|Fred Allen, a former member of the tied-down team who used to strap the|
condemned to the gurney, had a break down after 125 executions.
|Helping to kill people was too much for him. He quit his job and lost his pension.|
|He didn't care. He wanted to live his "dash".|
|This is a portrait of Jason Burkett, the other man convicted of the crime,|
He escaped the death penalty.
|The other part that got me was when he talked about being handcuffed to his son in|
the police van. He said he felt like a total failure being chained to his son like that,
side by side. I felt a lot for him.