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Wilcher met Katie Belle Moore and Velma Odell Noblin at a Scott County bar and at closing time persuaded the women to take him home. Under this pretext, he directed the women down a deserted service road in the Bienville National Forest where he robbed and brutally murdered the women by stabbing them a total of 46 times.
He told reporter Sid Salter he stabbed Velma Odell Noblin and Katie Bell Moore on a deserted U.S. Forest Service road on a rainy night in 1982 because "it felt good."
Wilcher asked for a contact visit with Lindy Lou Wells who had been a juror in one of his trials, but the request was denied. Wilcher and Wells had developed a friendship. She was allowed a non-contact visit with Wilcher
Wilcher's last meal request was for two dozen shrimp, two large orders of fried onion rings, two orders of fries, one raw onion, six pieces of garlic bread, two cold, 32-ounce Cokes and two strawberry shakes.
Wilcher asked for and received a Valium shortly before the execution began.
Offered a chance to make a final statement, he said: "I have none."
"The families are relieved. It was long overdue," said Moore's nephew. "My emotions are better now because it's finally over," Moore said. "We don't have to focus on it all the time. But it just looks to me like he died too peaceful a death compared to the crime he committed."
After the execution, family member, Joe Rigby said: "All I could think about was when I first saw what he'd done to those ladies on the end of that government road. He died such a peaceful death compared to what they endured, to what my aunt endured."
So, basically this subhuman savagely and violently murdered 2 women and had no remorse. Got a bunch of his favorite foods, a chance to call and write letters to say goodbye to everyone, got a chance to visit with a chaplain if he so desired, got a sedative to relax him and then got peacefully put to sleep as if he were going under for surgery. And the lady in this documentary calls it "not humane" and then tries to justify the murders telling her husband "Haven't you gotten so mad you wanted to throw something?" Unreal. This lady is nuts. If his victims would have been able to kill him in self-defense would she find that inhumane, too? Well, we're just doing for the victims what they would have done themselves, had they been able. So sick of all the attention and sympathy being focused on men who brutalize women. All I can think about is their abject terror being driven down a dark country road by this madmen and what was going through their minds. Just wanting to be able to go home to their loved ones and see them again.
One last thing, Lindy Lou carries a gun. If you're against the penalty of death, don't carry a gun, you hypocrite.
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