Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Going to a Party? Don't be Coy

Coy Wesbrook was executed by the state of Texas tonight for a mass killing that took place in 1997. Wesbrook had been invited to a party at his ex-wife’s house, but when things turned rowdy and the ex-wife began having relations with two other men, Wesbrook got jealous and killed his ex-wife, a second woman, and three male party guests with a hunting rifle.

Wesbrook, who went by the name “Elvis” during his time in prison, wasn’t allowed to order a “King”-sized last meal because Texas no longer allows inmates to make special requests. For his last meal, Coy Wesbrook was served the same food as others in his unit: baked chicken, mashed potatoes, country gravy, green beans, black-eyed peas, sliced bread, and mandarin orange cake, with a choice of water, tea, or punch to drink.


  1. Death penalty should be mandatory in ALL states!

  2. This is reason I think security should be there in all parties. I have decided to throw a party at one of local venues in NYC. The venue is truly a great place for parties and after partying there with my friends, realized that it’s quite safe.