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    David Ray Bartol - Oregon Death Row


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    Death penalty still on table for stabbing

    A man accused of stabbing a fellow inmate to death in the Marion County jail still is waiting to see whether he will face the death penalty.

    The Marion County Sheriff's Office said David Ray Bartol, 42, stabbed Gavin Siscel, 33, through the eye with a homemade knife in the jail's day room June 4. Siscel died 2 days later.

    Since then, Deputy District Attorney Matt Kemmy said his office is deciding whether it should ask for the death penalty.

    Jurors in an Oregon death penalty case have to unanimously answer yes to 4 questions about a person's intent and history before he or she can receive a death sentence.

    "That's 48 yeses. If it's 47 yeses and 1 no, he does not get death," Kemmy said. "We want to ensure the 4 questions are answered to our satisfaction before we charge him ... That's continuing as we speak."

    Kemmy didn't know when his office would finish its background work on Bartol. He said the DA could also ask for life without parole or life with the option of parole in 30 years.

    Bartol currently is serving 18 years in the Oregon State Penitentiary for a January home invasion shooting in South Salem.

    (Source: The Statesman Journal)
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    (Left to right) Joseph Gerald Schwab, Michael Philip Donald O’Malley, Michael Newcomb and David Ray


    January 9, 2015

    Inmate indicted in new attempted murder case

    PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) – Four men have been indicted with multiple felonies as part of an on-going white supremacy gang and shooting investigation, including one man who already is accused of killing an inmate in Marion County’s jail.

    Joseph Gerald Schwab, Michael Philip Donald O’Malley, Michael Newcomb and David Ray Bartol are each charged with two counts of attempted aggravated murder, two counts first-degree assault, four counts of first-degree kidnapping, two counts of first-degree robbery with a firearm, one count of second-degree robbery with a firearm, and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon with a firearm.

    Bartol, who is in custody at the Oregon State Penitentiary (OSP), has a pending aggravated murder case in Marion County because he is accused of killing another inmate inside the jail.

    Schwab, who was arraigned Monday, is accused of two counts of attempted murder, one count of first-degree assault, four counts of first-degree kidnapping, one count of first-degree robbery, one count of second-degree robbery and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon.

    According to court records, the incident occurred Feb. 12, 2013. Police said the incident occurred near Southeast 84 and Powell.

    The Marion County Sheriff’s Office said in 2013 that Bartol used homemade weapon and stabbed Gavin Lee Siscel. The 33-year-old man died six days later at Oregon Health & Science University. Court records show Bartol entered a not guilty plea Dec. 4, 2014. If convicted of aggravated murder, a jury could sentence Bartol to death.

    Schwab, who is currently serving a prison sentence at Oregon’s Coffee Creek Correctional Institution, has a lengthy criminal history. Records show he was part of the group accused of kidnapping a Southwest Portland and holding him at a Gresham apartment. The man had to be rescued by the East County SWAT team in Feb. 2014. He entered a plea of not guilty Monday.

    Prior to this latest indictment, O’Malley, who is being held at the Multnomah County Inverness Jail, does not have any major criminal record in Multnomah County. In Nov. 2014, he entered a plea of guilty after police found him possession of a restricted weapon. He entered a plea of not guilty Thursday.

    Newcomb, who is in custody at the Multnomah County Detention Center, has a criminal record that dates back to 2005 in Multnomah County. Records show must of the accusations have been for drug and traffic related offenses. He appeared in court Friday morning and entered a plea of not guilty.

    Bartol has not been arraigned on the new grand jury indictment. It remains unknown when he will be transported back to Multnomah County.

    Police said Friday the case remains under investigation, but declined to release specifics.

    http://koin.com/2015/01/09/accused-i...d-murder-case/
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    February 24, 2015

    David Ray Bartol: Man accused of running torture chamber out of auto body shop in Portland, Oregon


    PORTLAND, Ore. -- David Ray Bartol is no stranger to Oregon police. But his latest crime has even stunned officers.

    Investigators say the suspect, and others, kidnapped men and then held them in a makeshift torture chamber.

    In the winter of 2012, an unassuming auto body shop served as a torture chamber on at least two occasions.

    "It's just very disconcerting," says neighbor Joe Tompkins.

    Like other neighbors, Tompkins, who lives just a couple houses down from the corner, had no idea.

    Bartol is accused of kidnapping a man in December, 2012, and taking him to Tom's Auto Body.

