& # 39; I should end up dead & # 39 ;: the 19-year-old advocates the death penalty after killing the Good Samaritan while standing high on PCP
A 19-year-old man from Texas, imprisoned for being shot, a Good Samaritan tried to prevent theft by saying he deserves the death penalty.
& # 39; What I did was wrong, & # 39; said Justin Jones. & # 39; I killed that man. I think I should get nothing less than the death penalty.
The Dallas-born Jones confessed to the police that he had killed Donald Morrow II, 36, outside Sherlock's Baker St. Pub and Grill on October 17 after plundering a series of robberies while sitting high on the infamous hallucinogenic PCP .
Remuneration: Jones says he committed the crime while sitting high on a cocktail of drugs, but accepts that he deserves the death penalty
His alleged henchman, the 17-year-old Tierra Winters, confessed that he was driving that night by the flight car. Police arrested the couple last week after receiving information about their whereabouts.
During a prison interview with the station WFAA Jones said last Thursday that he accepts full responsibility for what happened.
& # 39; I'm here for murder, & # 39; he said. & # 39; They know I did it. Everyone knows I did it. I did it. & # 39;
The fateful night began when Jones used several tablets of commonly available anti-anxiety drugs Xanax. He followed that by smoking some marijuana that he said was peppered with PCP
& # 39; It kicked and then I didn't really remember much, & # 39; said Jones. & # 39; It was as if I was darkening. It was like sleeping. I do it, but I don't know what I'm doing. & # 39;
Hero: alleged escape driver Tierra Winters, 17, is imprisoned along with Jason Jones for her share in the crime that led to the violent death of Donald Morrow
He then ran into his friend Zadarian Montgomery. He said he convinced him to get involved in a robbery carjacking outside a supermarket on Sunnyvale Street. Jones pointed a gun at the victim and demanded money and the wallet from the man, the Dallas Morning Star reported.
The couple then drove away, with Jones behind the wheel, the police said.
Jones claims he has been blacked out and can't remember what happened next, but police said he met Winters and drove him through Dallas where he robbed several people along the way.
At the end of the raid, the authorities reported that Jones approached Morrow, Donnie Bullock and Bullock & # 39; s girlfriend shortly after 1 hour in the parking lot of the bar at Park Lane and North Central Expressway.
The man pointed to Gun and asked for his wallet. Morrow tried to intervene by beating Jones, who then shot him deadly.
Blackout: Jones says he doesn't remember much about the events of October 17, Bud admits that he deserves the death penalty for his crimes.
Jones said he doesn't remember anything about the incident except that someone hits him and the sound of a shot.
& # 39; After the shot, it's like I'm dreaming, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I don't even remember how I got home. & # 39;
When he woke up, he said that Montgomery had told him that a bullet had disappeared from the gun and he then knew that he should have injured someone, but he did not bother checking in or returning himself.
& # 39; I don't even remember his face anymore, what happened to him, & # 39; Jones said from prison. & # 39; I don't even remember walking to him and waving a gun at him – all I remember is just a gunshot. & # 39;
& # 39; This man is dead because there is no mother, for some I can't even explain, & # 39; he said.
Donald Morrow's mother, Margie Morrow, said she wanted to have her son's murderer executed.
Victim: Margie Morrow says she wants the murderer of her son Donald (R) to receive the death penalty
& # 39; I really believe that there will come a time and place where you, what you do, have the literal consequences of it, & # 39; she told the Dallas Morning News.
In an interview with Fox4, Jones said he was sorry for his actions, but he did not ask his victim's family to accept his apology. Instead, the nineteen-year-old said that all he can do now is pray.
& # 39; I should die, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I don't even want to live anymore … I don't want to be here.
& # 39; I feel that I have taken this man's life and that my life must be (taken) … I am not saying that I will go back to my cell and hang myself. But I say that what I did was so twisted that the judge would give me nothing but the death penalty and make it fast, & he said.
Jones is being held on bail for more than $ 1 million. Winters also stays behind bars on bail of $ 1 million.
Jones has emphatically denied that the purpose of his tearing confession is that people feel sorry for him.
& # 39; Please don't feel sorry for me. I don't even want my family to feel sorry for me, & he said.
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