For the 1989 brutal murders of Robert Sturmfels, 56, and Georgette Sturmfels, 55, Louis Bernard Gaskin, then age 56, was found guilty.
He used a.22 caliber rifle to shoot the couple in their Flager County vacation house where they were visiting from New Jersey.
In addition, Gaskin was found guilty of armed robbery, burglary, and the attempted murders of Mary and Joseph Rector.
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According to reports, Gaskin stole a clock, two lamps, and a videocassette recorder from their home; all of these items were eventually discovered at his house.
He earned the nickname “Black Ninja” because he always wore all-black ninja clothing when committing his crimes.
According to AP News, he said: “The guilt was always there.
“The devil had more of a hold than God did. I knew that I was wrong. I wasn’t insane.”
After spending 33 years on death row, Gaskin was executed on April 12 at 6:15 pm after receiving the lethal injection.
According to Department of Prisons spokesperson Kayla McLaughlin Smith, he consumed his last meal at 9:45 am, and it was undoubtedly a substantial one.
Gaskin’s meal was revealed to have featured BBQ pork ribs, pork and turkey neck, Buffalo wings, shrimp fried rice, french fries, and water during a press conference.
One person says: “I can never understand how prisoners awaiting execution could even want to eat a last meal. Let alone a feast.”
Another user adds: “Man eats better on death row than I do with no felonies.”
Someone else pens: “I can never understand how prisoners awaiting execution could even want to eat a last meal.”
“They should’ve fed this scum a bowl of plain oatmeal and a bag of rice cakes,” slams another.
While Gaskin enjoyed a feast, one death row inmate suffered an ‘excruciating’ death after making a ‘mistake’ with his last meal.
Purkey, who is thought to have had dementia, reportedly requested pecan pie for his final meal.
He requested to have it “later,” not realising that there would be no “later,” so he never got to eat it.