    Court documents spell out a grisly sequence of events, during which Bartol admitted to duct taping the man, burning him with cigarettes, torturing him with a grinder, and dousing him with gasoline before injecting a syringe full of heroin into his neck.

    Investigators say Bartol told them he thought the man was dead, so he rolled him in a blanket and dumped him behind a business.

    Officers later found him, barely alive.

    Two months after the first torture session, he's accused of kidnapping and torturing another man, beating him with a baseball bat before shooting him twice.

    That man also barely survived.

    "I drive by that every day. It just seemed like a respectable auto body shop," Tompkins said.

    Investigators say Bartol is a member of a white supremacist gang.

    He's been arrested several times over the years.

    He was also charged with killing a fellow inmate in prison.

    Tompkins, has lived in the neighborhood where Bartol apparently did his gang's dirty work for years.

    He knew there was crime around him, even gang activity, but never suspected this.

    "It's disheartening to know that it's around, and really you can't do much about it," he said.

    Bartol pled not guilty in court Monday.

    His next court appearance is scheduled for April.

    http://www.wptv.com/news/national/da...ortland-oregon
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    Murder Trial Starts for Convict Already Facing Decades in Prison

    David Ray Bartol was recently sentenced to more than 50 years. Now he faces a possible death penalty.

    By Colin Miner
    The Portland Patch

    David Ray Bartol, who earlier this year was sentenced to more than 50 years in prison for two separate attacks in which gang associates were tortured, goes on trial Monday for allegedly killing a fellow inmate.

    Bartol, who was serving 18 years in the Marion County Jail for a home invasion robbery, allegedly plunged a sharpened object into the eye of a fellow inmate and pounded at it with one of his sandals.

    The inmate died several days later.

    If the jury convicts him, they will then have to decide whether he should receive the death penalty.

    Prosecutors have said Bartol was a member of the Krude Rude Brood gang.

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    Krude Rude Brood gang member guilty in fatal jail stabbing

    A member of a white supremacist gang has been convicted of murder in the death of a fellow inmate.

    David Bartol was accused of fatally stabbing Gavin Siscel with a homemade knife while the two were at the Marion County Jail in 2013. The Statesman Journal reports (https://is.gd/vpU5kc) that the victim was serving a 30-day sentence for contempt of court while Bartol was awaiting trial for a robbery.

    Marion County prosecutors say he could get the death penalty.

    Separately, a Multnomah County jury in August found Bartol guilty of torturing two fellow Krude Rude Brood gang members. Bartol was accused of sanding gang members' tattoos off, injecting them with heroin and shooting them. He was sentenced to 55 years in prison for attempted murder and other crimes.

    http://www.union-bulletin.com/news/n...b07aa10c2.html
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    Man sentenced to death for fatally stabbing inmate at Marion County jail

    A Marion County jury sentenced a 45-year-old man and member of the Krude Rude Brood gang to death for fatally stabbing a fellow inmate while incarcerated in 2013.

    The jury delivered their verdict on Thursday at the Marion County Court house. The victim's family silently teared up as Judge Tracy Prall read the sentence aloud.

    In October, the jury found David Ray Bartol guilty of aggravated murder.

    In August, a Multnomah County jury found Bartol guilty of 24 counts — including aggravated attempted murder and kidnapping — for torturing two fellow Krude Rude Brood gang members. Bartol was accused of sanding gang members' tattoos off, injecting them with heroin and shooting them. He was sentenced to 55 years in prison.

    After an official sentencing date on Nov. 15, Bartol will join 34 others on Oregon's death row.

    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/stor...jail/93616564/
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    David Bartol to become 35th person on Oregon's death death row

    By Whitney M. Woodworth
    The Statesman-Journal

    Marion County Judge Tracy Prall signed a death warrant Tuesday and sent David Bartol, 45, to Oregon's Death Row. And into limbo.

    Bartol joins 33 other men and one woman in Oregon's prison system who have been sentenced to death. But no execution has been carried out since 1997, and all potential executions have been subject to a moratorium put in place in 2011 by then-Gov. John Kitzhaber.

    After taking office, current Gov. Kate Brown upheld the moratorium and made her personal opposition to the death penalty clear.

    "(Brown) will continue Oregon’s death penalty moratorium, because after thoroughly researching the issues, serious concerns remain about the constitutionality and workability of Oregon’s lethal injection law," said spokesman Bryan Hockaday in a recent email.

