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… Robert "Saint" Bailey has been all of these things over the course of his tumultuous life. Now he sits in a 6x9 cell, waiting for a lethal injection to take his life. This is his story of surviving the streets, gang life and trying to survive on Death Row in the notorious Union Correctional Institution at Raiford, Florida. It is a rare, first-hand glimpse into the mind of a cop killer …
…I actually got my nickname Saint after that. My mom had come to visit me and the CO said to her that she was there to see her Devil Child. She told him, "I’m here to see my little Saint." The name stuck and that’s what I’m known as ever since …
… I ended up hooking up with a gang called the Simon City Royals. It was a brotherhood, a family, a way for me to be embraced with the love I craved. We are labeled as a gang but to us we are not a gang; we are a brotherhood – a family. A lot of people join gangs in prison for the protection it provides …
… A guy in a nice suit came into my cell and told me that if the State didn’t kill me, he would make sure personally that I was killed one way or another for what I did. They took me out to the transport van where the media cameras were snapping photos and asking questions ...
Circumstances of Offense: Robert "Saint" Bailey on Death Row
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