Alabama cop killer flips the bird during his execution

Torrey Twane McNabb - Alabama Department of Corrections

(Torrey Twane McNabb - Alabama Department of Corrections)

Alabama inmate Torrey McNabb's execution was stayed twice before he was finally put to death last night with both of his middle fingers raised in the air.

He was convicted of the 1997 murder of Montgomery police officer Anderson Gordon. In his final words, McNabb expressed no remorse for the killing that landed him on death row. He said:

"Mom, sis, look at my eyes. I'm unafraid ... To the state of Alabama, I hate you motherf***ers. I hate you. I hate you."

He then raised both of his middle fingers and pointed them directly at the two viewing chambers that contained his family and attorneys to the left, and the family of Officer Gordon to the right.

Click here to read more about what went on inside the execution.

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