    He said the state's ability to obtain execution drugs was in question, as was the constitutionality of Oregon's current three-drug protocol.

    Brown expects a sea change nationally through legislation and court decisions, he added.

    "These national dynamics, together with the very real challenges to carrying out the death penalty in Oregon, informed Governor Brown’s decision to continue the moratorium," Hockaday said.

    Oregon is among 31 states that have death penalty, however, four of those states, including Washington and Oregon, have a gubernatorial moratorium in place.

    Bartol's sentence, after being convicted of aggravated murder for stabbing fellow inmate Gavin Siscel, 33, to death with a homemade knife in the Marion County jail's day room, was the first death sentencing in more than two years in Oregon.

    The 33 men on Oregon's death row are housed at the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem. The only woman on death row, Angela McAnulty, 48, is incarcerated at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility.

    Tonya Gushard, spokeswoman for the Oregon State Penitentiary said Bartol, who was already incarcerated at the penitentiary, will return to special housing and undergo evaluation. After evaluation, which could take up to 30 days, he will be moved to death row.

    Oregon's death row inmates are classified as Level 5, the maximum custody designation at the prison. They are housed in single cells and segregated from the general population.

    Inmates are allowed a minimum of 40 minutes of inside exercise seven days a week and one hour of outside exercise five days a week. Inmates cannot keep a change of clothes in their cell and instead must swap out clothes three times a week.

    They may call using the inmate telephone system and are allowed scheduled visitations, but all visiting is non-contact.

    Additionally, Bartol will be able to purchase televisions, radios and other items from the prison canteen.

    Bartol will be provided religious counseling each week. Educational materials are provided to inmates upon written request, and they may also have work opportunities within their housing unit.

    A death sentence yields an automatic, direct review to the Oregon Supreme Court, and the ensuing appeals process can last decades.

    Since 2011, when Kitzhaber placed a moratorium on death sentence executions, inmates wanting to drop appeals and be executed were left in a waiting game.

    When the moratorium was placed, it had already been more than a decade since Oregon executed an inmate. Between 1904 and 1997, 60 men were executed by hanging, gas and lethal injection, but only two executions took place after 1962. Both men executed in the 1990s had given up their appellate rights.

    Since he began his time as Marion County's District Attorney, Walt Beglau said 21 aggravated murder cases have been tried in the county. Of the 21, evidence for a death sentence has only been presented in seven cases.

    In Oregon, death sentences are different, Beglau said. He cited the state's unique, two-part process for trying cases when the death penalty is on the table. A jury first determines whether or not a defendant is guilty of aggravated murder, then enters a penalty phase where they must consider four questions:

    "It's good to have the bar as high as it can be," he said.

    The office embarks on years-long, fact-finding investigation that looks at the evidence of the case. Those facts matter because of the severity of the situation, he added.

    Some question why the office continues to pursue the death penalty in light of the moratorium. Beglau said it is his legal duty to consider the death penalty for aggravated murder cases. He respects Brown's decision and other moral stances, but has to carry out his legal responsibility.

    "We will continue to follow the law," he said, adding that it brings the public justice. "It's what Oregon voters approved, and we're fulfilling it."

    The 12 jurors who unanimously found Bartol guilty of the aggravated murder of Gavin Siscel, 33, and sentenced him to death during the six-week trial were relieved of their duties Thursday, but a handful returned to attend the sentencing. They crowded onto one side of the courtroom along with Siscel's family and friends.

    Siscel's aunt and childhood friend addressed the courtroom.

    Judith Krutsch, Siscel's aunt, thanked the prosecution, jury and others who stood up for her nephew and "delivered justice."

    Bartol's attorney, Steven Gorham, said he was disappointed in the outcome and the state's willingness to spend millions of dollars seeking a death sentence.

    "In the end, Mr. Bartol will clearly die in prison," Gorham said.

    It could be from natural causes. Or he could be executed by lethal injection, but Gorham said, "We both know that's not likely."

    After Bartol's attorney spoke, Prall addressed the court.

    "The horrific nature of this crime was certainly hard to bear," she said.

    She asked Bartol if he'd like to speak on his behalf.

    "No, I have nothing to say," he replied.

    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/stor...-row/93817618/

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    David Ray Bartol entered Oregon's death row on November 30, 2016.

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