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Topic - Robert Gleason Jr.
When Robert Gleason Jr. walks into Virginia's death chamber Wednesday night and is strapped into the rarely used electric chair, it will mark the end of a twisted quest to speed his own death.
A man who strangled his prison cellmate and made good on a vow to continue killing if he wasn't executed was put to death Wednesday in Virginia's electric chair.
A Virginia prisoner who strangled two inmates in the state's highest security prisons and vowed to keep killing unless he was put to death is scheduled to be executed in January.
A Virginia inmate told prosecutors he would kill again if not given the death penalty after his involvement in the death of another inmate.
This has been a long time coming," he said in one of the many interviews from death row."
He said doing so would allow him to teach his children, including two young sons, what could happen if they followed in his footsteps.