America’s attention in recent weeks was focused on the Hollywood-worthy escape from prison by two convicted murderers — Richard Matt and David Sweat.
Matt is now dead. Sweat was shot, captured, and is now under guard at the Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York.
The media have referred to both of these men a psychopaths. Looking at their crimes, I agree.
Sweat was convicted of murdering Kevin Tarsia, Broome County Sheriff’s Deputy, in 2002. But he didn’t just shoot the sheriff. Sweat ambushed Tarsia in a town park, shot him multiple times and then ran him over with a car. Here’s the story:
David Sweat’s brutal path to prison, on PressConnects.com.
Richard Matt had a lifelong history of violence. So what was the crime that landed him in the New York prison? Matt kidnapped, tortured, killed and dismembered his former employer, 76-year-old William Rickerson. Here’s the story: