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    July 16, 2006: 5-year-old Destiny Norton was lured from her home to the home of Craig Roger Gregerson, where he raped and killed her, then put her in a plastic tub until law enforcement found her. He pled guilty to avoid the death penalty and was sentenced to LWOP.

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Rhonda Crane murder 7/26/1986 Perry County, MS *Paul Everette Woodard convicted, Executed May 19, 2010*

Rhonda Crane

Rhonda’s father said it best:

“They didn’t give him the death penalty; he earned it,” said Holloman.

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4 Responses

  1. this was my father i dont miss him but i do miss what he should have been i feel sorry for the loss her family has suffered at the hands of my father but i know that as a father the very short time i can remember he was good to us and i just cant understand why someone would do what he has done i only wish i could have asked in person why he did that and now i will never be able to they should have never let him live so long and he should never have had all those new triles

    • Jenny,

      Thank you for your comments. I am sorry for what you have had to go through also. I am impressed that you are so empathetic with the victim and her loved ones.

  2. My Beautiful Jenny, I wish you could have asked you father those questions, too. I feel so blessed because i did get to ask him. We had several long conversations about the things he did and why. I was only twelve when this happened but i remember it so vividly. It crushed me because it crushed my family. I have the deepest sympathy for Ms. Crane’s family. I also have always had the deepest sympathy for Granny and Pappy because they were such good people. And i have always loved your mother and felt so much pain, for her, as well. If you ever wanna talk about your dad, or anything else please e-mail me at I love you, joanna and p.j very much and i hope you know that your always my family. Please give Aunt Kathy my best. xoxo

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