Oklahoma man released early from prison accused in three deaths

“I don’t want no bail, your honor. I don’t want no bail,' Lawrence Paul Anderson said during an initial court appearance. The judge honored his request.

2/24/2021 8:19:00 PM

Oklahoma man, who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort, is now accused of 3 killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities say.

“I don’t want no bail, your honor. I don’t want no bail,' Lawrence Paul Anderson said during an initial court appearance. The judge honored his request.

The Associated PressCHICKASHA, Okla. — An Oklahoma man who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort is now accused of three killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities said.

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A judge denied bail Tuesday for Lawrence Paul Anderson, who faces three counts of first-degree murder, one count of assault and one count of maiming for the attack this month in Chickasha, about 35 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Anderson is accused of killing Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, and cutting out her heart. Authorities say Anderson brought the heart to his aunt and uncle's house, cooked it with potatoes and tried to serve it to them before killing Leon Pye, 67, wounding the aunt and killing Kaeos Yates, the pair's 4-year-old granddaughter.

Anderson sobbed in court during an initial court appearance Tuesday, The Oklahoman reported.“I don’t want no bail, your honor. I don’t want no bail,” he said.Anderson's attorney, Al Hoch, indicated that he will seek a mental evaluation to determine whether Anderson is competent to stand trial. headtopics.com

Anderson had been sentenced in 2017 to 20 years in prison for probation violations on a drug case, the newspaper reported. Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted the sentence last year to nine years in prison, and Anderson was released after serving a little more than three years.

Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks criticized the criminal justice reform that led to the commutations of hundreds of Oklahoma inmates.“It is time that we do better,” Hicks said. “If we have the highest incarceration rate in the world, OK. We can look at our citizens and be honest with them and tell them that you’re safe. I can’t tell the people in my district today that they’re safe.”

Stitt's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday.Jason Nelson, Oklahoma's interim secretary for public safety, has said that the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommended commutation for Anderson on a 3-1 vote. Read more: NBC News »

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Since you can fly a helicopter in Mars atmosphere and it is mostly CO2, why is it 386 degrees below zero? You guys always emphasize how they got out early but never about the success stories or those wrongfully convicted is he white? why did obam do this Oklahoma man, who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort, is now accused of 3 killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities say.

Meanwhile in some states, they would lock a young man in solitary confinement for a little under 3 years for allegedly stealing a backpack! cantmakethisstuffup Disgusting! What race is he? If he was white, youd have told us. Makes you wonder why he was locked up in the first place He Ya Fake news, Ya ever heard of a guy named Cuomo, HAHAHA

If this what they do over there id rather have Floridaman headlines OMG! Rich, old white man who started an insurrection against our country on January 6th that resulted in one death and many serious injuries is still walking around free in Florida. His 106 co-conspirators are also free. Tulsa always has the craziest thefirst48 episodes

Ridiculous ,How in the world did this manage to happen,A premature release led to this complicated mess Stitt put business people on the P&P board and told them to release people as a way to save money. They did little to no vetting on who they were releasing. Me and several DOC folks saw this coming a mile away as it was happening.

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Follow 4 follow back Perhaps people who’ve committed murder or violent crimes shouldn’t get sentences commuted? Omg Hello, I want someone to help me. I am looking for a job outside my country, Egypt. I am 26 years old, please help. My father is sick🙏😭😭 I hope people read & understand. He was originally sentenced in 2017 to 20yrs(!) on DRUG charge but srerved 3yrs. That headline is going to have people assuming he was a released violent offender. Our correction system corrects nothing. We need to rethink our correctional system

Mass communion? Yes. Mass commutation? No. Mass release? No. Mass relief? Yes. Oh my goodness. Horrifying story to read. I’m sure his Aunt will be terrified if she survives this horrific tragedy. Rehabilitation at its best CapitolInsurrection GOPBetrayedAmerica Bring Shariah law..decapitation or hanging in public

Thanks liberals Love liberal laws. More details from the Daily Mail shed light on his past. He was NOT just a non violent drug offender If he was a rapper people would be saying free him! Another white supremacist smh. Impeach Biden. Oklahoma, where the bodies come sweepin' down the plain. demorats are really going to kill everyone

The two aren't connected at all. He was in prison for a non-violent drug offense and probation violation. Well my oh my it almost seems like the prison abolition movement and blanket decarceration efforts are based on feelings not facts. Reform the prison industrial complex don’t remove it, it’s more like a kidney than a appendix folks.

Progress Let me guess. Instead of releasing the non violent drug offender they released the guy that likes to eat humans... WTH gotta hear both sides