Seeing Kenneth Williams’ party piece Ma Crêpe Suzette on TV last week I thought it deserved another outing, for the sheer fun he has in putting the words together. 30 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
Sometimes when you are mentally unwell life can seem useless. The perception of you being a burden or a bore.
At the moment, I cannot shake of this feeling, so instead of bending my friends ears I am turning to my writing. 204 more words
The Roper Report
by Philip Holthoff
Of course, the next day there were all kinds of media reports about a “botched execution” and how Williams was “tortured” in the execution chamber. 388 more words
1 month, 3 weeks ago
As soon as we arrived at the prison we were all unloaded into a vast waiting room much like a miniature movie theatre with chairs facing a large big screen TV. 753 more words
One person who was protesting the execution of Kenneth Williams suffers from one of the worst cases of Stockholm Syndrome I have ever seen. 218 more words
This time, Williams did not get a stay of execution nor was he granted clemency. The Department of Corrections called us a few days before his execution and instructed us as to when and where to meet. 324 more words
Pictured: Jewish defense attorney Jeffrey Rozenweig, who represented Williams.
As fate would have it after the second death date Williams was assigned a clemency hearing. 229 more words