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Sunday, October 10, 2021

Yoweri Museveni prefers death penalty over life imprisonment

 

President Yoweri Museveni in military uniform

[PHOTO SOURCE: https://eagle.co.ug/2021/04/26/updf-museveni-promotes-edith-nakalema-deo-akiiki-to-the-rank-of-colonel.html/president-yoweri-museveni-in-military-uniform]


We, the members of Unit 1012: The VFFDP, who are families and friends of murder victims, agree with the Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni in what he said about capital punishment. We will also post an article from Dudley Sharp.

 

Convicted Murderers Should Be Sentenced to Death-Museveni

In Summary

Museveni was speaking at the Benedicto Kiwanuka Memorial day.

by Babirye Sania News / Latest

President Museveni has lashed out at Judges for handing a life sentence Imprisonment to convicted murderers instead of a death Penalty.

Speaking at the Benedicto Kiwanuka Memorial day, at the High Court Headquarters in Kampala, President Museveni said that people who murder others do not deserve to live and that as an African he believes in "an eye for an eye"

    

You killed a person and you are put in prison for life? The one you killed is not in jail but he is dead." - Yoweri Museveni

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" You killed a person and you are put in prison for life? The one you killed is not in jail but he is dead. " - President Museveni

President Museveni added that the question of committing the death sentence can come later, emphasizing that it must be 'a life for a life'.

According to President Museveni an eye for an eye is the way people understand justice in the villages and him as a freedom fighter.

President Museveni contended that it was a very big provocation if murderers are jailed for life and advised judges to be careful.

INTERNET SOURCE: https://capitalradio.co.ug/news/latest/2021-09-28-convicted-murderers-should-be-sentenced-to-death-museveni/

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=191622183053779&id=101692122046786

   

“Countries that give up this penalty award an unimaginable advantage to the criminal over his victim, the advantage of life over death.”

[Mr. Kaczynski said in July 2006. His coalition partner, the far-right League of Polish Families, wants to change the country’s penal code so that pedophiles convicted of murder will face execution.]

 [PHOTO SOURCE: http://victimsfamiliesforthedeathpenalty.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/in-loving-memory-of-lech-aleksander.html & https://themightymenregiment710.blogspot.com/2017/04/in-loving-memory-of-lech-kaczynski-18.html]

Herald editor lied about capital punishment

Oct 3, 2021

This rebuts the editorial on Saturday’s Opinion Page, “Innocent on death row: Abolish capital punishment to end chance of worst injustice.”

Why Editor Jeff Gerritt refuses to fact check is a mystery (or not).

Ask him.

A rebuttal of all of Mr. Gerritt’s points:

First, 185 death row inmates have not been exonerated. That number is based upon both “innocent” and “exonerated” being redefined, as if “lie” had been redefined as “truth” which is, very easy to verify.

The anti-death penalty group, Death Penalty Information Center, has been coming out with their bloated, false numbers, which were found to be false, as far back as 1998, as well as by the New York Times, 71% false (2005) and the Florida Commission on Capital Cases, 83% false (2011) and many other such reviews, such as my 2000 op/ed.

Editor’s note: The non-profit DPIC does not take a formal position on the death penalty. The exoneration figures are correct. As defined legally, exoneration occur when a person convicted of a crime is officially cleared, based on new evidence of innocence, including DNA.

Second, many acts by the state are far more egregious than (unknowingly) executing the innocent.”

Since 1973, the U.S. has allowed some 20,000 innocents to be murdered by those known murderers that we have allowed to murder, again — recidivist murderers.

Our criminal justice experts knew of the high risk of releasing or not incarcerating violent and recidivist criminals.

We might have a proven case of innocents executed — two brothers, from 1915.

Where are the innocents at risk?

Moreover, innocents are more at risk without the death penalty. Living murderers harm and murder, again, executed ones do not (no fact checking needed).

Never has the deterrent effect of any severe sanction, or any possible bad outcome, been negated, nor can they be.

Life is preferred over death. Death is feared more than life. What we prefer more, deters less. What we fear more, deters more.

Editor’s note: The death penalty’s deterrent effect has not been disproved. But neither has it been proven. Violent crime rates are higher in death penalty states.

