The public defender for a Connecticut man facing the death penalty for a triple murder says the state will have to kill her before they execute her client, because she won't stop fighting his death sentence. Assistant Public Defender Corrie-Ann Mainville made the comments in an email to the Connecticut Post. She tells the AP that the proclamation was a bit tongue-in-cheek, but she's serious about the appeal in the case of Richard Roszkowski. The 49-year-old Roszkowski was convicted of killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport in 2006. A judge is expected to sentence him to lethal injection May 22.