Sunday, 31 December 2006

William F. Mathews role during Allen Lee Davis Execution

William F. Mathews, P.A., physician's assistant for Florida State Prison, corroborrated that Davis could not have had trouble breathing. Matthews took Davis's pulse for two minutes after the electrical current ceased and did not feel anything. He also checked for heart and lung sounds and did not hear any. He said that he saw Davis's chest slump but that Davis did not show any sign of life when this occurred.


Anonymous said...

I work in the prison system, inmates are a bunch of pigs!!! I am so sick of hearing about the death penalty being inhumane. What about the way these sons of bitches murder in a worse than an animal would. That's what is inhumane!

Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree more!