Alabama serves justice.
He kills four and wounds three because of mental illness but still manages to petition the supreme court for a stay of execution because of the drugs used to execute him. It seems that if he was "mentally ill" he would be less aware of the drugs awaiting him in the execution room. I believe a stinking defense lawyer had a hand in this. If ever there was a monster in need of execution it is this one.
ATMORE, Ala. (WALA) - At 6:19 p.m. on Thursday Jason Oric Williams was executed by lethal injection at Holman Prison. Williams is the first to be executed in the state of Alabama since the state switched to the drug pentobarbital.
In the hours before his death, Williams appealed to the Supreme Court to stop his execution due to the switch of drugs which was denied. This came after his request was also denied by the appeals court.
Williams was sentenced to death in 1992 for a shooting rampage that killed four people and wounded three others in Irvington, Ala. Williams was convicted of shooting and killing Gerald Paravicini at his home where Williams had been staying for a couple of weeks. After killing Paravicini, Williams beat Paravicinis wife, Claire, with the same .22 caliber pistol used to kill her husband. The Paravicini’s 16-year-old son, Jeffrey Carr, was also shot but survived.
Williams then left the Paravicini house and ran down the street to another home. He then shot and killed residents Freddie and Linda Barber and their 23-year-old son, Bryan. Their other son, Brad, who was home at the time, was shot but survived. Source