Frank Spisak to be executed

Frank Spisak Jr at his trial

A self-proclaimed Nazi who shot 5 people, killing 3 of them in an attempt to start a race war in Cleveland is set to be executed Thursday February 17, 2011.

Frank Spisak aka Frances Anne, was found guilty in 1983 of murdering Rev. Horace Rickerson, Timothy Sheehan and Brian Warford. He also shot John Hardaway several times and shot at but misses Coletta Darrtt.

Spisak told investigators that he went on hunting parties to kill black people. He also blamed blacks for his inability to get a job.

During his initial trial Spisak carried Hitler’s Mein Kampf into the courtroom. He also made a Nazi Salute to the jury.

Frank has claimed that his ‘identity confusion’ is a mental illness and tried get off on an insanity plea. Happily no one has bought that excuse from the man who described how good he felt killing Warford.

So, tomorrow at 10 am Cleveland time the man who has sat on death row for 27 years in Ohio will end his stay and be the last man in Ohio to be put to permanent sleep using sodium thiopental.

Goodbye Frank.




Frank’s whining in his own words.

  1. Update:
    The U.S. state of Ohio has executed a Nazi sympathizer who killed three people on a college campus nearly 30 years ago.

    Frank Spisak read Bible verses in German before being put to death by lethal injection Thursday. Spisak was Ohio’s longest-serving death row inmate, spending more than 27 years there following his conviction.

    He was the last inmate in Ohio put to death using the drug sodium thiopental. The drug is in short supply after the only U.S. manufacturer stopped producing it this year.

    He shot to death three people on the campus of Cleveland State University in a rampage in 1982 that targeted blacks.

    During his trial, Spisak had a Hitler-style mustache and gave Nazi salutes to the courtroom. Spisak, who cross-dressed and identified himself as a woman, said he had been hoping to spark a race war in the city of Cleveland with his “hunting parties” targeting blacks.

    He lost numerous appeals for mercy on the grounds he suffered from mental illness, gender confusion and did not receive a proper defense at his trial.

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a final appeal by Spisak, in which he asked to delay the execution so he could raise questions about the constitutionality of the death penalty.

  2. This is one nutjob that non one will miss. The man was an animal.

  3. He was worse than most animals.
    I m sure that many people slept better knowing that he was no longer a threat.

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