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Ricky Gray says "nope" when asked final words before execution. Does this show his callousness?

  • Yes, this shows his callousness.

    Not really sure what people were expecting Ricky Gray to say before his execution. Not sure what any of our final words would be in that situation either. However, Grays actions have proven the callousness of his behavior. His last act of refusing to show any remorse before his execution further demonstrates that callousness.

  • Ricky Gray says "nope" when asked final words before execution. This show his callousness

    Ricky Gray says "nope" when asked final words before execution. This show his callousness. But, why should we be surprised? He's a convicted killer. By definition he is callous. Luckily, where he is going there is no stop, drop and roll. His callousness will be rewarded as only Satan can do it.

  • There's nothing to say.

    Saying last words is a silly thing. Nobody really cares what the person has to say. It is almost cruel to even give the person a chance to make last words because people are just going to make fun of them after. He's not being callous, he's just acknowledging they don't help.

  • No, his behaviour during and after the trail show his callousness.

    Ricky Gray was a former convict before he committed his murder spree with Ray Dandridge. He killed many people, including women and children. He was brutal.There is no record of him showing remorse during his trail. If he said that he was sorry moments before death, it is likely that it was due to fear of death rather then actual remorse.If he had actual remorse about his crimes, he would of showed it earlier.


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