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Moments before he received a lethal injection as punishment for the confessed murders of five people, Robert Wayne Harris, 40, took one last chance to give a shout-out to his favorite baseball team.
According to a report in The Washington Post, Harris, after expressing his love for his brother and three friends who were witnessing his execution, said, “I’m going home. I’m going home. Don’t worry about me. I’ll be alright. God bless, and the Texas Rangers, Texas Rangers.”
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