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Condemned murderer Richard Cooey is shown during interview at Mansfield Correctional Facility, Tuesday, July 15, 2003 in Mansfield, Ohio. Cooey claims he's too fat to die by lethal injection and faces execution Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008, in the deaths of two young women killed after he told one victim's mother on the phone that he had come to their rescue on the highway and they were safe. (AP Photo/Akron Beacon Journal, Bob DeMay) ** MANDATORY CREDIT **
Condemned murderer Richard Cooey says he has no moral grounds for being spared death but wants a chance to prove his life should be spared on legal grounds. Photo taken during interview at Mansfield Correctional Facility, Tuesday, July 15, 2003.
Tom Ganley, who built what grew into a 36-dealership car business based in Northeast Ohio, ran for U.S. Senate and Congress and took on Cleveland organized crime, died Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic. He was 73.