The super due process protections of pre trial, trial, appeals and executive considerations, within death penalty cases, make it far more likely that an innocent will die serving life without parole, than an innocent will be executed. Gerritt is, likely, unaware that many anti death penalty folks consider LWOP worse than the death penalty/execution.

Nobel Prize Laureate (Economics) Gary Becker stated in 2007, as quoted by the New York Times: “The evidence of a variety of types — not simply the quantitative evidence — has been enough to convince me that capital punishment does deter and is worth using for the worst sorts of offenses.”

About 5,000 of those incarcerated in the nation die, in custody, every year. How many are innocent? Gerritt’s logic would lead to no arrests and no incarcerations.

Gerritt did not fact check the DPIC nonsense of “20 likely cases” of innocents executed since 1976. Correct? It’s BS.

Editor’s note: Editor Jeff Gerritt did fact-check those cases.

The editorial states that “African Americans have accounted for up to 65% of Pennsylvania’s death row, compared to 12% of the state’s population.”

The writer is unaware that folks are put on death row based upon committing capital, death penalty eligible murders, not because of their populations counts.

Surprise! Does Gerritt complain that 50% of those imprisoned and on death row should be women, as they make up 50% of the population? Of course. He must.

For your information, 4 percent of Pittsburgh’s population are black males. Pittsburgh’s homicide offenders are 80% African American, 93% male. 88% had at least one prior arrest, 51% were under the age of 25.

Gerritt?

The editorial stated, “Securing death penalty convictions and defending them on appeal have cost the state nearly $1 billion since 1976.”

Your $1 billion is an average of $46,000/death row inmate/year. In 2012, the average annual cost/inmate in Pa was $42,339 and, likely, at least $46,000, now, excluding pre trial, trial, appeals.

But with LWOP for a capital murder, we will be talking about maximum security, which, I believe, is about $75,000 per inmate per year, also, excluding pre trial, trial, appeals, all of which you included in your $1 billion, which, I bet, you did not fact check.

Correct?

Please fact check the “about $75,000/inmate/yr”. It was from memory.

Editor’s note: The numbers were fact checked. It costs Pennsylvania roughly $42,000 a year to incarcerate each inmate. Last year, former Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale issued a report indicating the state death penalty cost taxpayers $1 billion from 1978 to 2018.

Going forward, DNA makes the death penalty and all other sanctions more safe and more accurate.

Using an accurate measure of actual innocents found on death row (1976-2021), we are looking at about 0.4% proven actually innocent, but going forward, minus the DNA cases, we might expect 0.3% proven innocent, after being sent to death row, with all of those being released, or a 99.7% accuracy rate in guilty findings, with 100% of the actual innocents freed.

Quite likely, the most accurate criminal sanction.

The editorial states, “Extrapolating from DNA exonerations and other evidence, criminologists and other experts estimate 2 percent to 5 percent of prisoners are innocent.”

Or, more likely, as one “other expert” found, “a reasonable (and possibly overstated) calculation of the wrongful conviction (factually innocent) rate appears, tentatively, to be somewhere in the range of 0.016%–0.062%.”

Dudley Sharp,

Houston

INTERNET SOURCE: https://www.ncnewsonline.com/news/local_news/herald-editor-lied-about-capital-punishment/article_d9afcf92-24ac-11ec-a1e0-77e087f1ee68.html

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2077235779094449&id=1299628893521812

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Partial information will be treated as a lie. – Quote from Zero Dark Thirty

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OTHER LINKS:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoweri_Museveni

As murders increase, support for the death penalty will too. A gut-level sense of right and wrong, not any debater’s argument, is what determines most Americans’ view on executing killers. By Jeff Jacoby

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=194401226109208&id=101692122046786

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/10/03/opinion/murders-increase-support-death-penalty-will-too/

https://vk.com/wall-184585082_318

Time to bring back the death penalty? | Rebecca Jane column. In 2016 for my legal dissertation I delved into the world of the ‘death penalty’. More importantly, should we bring it back, or is it right to not have it here in the UK?

