The alibi of Kenneth Hogan, executed tonight by the state of Oklahoma, was always a little sketchy. Hogan was convicted of killing a 21-year-old female who was a friend of the family, but he claimed it wasn't his fault. According to Hogan's account, he and the girl had been smoking marijuana together when she suddenly began pressuring him to go out and steal a stereo for her. When Hogan refused, the girl got angry and grabbed a knife. Hogan took the knife from her and accidentally stabbed her in self-defense--over 25 times.
Sure, it could happen.
But now back to the main question: What did Hogan order for his last meal? In Oklahoma, all last meals are ordered from local restaurants and must cost under $15. That normally means fast food. Because of his eerie resemblance to a certain colonel, I thought Hogan might request some KFC...but I was wrong.
For his last meal, Kenneth Hogan asked for a 2/3-pound cheeseburger, 3 large orders of french fries, a 10-oz block of sharp cheddar cheese, one bag of BBQ corn nuts, and a 20-oz Pepsi.
Hogan's last words were "There's a chemical taste in my mouth," followed by, "I'm going, I'm going, I'm going."