Child Abusing Murderer Randy Halprin Gets Stay of Execution After Accusing Judge of 'Antisemitism'Chris Menahan
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Jewish prisoner Randy Halprin confessed to severely beating an 18-month-old toddler in 1996 and fracturing the boy's skull and was sentenced to 30 years in prison before breaking out and murdering a police officer in 2000.
Halprin was scheduled to be executed on October 10th but the Anti-Defamation League and "100 Jewish attorneys from Dallas and throughout the state" rallied to his defense and got a stay of execution by accusing his judge of being "antisemitic."
From Dallas News, "Texas Seven's Randy Halprin has execution stayed after attorneys allege judge was anti-Semite":
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Friday stayed the upcoming execution of Randy Halprin, one of the two surviving Texas Seven members on death row.This is who they're fighting to save.
By August 1996, he was living in an Arlington apartment with a group of people he had met in a homeless shelter. To pay his rent, Randy would babysit the 18-month-old son of one of his roommates. One night the child was found severely beaten, suffering two broken legs, two broken arms, and a skull fracture. Under police questioning, Randy at first suggested the child’s mother was to blame. He said she was always going out and getting “messed up” and neglecting her toddler.I guess considering Halprin doesn't appear to have called the boy he tortured or the cop he killed a racist or bigoted name he should be free to go!
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