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    Carey Dale Grayson - Alabama Death Row


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    Summary of Offense:

    In 1994, four teenagers, Trace Royal Duncan, 17, Carey Dale Grayson, 19, Kenny Loggins, 17, and Louis Mangione, 16, kidnapped and murdered hitchhiker, Vicki De Blieux, 37, who was traveling to her mother’s home in Tennessee. The defendants picked her up and promised to take her to her mother’s but instead took her to a wooded area. After she spurned their sexual advances, they kicked and stomped her and threw her over a cliff. Carey Grayson told Louis Mangione that he was going to “sacrifice the bitch.” Three defendants then returned to the scene and proceeded to mutilate, cannibalize part of her body, and remove all of her fingers, both to thwart identification, and to keep as souvenirs. The defendants were arrested after Louis Mangione began showing Ms. De Blieux’s fingers to friends. Kenneth Loggins and Carey Dale Grayson were sentenced to death in 1996. Louis Christopher Mangione and Trace Royal Ducan received a sentence of life imprisonment.

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    Hitchhiker's brutal slaying set Birmingham area man on path to April execution date

    The Alabama Supreme Court has set execution dates for two death row inmates, including Cary Dale Grayson, who will die for his role in the brutal 1994 kidnapping and slaying of a woman hitchhiking in Jefferson County.

    Grayson was one of four men convicted of torturing and killing of Vicki Lynn DeBlieux, and then throwing her body off of a cliff.

    The court Wednesday set Grayson's execution date for April 12.

    The court also set a March 29 execution date for Tommy Arthur, 69, was is sentenced to die for the 1982 murder-for-hire killing of Muscle Shoals businessman Troy Wicker.

    Arthur is one of the longest serving inmates on Alabama's Death Row, said Department of Corrections spokesman Brian Corbett.

    This is the fifth time an execution date has been set for Arthur.

    Both men are to die by lethal injection at Holman Prison in Atmore.

    DeBlieux was kidnapped while hitchhiking from Chattanooga, Tenn., to West Monroe, La., when she accepted a ride from Grayson, Kenny Loggins, Trace Duncan and Louis Mangione on the Trussville exit of Interstate 59 on Feb. 22, 1994.

    She was beaten so badly that every bone in her head was broken at least once, according to the autopsy, and she had to be identified by an old X-ray of her spine. The teenagers, some of whom were later quoted as calling her the perfect victim, tossed her body into a dump in St. Clair County.

    According to testimony in the teens' 1996 trials, they took Mangione home and the other three returned and mutilated the corpse, stabbing it more than 180 times, severing the fingers and hacking open the chest. They gave a finger to Mangione who showed it to other friends who tipped the police. Almost all of the wounds happened after death, according to the coroner's report.

    Testimony presented at sentencing for Grayson and the other three showed he dropped out of school after his divorced mother was killed when he was 12.

    His father didn't attend his trial, but relatives testified that the family had a history of manic depression and two psychologists testified Grayson also suffered from the disease.

    Still, a jury took only 10 minutes to recommend he die for his crime.

    Jefferson County Circuit Judge Mike McCormick sentenced Grayson, Loggins and Duncan to death, following the recommendation of electric chair by their three juries.

    Citing a unanimous jury recommendation to spare Mangione, the judge sentenced him to life without parole.

    The death sentences for Loggins and Duncan later were vacated after a 2003 U.S. Supreme Court decision that banned the death penalty for people who killed before they turned 18. Both were 17 at the time of DeBlieux's slaying. They are now serving life without parole.

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    She was beaten so badly that every bone in her head was broken at least once, according to the autopsy, and she had to be identified by an old X-ray of her spine. The teenagers, some of whom were later quoted as calling her the perfect victim, tossed her body into a dump in St. Clair County.
    Oh my.

    According to testimony in the teens' 1996 trials, they took Mangione home and the other three returned and mutilated the corpse, stabbing it more than 180 times, severing the fingers and hacking open the chest. They gave a finger to Mangione who showed it to other friends who tipped the police. Almost all of the wounds happened after death, according to the coroner's report.
    Certainly qualifies as "worst of the worst" IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpg View Post
    Certainly qualifies as "worst of the worst" IMO.
    I'm not so sure about that. While the murder was horrific, there was only one victim who wasn't a child. Besides, most of the wounds were inflicted post-mortem.

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    It is one of the worst I have read about. They beat Vicki De Blieux to death, then returned to the scene and proceeded to mutilate, cannibalize part of her body, and remove all of her fingers, both to thwart identification, and to keep as souvenirs.

    How does that not qualify as "worst of the worst"? Good thing they were not serial sadists!
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    The more homicide victims there are, the more lives that are lost and the more devastated families there are. If at least one child is murdered, then the offense is truly heinous. Despite the sheer brutality of this offense committed by Carey Dale Grayson and his criminal associates, it doesn't match up the most severe criminals that were executed in just 2011 (Oba Chandler, Guadalupe Esparza, Reginald Brooks, etc).
    Last edited by Derek; 03-25-2012 at 05:23 PM.

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    This comes down to a matter of opinion. I don't think there needs to be multiple victims or an age requirement to raise the level of brutality of a murder.
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    said it before and will say it again, some DR inmates just don't get the type of execution they deserve. This is 1 DR inmate that deserves to be hung, only to have the rope take his head off......Over kill should have tougher guidelines for how they are executed.....

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    How big is the chance that this execution will go through?
    I don't think that the 11th will rule on the AL LI protocol in the next 12 days.

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    This comes down to a matter of opinion. I don't think there needs to be multiple victims or an age requirement to raise the level of brutality of a murder.
    Agreed. Someone remarked after one recent execution that some people, by their actions, forfeit the right to live. That applies to these "people" 100% in my book.

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