remains a subject of debate. Tucker's last meal of salad and fruit forgoes a final gastronomic pleasure, instead capturing the modesty and humility she worked so hard to portray in her final years.
>Recently released from prison for the rape of a 13-year-old, Schwab wasted no time in targeting his next victim. After seeing his picture in the newspaper for a kite contest, Schwab found and befriended 11-year-old Junny Rios-Martinz, Jr., whom he would soon abduct, assault, and murder. Outrage at the fact Schwab had been released early from his imprisonment for previous crimes against a child led to the Junny Rios-Martinz, Jr. Act, which prevents the early release of those convicted of sexual battery in Florida. Schwab would sit on death row longer than Rios-Martinez had ever lived; Schwab's execution had been delayed by numerous appeals, and by the 2006 suspension of executions in Florida after complications during the Diaz execution. The suspension was later lifted, and Schwab's execution was carried out in July of 2008. His last meal presents a standard breakfast spread, along with a quart of chocolate milk.
>Feguer was put to death for the abduction and murder of Dr. Edward Bartels. Supposedly, Feguer wanted the medications a doctor might be carrying, and went through the phone book calling doctors until the unfortune Bartels answered. Feguer's execution made little impact at the time, though it would become the last federal execution until 2001 due to the Furman v. Georgia death penalty moratorium that soon went into effect. He is still the last person to be put to death in the state of Iowa. One might think his last request of a single, unpitted olive to be a sign of spite, but Feguer was apparently quite well-behaved during his finals days. Perhaps it stemmed from an odd sense of humor, one that would be echoed in the fact Feguer was buried with the olive's pit.
>Along with Raymond Fernandez, Beck committed a series of murders in the late 1940's that earned them the title of "The Lonely Hearts Killers." Beck and Fernandez themselves had met through a so-called "lonely hearts" service and the two became partners in crime, answering other singles ads with intention to swindle and murder. Once brought to justice, their lurid story became sensationalized in the media, and continues to be to this day; see the 2006 film Lonely Hearts, where Beck is played, puzzlingly enough, by Selma Hayek. Though convicted only of the murder of Janet Fay, a move that allowed Fernandez and Beck to receive the death penalty, the two were responsible for many more murders, including Delphine Downing and her 2-year-old daughter Rainelle. Beck, a Florida native who had often been criticized for her weight, seems to have taken comfort in her final hours with traditional southern fried fare alongside a modest salad.
>Most people are familiar with the Wuornos case thanks to the 2003 film Monster, starring Charlize Theron. In fact, her story's been the inspiration for a number of documentaries, movies, and even an opera. Wuornos confessed to the murders (including a seventh whose body was never found), but claimed to be acting in self-defense, alleging the men had been attempting to rape her. In later interviews she seemed to take back the claims of self-defense, but watching these, it's difficult to tell what she really believed anymore. However, under the orders of Governor Jeb Bush, psychiatrists did find her competent for execution. Wuornos refused a last meal, having a single cup of coffee before the execution. This might have been because she believed the prison matrons had been contaminating her food; she had been known to refuse meals during her prison stay as a means of protesting what she felt was abusive treatment.
>The kidnapping of the Lindberg baby was dubbed the "Crime of the Century," and continues to captivate to this day. Hauptmann asserted his innocence throughout his interrogation and trial, pleading not guilty to the charges, and even refusing to confess in exchange for an offer to commute his death-penalty to a life sentence. After his death, his wife Anna Hauptmann campaigned unsuccessfully for her husband's innocence, though Anthony Scaduto's 1974 Scapegoat seemed to popularize the idea of Hauptmann's alleged innocence. In recent years, Hauptmann has enjoyed a more sympathetic portrayal in the media, and supporters of his innocence persist into the digital age. However, recent review of the case with modern forensics for a program on Court TV concluded that evidence indeed points to Hauptmann.
What would be your last meal robots? You get one chance.
necrophilia is considered a crime
when will this madness stop
20 tacos from Taco bell, 2 big Macs and 2 large fries, a meat lovers pizza from pizza hut, a bucket of kfc extra crispy and 2 cups of gravy, a bottle of coke and a bottle of Pepsi.
i would have a munchy-box, a bottle of CB Julebrus (norwegian xmas soda) and mille-feuille as dessert
literally the best pastry in the whole world
If you don't answer 'tendies', you're not a true robot and need to get the fuck out.
I would ask for a gallon bucket filled with camel shit, a plate of okra covered in hollandaise sauce and brown gravy, and a glass of vodka with cigarette butts in it.
