"No! I didn't come here to make a speech. I came here to die."
Crawford Goldsby, more commonly known as Cherokee Bill, was a 19th century American outlaw who was responsible for the murders of seven men (including his brother-in-law). He and his gang terrorised the Indian Territory for over two years. Sentenced to death by hanging, he was asked on the gallows whwteher he had any last words and replied as above.