Loved ones of a Chattanooga woman burned to death say they'll be present for her killer's execution.
January 12th, 2016 is the date that Lee Hall is scheduled to die for brutally murdering his estranged girlfriend, Traci Crozier.
Each day only gets harder and harder for Traci's sister, Staci.
"Because my mom had to suffer, my sister had to suffer, my whole family suffers, all of us suffers, very bad, very very bad," said Staci Crozier.
Staci Crozier Wooten told NewsChannel 9 that her family has plans to watch her sister's killer, Lee Hall, suffer when he is executed in January of 2016.
"It'll bring me peace to watch him suffer," said Staci Crozier.
In 1992, Hall was convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend Traci Crozier.
"He said if he couldn't have her then nobody could have her," said Staci Crozier.
After Hall threw a container of gas into Traci's car, she died from second and third degree burns. Her sister Staci was by her side as she suffered and died in the hospital.
"I can just imagine her laying there in pain and I was there hearing my mom scream," said Staci Crozier.
Crozier says Hall dated her sister for six years.
"I thought he might have hurt her in some way, but not this," said Crozier's uncle Chris Mathis.
Crozier's family is relieved an execution date is set for Hall and they say all they want is for him to feel the same pain Traci felt.
"He should get the electric chair because that was horrendous what he did to her. He should get the electric chair," said Staci Crozier. She goes on to say, "I cannot forgive him; I cannot forgive him for what he did to her. I just can’t."
Traci would've been 45-years-old. Ours calls to Lee Hall's attorney were not returned.
By Jerry Askin