Since they'd probably refuse, I guess I'd just get tendies and dew
i didnt think about the tiramisu
>he said he couldnt handle all that cream
>cream is a dairy product
>whites are lactose tolerant
therefore he is non-white
>italians are white
xalwad, barees, heeleb, canjeera caano gadood, fadeerat, chaad
Always seemed odd to me how they're ruthless enough to murder you but kind enough to cook you a personal meal of your choice before they do it.
I wonder what they feed you in Saudi Arabia before they cut your head off.
Punishment is punishment anon, you only receive a heinous punishment if you've committed a heinous crime, well, that's supposed to be the logic behind. At least in the states they give you a couple of years to live, sometimes even decades before your eventual death. In Japan, your execution date is completely random, meaning it could be days away or decades away, you're never informed, only on the day you're supposed to die.
Something incredibly sinful and unhealthy.
So I guess Id have
the anus of Nikki Delanowith surimi salad.
Some places have begun instituting limitations and even just changing to a pre-set option because of "dey bein punished so dey don't deserve nuffin" sentiments and instances of individuals ordering a lot and then refusing to eat to waste it as one last fuck-you. Though to be fair I mean it's already kinda wasted since they're going to die and not use the nutrition so it's just for their pleasure as one last kindness.
Anyway If I could have ANYTHING for a last meal I'd want a pomegranate, some roast duck with pomegranate-port sauce and chestnut stuffing with wild rice, a popover, an artichoke, a cup of clam chowder, a lobster roll, and a cup of blueberries.
>your execution date is completely random, meaning it could be days away or decades away, you're never informed, only on the day you're supposed to die
Yeah more and more places are recognizing that as a form of psychological abuse.
thick, porterhouse. w/ gorgonzola. served rare.
Glass of water
request to face a window while I eat.
then put me to death.
After he killed a guy and a police officer, he shot himself in the head which turned it into a botched suicide and a lobotomy.
He didn't know what was going on and was literally retarded, hence why he saved his dessert for later. Essentially, they executed an oblivious mentally retarded man.
Tendies, a 2 ltr of mountain dew while listening to komm susser tod on repeat as I'm executed
Willie Francis survived his execution attempt in 1946 at age 17 when the lectric chair malfunctioned.
They disemboweled them and took tge food back after they died because lack of funding
Wierd how none of these prisoners ask for a sammich and a bottle of 100 year old whiskey. That would be a better way to go than burping with a heightened sense of impending doom.
Live octopus, red wine, and some fried veggie mix rice please and think you.
Chicken fried steak(and not the shitty breaded freezer aisle shit). As a backup, I'd request chicken cordon bleu with gravy, fried coconut shrimp, a side of bacon with over-easy eggs, french fries, pumpkin pie, an a tiramisu.
>6 jumbo fried shrimp with tartar sauce
>2 chicken tenders from canes
>2 cups of canes fries and 2 packs of canes sauce
>bowl of cesar salad with fresh parmesean shavings and fresh black pepper
>bottle of coke
Why give someone about to die anything
Id request the most expensive dish, then just toss it on the fucking floor because fuck you. Not even kidding. I wouldn't give a fuck what I ate a moment before death.
I think Utah is the only state that still has the firing squad. Lethal injection is pretty much the standard for executions in the United States nowadays. A few other states have hanging, the electric chair, and the gas chamber as options however, but they're rarely used.
I don't really understand why Americans started the whole electric chair, gas chamber and lethal injection business anyway...
Shooting or hanging works perfectly fine, doesn't require exotic drugs and is not too messy (unlike the chair).
In fact drop hanging works by breaking the victims neck, so the death is pretty much instantaneous and it's simple and clean.
Approximately two lambs worth of doner meat, an imported Little Ceasars combo, topped off with a 12 selection of krispy kreme donuts and a few pints of cherry coke
Live a fat fuck, die a fat fuck
>John Wayne Gacy
I'd sooner be beheaded with a razor sharp sword by a skilled headsman, like in Saudi Arabia - easily the most painless way to die. I fucking hate injections - I'd sooner be burned alive, I hate needles that much.
>Two pounds of steamed broccoli in a heavy cheese sauce
>A pint of the spiciest curry in India
>Four Taco Bell bean burritos with extra beans and plenty of fire sauce
>A gallon of coffee, black
They can kill me all they want, but they're not gonna like what comes after.
>"I'd ask for the world's rarest truffle. Then while they were searching for it, I'd tunnel my way to freedom. Of course, then I'd miss eating the world's rarest truffle. Quite the quandary."
