Death Row con: Don't kill me, I'm Irish!
Convicted killer adores 'Irish history and politics, Irish culture and language, all things Celtic'
A prisoner on Death Row in California has written to the Irish Government in a bid to save his life.
Scott Collins, 39, is facing the death penalty for the abduction, robbery and murder of a man in North Hollywood in 1992.
While in prison Collins has cultivated an abiding interest in his Irish heritage and says that he adores “Irish history and politics, Irish culture and language, all things Celtic.”
At the time of the murder fopr which he is on Death Row, Collins was just 21 — and was just one month out of prison after a five-year stretch.
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