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The Death of David Allen Gore

Updated on April 12, 2012
Much nicer then the where Gore's victims' died.
Much nicer then the where Gore's victims' died. | Source

The Death of David Allen Gore

If any justice at all can be found for David Allen Gore’s victims and the state of Florida who has spent so lavishly on David Allen Gore’s 30 year imprisonment term while good, decent hardworking folks have gone without food so this serial killer can live large…tonight it is it. David Allen Gore will finally be put to death and not a minute to soon. We in Florida eagerly await this with great hope that justice will be served. I can’t remember being so excited about an execution since Ted Bundy.

But I am not only excited the taxpayers no longer have to care for this individual at great expense but also for the families and the victims to be able to move on with their lives. And it should be said that a few of the victims have not allowed what Gore and Waterfield did to them define the rest of their lives but for those who did not survive which were quite a few, justice if it can be found at all, will be served tonight.

Tonight it is not about the religious nuts who I have heard from which have been quite a few who would love David Allen Gore’s life to continue at the taxpayers expense but not lack the financial courage of their convictions. And goodness knows I would love to cut Gore loose on their flock for a few days of rape, torture and murder so they could get an up close and personal experience with something they aren’t even capable of understanding. I have also suggested they create a victims’ fund from their church to pay for the expense these families have endured but that was a non-starter as well. Right winged nuts who lack the financial courage of their convictions.

I am actually a pillar of the Catholic Church but the Roman Catholic Church not the right winged who love rapists, tortures and murders Churches. And I am not a fan of the death penalty either. In my life time I have only been excited about two executions. The first was Ted Bundy and the second will be David Allen Gore.

My hope is that tonight the families finally get the justice and peace they deserve. The past 30 years of enduring David Allen Gore surviving on death row all those years while they were deprived of their innocent loved ones has had to been horrific on these families. And then Gore’s blog in which he claimed he was a cannibal must have been equally offensive to all party’s involved.

For the two of my friend’s who were raped and tortured by this man, I hope his death brings then the justice they have needed for over 30 years and for the friend I lost to David Allen Gore. I know she is smiling today, happy we never gave up and never gave in until her killer met his just end.

For those of you not from Florida, we are all here held together by a pack to love and care for each other. And when someone breaks that pack in the heinous way David Allen Gore did the only just end for that person is death. There is absolutely zero doubt this man is guilt of rape, torture and homicide. There is no cure/ rehabilitation for serial killers. He can only be redeemed by his maker which he will meet at oh about 7pm tonight!

It is about the victims who didn’t survive tonight. Certainly, David Allen Gore’s death will be far more humane then the death’s he provided his victims and then bragged about in his blog. Gore is getting the easy way out.

Good Bye David Allen Gore and good riddens.

A Much More Humane Death Then His Victims Received


For me tonight is about my friends who were taken or harmed and their families. Amazingly, Gore is no longer the center of attention which he so desperately craved for so very long. He is not the star of this execution but his victims especially the ones who he executed without a thought. I will remember my friends tonight and hope that I have served them well. No one should ever have to endure such horrifc crimes let alone lose their lives at such a young age. Tonight my thoughts are with the victims, the victims families and those whose of us who stuck with the criminal justice system even when we thought it was exceedingly slow and rather unfair who will finally see justice done for our friends, families and loved ones. Tonight it is about them and no one else. The execution is a simple formality and a relief tot he taxpayers of the great state of Florida.


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      JT Walters 5 years ago from Florida

      Hi Credence2,

      Honestly, I am not very pro death penalty but like Bundy it was such a severe case it was more than warranted. Yes, Credence2 it does atleast give me a little sense of justice.

      I have been working on my own research in field and I am really excited about it but when I hear from my dear friends on HP like you I realize how much I miss all of you.

      It is great to hear from you Credence2. I have to finish my research and I will vanish again because we have made a major discovery. I have to submit for publication and we present in a few months so I am will disappear again. We are also opening another research trial. I wish I could share it all with you but it will have to wait. But I miss you my friend and it is good to hear from you.

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      Credence2 5 years ago from Florida (Space Coast)

      Hi, JT, well I guess that is the last that you will see or here from Mr. Gore. I have to be honest, despite my liberal inclinations, I was rooting to see Ted Bundy meet up with ole sparky.

      I hope that now you can find a little peace and closure with this event. Cred2

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      JT Walters 5 years ago from Florida

      Then I agree!! Great idea.



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      feenix 5 years ago

      Hello, J.T. Walters,

      What I intended to write was the photos should be shown to the "sympathizers."

      I would never want anything harmful to happen to the survivors of victims.

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      JT Walters 5 years ago from Florida

      This was done with Holocaust victims as well. And it does have a certain psychological impact but I would fear it would do more harm to the families of the deceased then good.

      I think pictures of the victims living vibrant lives is more important so people can measure what has been so dearly taken.

      Thanks for reading and commenting.


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      feenix 5 years ago

      Hello, J.T. Walters,

      Reading this hub brought something to mind.

      Quite frequently, if not almost all of the time, when some individual gets executed for committing vile and horrendous crimes, a considerable number of people portray that person as an innocent victim who should be pitied.

      Well, I believe that one way to counter such people is to publicly display great-big photographs of the mauled corpses of the individuals they so cruelly murdered, as well as photos of the crime scenes in their entirity.