A good thread for once, thanks op
Im not violent so id never get the death penalty but id have:
>spicy beef curry (made with coconut milk), diet coke, an espresso shot poured over soft serve vanilla ice cream, mcdonalds french fries, and a feta breakfast burrito made by my mom, and salt and vinegar kettle chips
>all while watching cowboy bebop for the last time
I FUCKING LOVE SERIAL KILLER THREAS PLEASE GO ON, BASED OP:
>serial killer thread
I used to live only a few blocks from where Jeffrey Dahmer's apartment was. It's a vacant lot now but the area still suffers in home prices since it's so close to the place where Dahmer tried to create his perfect sex slave. That's what Dahmer was doing by the way, he wasn't a strict serial killer, he just had this belief he could put them in a purgatory with as much mind-altering drugs and head concussions as possible that they would bend to his will. He was a fucking nutjob and literally drunk 24/7. He would down a bottle of vodka like every single fucking day, the cops who arrested him said they never saw someone drink so much without showing signs of actually being drunk.
You know, I read some books about him. I actually feel a little bit of pity for him. Okay, yes, I would put him down, too, but he really had some problems. See: The alcohol he was drinking was supposed to numb him, because he couldnt accept the fact that he was a necrophiliac faggot. Must really suck to be him.
you can get all of that stuff in a grocery store without breaking the bank that hard.
>hahahah time to become a serial killer in the usa then hahahah
your jokes are dumb, like who hasnt heard this one before?
>hahaha time to move to canada because free health care hahaha
>hahaha time to move to the uk cause the drinking age is 18 hahahahah
>hahaha time to become a serial killer in the USA cause they get free generic last meals hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
yeah just get on a plane and move here and kill a bunch of people just for a generic last meal. Itd be so funny.
>hahahahah but let me get a green card first hahahahahah
i just sighed man you are unoriginal
There is no such thing as 100% accuracy when it comes to this.
There are at least hundreds of completely innocent people in prison right now. Hell, maybe you'll be one of them some day.
Listen to Bach's cello suite's 1-6 over a handle of Skol and finish it with a Pall Mall.
Yes but for the last meal they're supposed to enjoy consuming food. Which is sheer enjoyment since they're going to be dying within a few minutes and certainly don't need calories for anything.
You forgot the best one
>In September 2011, the state of Texas abolished all special last meal requests after condemned prisoner Lawrence Russell Brewer requested a huge last meal and did not eat any of it, saying he was not hungry.
>Before his execution Brewer ordered a large meal that included two chicken fried steaks, a triple-meat bacon cheeseburger, a large bowl of fried okra, a pound of barbecue, three fajitas, a meat lover's pizza, a pint of ice cream, and a slab of peanut butter fudge with lots of crushed peanuts.
Wait, this is the guy who was executed. Byrd was the one who was murdered.
>during his arraignment he claimed the women were already there when he moved in.
>His attorney's attempts to declare him insane were unsuccessful, partly due to Heidnik's keen investing abilities. His wealth had allowed him to wallpaper a room in his house with money.
Goddamn. Do you really have to be sane to make that much money though, especially in speculation or investments or however he did it?
A tasty Subway sandwich made just for me by a trained, qualified sandwich artist
A tray of fruit including: blueberries, figs and strawberries as an entree. Hamburger and french fries for the main course, with 2 pints of beer. Bavarian cream and espresso for desert.
Mark Hopkinson, executed in Wyoming in 1992: Pizza, shared with his mother and other family members.
>sharing a pizza with your mom moments before she gets to watch you being fried by the state
Ignoring the fact that the guy was probably a monster, this still hits a bit too close to home lads
Some people aren't emotionally weak faggots like you. It's just fucking food. It's just fucking death. That's all it is. Nothing to get excited about. They knew this was coming for years and came to terms with their fate.
Or some kind of cartilage and fat mixture. They did a really disrespectful job of plopping the jelly right on the plate. Still looks damn delicious. I feel like going in and out of some McDiners now to experience this kind of home cooking outside of home.
The most expensive pretentious bullshit out there. Caviar, hundred year old whisky, rare mushrooms, just to waste more wagecuck tax dollars. And then I wouldn't even eat it.
I think it varies state by state quite significantly. At least according to Wikipedia it does.
Fuck 'Merica tho. Only pedos should be put to death tbqh. And it should be by an angry mob. Mob justice
an 18oz ribeye grilled medium rare, dry rub of salt, pepper, cayenne and garlic powder
a sweet potato with butter, cinnamon, brown sugar
2 popeye's milk chicken breasts
one piece of cherry cheesecake
one piece of a chocolate ganache torte
a sleeve of oreos with massive amounts of skim milk
hopefully I'd be so full after eating all of that that I would vomit when they inject me and then they'd have to clean up not only piss and shit but puke as well. fuck you mcniggers trying to euthanize me like a dog.