The Kilgore camp has followed up this morning's conference call on the death penalty (see below) with two new ads featuring murder victims' surviving relatives.
The first is titled "Kelly," as in Kelly Timbrook, wife of Sergeant Rick Timbrook:
Edward Bell was a drug dealer illegally in this country. He was basically waiting for Rick underneath the stairs and shot him a few inches from his face. When they told me, I fell to my knees screaming. Edward Bell is in jail currently waiting on death row. Tim Kaine called for a moratorium on the death penalty. How couuld you not think the death penalty was appropriate? That's not justice. When Tim Kaine calls the death penalty murder, I find it offensive. And I don't trust Tim Kaine to uphold the law.
The second is "Stanley," as in Stanley Rosenbluth, the conference call participant and president of Virginians United Against Crime, whose son and daughter-in-law were murdered by Tim Kaine's client: