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James David Autry - Texas Execution - March 14, 1984
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    James David Autry - Texas Execution - March 14, 1984




    Facts of Crime: On April 20, 1980, Autry shot a 43-year-old female convenience store clerk between the eyes with a .38 caliber pistol causing her death. Autry had been arguing with the clerk about the price of a six pack of beer. Two witnesses were also shot in the head. One witness was a 43-year-old former Roman Catholic priest, who died instantly. The other witness was a Greek seaman who survived the gunshot, with serious injuries.

    Victims: Shirley Drouet and Joe Broussard

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    Manner of execution: Lethal Injection

    Last Meal: Hamburger, French fries and a Dr Pepper.

    Final Statement: Declined to make a last statement.

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    James David Autry (September 27, 1954 – March 14, 1984) was a convicted murderer in the U.S. state of Texas, executed by lethal injection.

    Autry had been convicted of shooting 43-year-old Port Arthur convenience store clerk, Shirley Drouet, between the eyes with a .38 caliber pistol on April 20, 1980. He then shot two witnesses in the head, one of whom, Joe Broussard, a former Roman Catholic priest, died instantly, while the other, Anthanasios Svarnas, a Greek seaman, survived but was left with permanent brain damage. The crime had been committed with John Alton Sandifer, Autry's roommate. Although no money was missing from the cash register, a carton of beer valued at $2.70 was missing.

    In October 1983, he had been strapped in the gurney in the execution chamber, with the needles in his arms, when a stay of execution came through. He would be later executed on March 14, 1984, in the second execution in Texas since the reintroduction of the death penalty in the state after Gregg v. Georgia.

    He declined to make a final statement but did request a last meal of a hamburger, French fries, and a Dr Pepper.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Autry

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