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=2080470448770982&id=1299628893521812

https://www.burnleyexpress.net/news/opinion/columnists/time-to-bring-back-the-death-penalty-rebecca-jane-column-3409693

Retain death penalty only for terror cases: Law Commission

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=196957165853614&id=101692122046786

https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/legally-speaking/retain-death-penalty-terror-cases-law-commission

Opinion: Do not abolish the death penalty. The best argument for keeping it is that it can be used to entice defendants to plead guilty to a lesser charge, saving taxpayers time and money

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=189151426634188&id=101692122046786

https://www.deseret.com/opinion/2021/9/23/22690084/utah-dont-abolist-death-penalty-plea-deals-capital-punishment


Friday, October 8, 2021

Victims Against Missouri SB26

  

Outside the courthouse, Olten’s friends and family, dressed in pink, held signs with her picture bearing captions such as “She had dreams too,” “What about my rights?” and “Defend me, not my murderer.”

[PHOTO SOURCE: https://www.missourinet.com/2010/04/28/bustamante-trial-expected-to-be-in-2011-audio/]



             Please copy the post below and send it to those politicians by email:

   

URGENT. Please email Missouri lawmakers. Below is a list of the emails of every single Missouri legislator. Just copy those emails into the address bar.

Write your own letter or use this form letter.

Dear Missouri Legislature:

My name is ______. I am from _____. I am writing to express outrage about Senate Bill 26, which recently went into effect, and mandates parole eligibility for some of Missouri's most violent offenders, including Alyssa Bustamante.

Alyssa Bustamante murdered 9-year-old Elizabeth Olten for fun in 2009. Bustamante had previously told a friend, “I just wonder what it would be like just to kill someone, see the life just drain out of someone. I wonder what it would feel like, that type of power, to take that away from someone.” Bustamante lured Elizabeth into the woods, strangled her, stabbed her, slit her throat, and buried her in a pre-dug grave.

Bustamante was sentenced to life with parole eligibility after 35 years--but because of SB26, Bustamante is eligible for parole in 2024, after serving only 15 years. Making Bustamante eligible for parole after only 15 years demeans her crime and endangers society. The law needs to be amended to keep society safe from violent predators like Bustamante.

