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Topic - Manuel Pardo
A former Florida police officer is scheduled to be executed Tuesday for the murder of nine people in a 1986 rampage over three months.
Pardo contended that he was doing the world a favor by killing them.
"I am a soldier, I accomplished my mission, and I humbly ask you to give me the glory of ending my life and not send me to spend the rest of my days in state prison," Pardo told jurors at his 1988 trial.