It wasn’t lost on Calley that he lived in a death penalty State, although the authorities were gracious enough to offer the alternative of death by gas chamber or lethal injection. He didn’t relish spending years on death row mulling over his choice: consequently Calley made a crucial immediate decision; he’d deny all knowledge of the attacker and trust in the Lord, hang the consequences. (Not an option)
What’s more whether, gas chamber, electric chair, lethal injection or life time rap he couldn’t bear to lose Eileen so finally when he was beginning to feel so optimistic about their future.
Neville Hunt over 1 year ago
Seems to me that the consequences got a better option vis a vis termination!