HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — An Indiana man whose cross-country crime spree with his girlfriend a decade ago ended in a gun battle with police in San Francisco was executed Thursday in Texas for killing a sheriff's officer.
Joshua Maxwell's voice broke as he apologized repeatedly in the seconds before the state put him to death by lethal injection for the October 2000 slaying of Bexar County sheriff's Sgt. Rudy Lopes.
"The person that did that 10 years ago isn't the same person you see today," Maxwell said. "I hurt a lot of people with decisions I made. I can't be more sorry than I am right now."
He said his execution was "creating more victims."
"This is not gonna change anything," he said. SOURCE
Wrong asshole. Someone has some closure now. I hate it when these animals kill someone and think that their execution will not change anything. It does change things in the fact that there is one less murdering thug to provide medical care, food and shelter for.
A prior story about this animal and his girlfriend. SOURCE