Lauren.Arthur@senate.mo.gov

Jason.Bean@senate.mo.gov

Doug.Beck@senate.mo.gov

Mike.Bernskoetter@senate.mo.gov

Rick.Brattin@senate.mo.gov

Justin.Brown@senate.mo.gov

Eric.Burlison@senate.mo.gov

Mike.Cierpiot@senate.mo.gov

Sandy.Crawford@senate.mo.gov

Bill.Eigel@senate.mo.gov

Karla.Eslinger@senate.mo.gov

Elaine.Gannon@senate.mo.gov

Dan.Hegeman@senate.mo.gov

Denny.Hoskins@senate.mo.gov

Lincoln.Hough@senate.mo.gov

Andrew.Koenig@senate.mo.gov

Tony.Luetkemeyer@senate.mo.gov

Karla.May@senate.mo.gov

Mike.Moon@senate.mo.gov

Angela.Mosley@senate.mo.gov

Cindy.O’Laughlin@senate.mo.gov

Bob.Onder@senate.mo.gov

Greg.Razer@senate.mo.gov

Holly.Rehder@senate.mo.gov

Jeanie.Riddle@senate.mo.gov

John.Rizzo@senate.mo.gov

Steven.Roberts@senate.mo.gov

Caleb.Rowden@senate.mo.gov

Dave.Schatz@senate.mo.gov

Jill.Schupp@senate.mo.gov

Barbara.Washington@senate.mo.gov

Bill.White@senate.mo.gov

Paul.Wieland@senate.mo.gov

Brian.Williams@senate.mo.gov

Joe.Adams@house.mo.gov

Rasheen.Aldridge@house.mo.gov

Marlon.Anderson@house.mo.gov

Allen.Andrews@house.mo.gov

LaDonna.Appelbaum@house.mo.gov

Darrell.Atchison@house.mo.gov

Ashley.Aune@house.mo.gov

Dottie.Bailey@house.mo.gov

Ben.Baker@house.mo.gov

Gretchen.Bangert@house.mo.gov

Donna.Baringer@house.mo.gov

Jerome.Barnes@house.mo.gov

Chuck.Basye@house.mo.gov

Hardy.Billington@house.mo.gov

John.Black@house.mo.gov

Rusty.Black@house.mo.gov

Ashley.Blandmanlove@house.mo.gov

Mitch.Boggs@house.mo.gov

LaKeySha.Bosley@house.mo.gov

Bob.Bromley@house.mo.gov

Chris.Brown@house.mo.gov

Paula.Brown@house.mo.gov

Richard.Brown@house.mo.gov

Cyndi.Buchheitcourtway@house.mo.gov

Jamie.Burger@house.mo.gov

Ingrid.Burnett@house.mo.gov

Michael.Burton@house.mo.gov

Danny.Busick@house.mo.gov

Steve.Butz@house.mo.gov

Jason.Chipman@house.mo.gov

Phil.Christofanelli@house.mo.gov

Doug.Clemens@house.mo.gov

Jeff.Coleman@house.mo.gov

MaryElizabeth.Coleman@house.mo.gov

KimberlyAnn.Collins@house.mo.gov

Bennie.Cook@house.mo.gov

Ron.Copeland@house.mo.gov

Scott.Cupps@house.mo.gov

Bishop.Davidson@house.mo.gov

Michael.Davis@house.mo.gov

Dirk.Deaton@house.mo.gov

Bruce.DeGroot@house.mo.gov

Tricia.Derges@house.mo.gov

Chris.Dinkins@house.mo.gov

Shamed.Dogan@house.mo.gov

Jo.Doll@house.mo.gov

J.Eggleston@house.mo.gov

Mark.Ellebracht@house.mo.gov

David.Evans@house.mo.gov

Bill.Falkner@house.mo.gov

Craig.Fishel@house.mo.gov

Travis.Fitzwater@house.mo.gov

Betsy.Fogle@house.mo.gov

Rick.Francis@house.mo.gov

Alan.Gray@house.mo.gov

David.Gregory@house.mo.gov

Kurtis.Gregory@house.mo.gov

Derek.Grier@house.mo.gov

Aaron.Griesheimer@house.mo.gov

Aaron.Griesheimer@house.mo.gov

Dave.Griffith@house.mo.gov

Trish.Gunby@house.mo.gov

Kent.Haden@house.mo.gov

Mike.Haffner@house.mo.gov

Willard.Haley@house.mo.gov

Tom.Hannegan@house.mo.gov

Bill.Hardwick@house.mo.gov

Mike.Henderson@house.mo.gov

Ron.Hicks@house.mo.gov

Justin.Hill@house.mo.gov

Dan.Houx@house.mo.gov

Barry.Hovis@house.mo.gov

Brad.Hudson@house.mo.gov

Josh.Hurlbert@house.mo.gov

Keri.Ingle@house.mo.gov

Michael.Johnson@house.mo.gov

Jim.Kalberloh@house.mo.gov

Ann.Kelley@house.mo.gov

Hannah.Kelly@house.mo.gov

Bill.Kidd@house.mo.gov

Jeff.Knight@house.mo.gov

Ed.Lewis@house.mo.gov

Patty.Lewis@house.mo.gov

Tony.Lovasco@house.mo.gov

Ian.Mackey@house.mo.gov

Don.Mayhew@house.mo.gov

Tracy.McCreery@house.mo.gov

Andrew.McDaniel@house.mo.gov

Peggy.McGaugh@house.mo.gov

Mike.McGirl@house.mo.gov

Peter.Merideth@house.mo.gov

Herman.Morse@house.mo.gov

Jay.Mosley@house.mo.gov

Jim.Murphy@house.mo.gov

Maggie.Nurrenbern@house.mo.gov

Michael.ODonnell@house.mo.gov

Bill.Owen@house.mo.gov

