VIA| During an execution of a baby rapist and killer by the state of Oklahoma, Charles Warner utter last words befitting his crime.
Convicted of raping and killing an 11-month-old baby girl back in 2003, Warner sat on death row and suffered for more than a decade as he awaited his last day on earth.
The little girl was his girlfriend’s baby. Warner committed first-degree rape and murder of the girl back in the summer of 1997. She would be 19-years-old now if he hadn’t taken her life.
Warren was sentenced to death back in April 2014. He was scheduled to die after Clayton Lockett. Unfortunately, the executioner botched Lockett’s lethal injection so Warner death had to wait until they investigated the problem.
Now Oklahoma increased the amount of sedative used during lethal injection by five times.
Before he was sentenced to death, Warner was asked for his final words. This is what the murdering child rapist said.
“Before I give my final statement, I’ll tell you they poked me five times and it feels like acid.
“I’m sorry for all of the pain I caused,” Warner continued. “I’m not a monster. I didn’t do everything they said I did. I love people. I love my family. I love Jesus.”
He then thanked his mother and sister for their support and told them to “tell my baby girl she means the world to me.”
After the first three drugs were administered, Warner said what would be his true last words:
“My body is on fire. No one should go through this. I’m not afraid to die.”
Warner was officially declared dead at 7:28 p.m. Central Time.
Throughout the procedure, Warner’s attorney Madeline Cohen was by her client’s side.
“Because Oklahoma injected Mr. Warner with a paralytic tonight, acting as a chemical veil, we will never know whether he experienced the intense pain of suffocation and burning that would result from injecting a conscious person with rocuronium bromide and potassium chloride,” Cohen said.