Thursday, March 23 2023


Texas Executes Former Cop Convicted Of Hiring Hitmen To Kill Wife Nearly 30 Years Ago

A one-time police officer convicted of hiring two men to kill his estranged wife has died by execution. Robert Fratta, 65, died Tuesday at the Hunstville Penitentiary in Texas after receiving the lethal injection for the 1994 murder-by-hire of his estranged wife, Farah Fratta, 33, according to the Associated Press. When asked by state prison officials if he had any last words, the former suburban Houston-area police officer replied, “no.” In the galley was one of the Frattas’ now-adult children

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