Double-murder suspect Glen Law Galloway thinks of death “pretty much every waking moment of my life.”
“How can I not think about it?” he asked in describing the anxieties of facing a trial where his life hangs in the balance. “How can any sane person not think about it?”
Days before what would have been the start of El Paso County’s first death penalty trial in a decade, Galloway invited a Gazette reporter to interview him at the county jail. Speaking into a phone through a video visitation screen, he complained about his prosecutors and judge, emphasized his lack of criminal history and described conditions at the jail as “cruel and unusual punishment.”
But when it came to discussing the allegations, Galloway drew a line: “Right now, I am not talking about the murder case,” he said.
Galloway, 45, has pleaded not guilty and is being held without bond pending a death-penalty trial scheduled to begin March 5 with two months of jury selection. The ex-Fort Carson soldier is charged in the deaths of his estranged girlfriend Janice Nam and Marcus Paul Anderson, whose body was found in a Colorado Springs storage unit.
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