Jonathan.Patterson@house.mo.gov

Chad.Perkins@house.mo.gov

Mike.Person@house.mo.gov

Barbara.Phifer@house.mo.gov

Randy.Pietzman@house.mo.gov

Patricia.Pike@house.mo.gov

Dean.Plocher@house.mo.gov

Bradley.Pollitt@house.mo.gov

Suzie.Pollock@house.mo.gov

Jeff.Porter@house.mo.gov

Sean.Pouche@house.mo.gov

Wiley.Price@house.mo.gov

Raychel.Proudie@house.mo.gov

Crystal.Quade@house.mo.gov

Randy.Railsback@house.mo.gov

Rodger.Reedy@house.mo.gov

Doug.Richey@house.mo.gov

Louis.Riggs@house.mo.gov

Alex.Riley@house.mo.gov

Lane.Roberts@house.mo.gov

Shane.Roden@house.mo.gov

Wes.Rogers@house.mo.gov

Don.Rone@house.mo.gov

Rory.Rowland@house.mo.gov

Becky.Ruth@house.mo.gov

Chris.Sander@house.mo.gov

Bruce.Sassmann@house.mo.gov

Robert.Sauls@house.mo.gov

Adam.Schnelting@house.mo.gov

Nick.Schroer@house.mo.gov

Adam.Schwadron@house.mo.gov

Brian.Seitz@house.mo.gov

Mark.Sharp@house.mo.gov

Greg.Sharpe@house.mo.gov

Dan.Shaul@house.mo.gov

Brenda.Shields@house.mo.gov

John.Simmons@house.mo.gov

Cody.Smith@house.mo.gov

David.Smith@house.mo.gov

Neil.Smith@house.mo.gov

Travis.Smith@house.mo.gov

Dan.Stacy@house.mo.gov

Mike.Stephens@house.mo.gov

Martha.Stevens@house.mo.gov

Nate.Tate@house.mo.gov

Jered.Taylor@house.mo.gov

Tim.Taylor@house.mo.gov

Marlene.Terry@house.mo.gov

Lisa.Thomas@house.mo.gov

Terry.Thompson@house.mo.gov

Cheri.Toalson-Reisch@house.mo.gov

Curtis.Trent@house.mo.gov

Annette.Turnbaugh@house.mo.gov

Sarah.Unsicker@house.mo.gov

Dean.Vanschoiack@house.mo.gov

Rudy.Veit@house.mo.gov

Rob.Vescovo@house.mo.gov

Wayne.Wallingford@house.mo.gov

Sara.Walsh@house.mo.gov

Bridget.Walshmoore@house.mo.gov

Emily.Weber@house.mo.gov

Richard.West@house.mo.gov

John.Wiemann@house.mo.gov

Kevin.Windhamjr@house.mo.gov

Dale.Wright@house.mo.gov

Yolanda.Young@house.mo.gov

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You can be full of kindness and love, but you cannot sleep next to a mad dog. - Ashin Wirathu

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http://soldierexecutionerprolifer2008.blogspot.com/2021/09/firebrand-buddhist-monk-ashin-wirathu.html

OTHER LINKS:

http://victimsfamiliesforthedeathpenalty.blogspot.com/2021/07/ohio-coalition-for-safety-and-fairness.html

http://victimsfamiliesforthedeathpenalty.blogspot.com/2020/12/no-to-sb-256-please-contact-ohio.html

https://teenkillers.org/juvenile-lifers/offenders-cases-state/missouri-offenders/alyssa-bustamante/

https://www.change.org/p/missouri-governor-veto-bill-that-could-free-elizabeth-olten-s-murder-alyssa-bustamante-within-a-couple-years

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Elizabeth_Olten


Thursday, October 7, 2021

IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOANN LEE TIESLER (JULY 2, 1971 TO OCTOBER 7, 2001)

 

Joann Lee Tiesler

(July 2, 1971 to October 7, 2001)


           20 years later, we remember Joann Lee Tiesler, who was murdered by William Emmett LeCroy on October 7, 2001. Justice was served when he was executed in U.S. prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, by the US Federal Government on September 22, 2020. Let us remember the victim:

Joann Lee Tiesler

BIRTH

USA

DEATH

7 Oct 2001 (aged 30)

Cherry Log, Gilmer County, Georgia, USA

BURIAL

NashvilleDavidson CountyTennesseeUSA

PLOT

Serenity 247D-4

MEMORIAL ID

169020247  View Source

Joann Lee Tiesler, 30, of Cherry Log, Ga., died Sunday, Oct. 7. Survivors include her father, Tom Tiesler and his wife Janey of Kingston Springs; her mother, Janie Wells of Fairview; a brother, Cayce Tiesler and his wife Beth; two nephews...; her grandfather, Ed Maxcy of Hendersonville; an uncle, Lee Maxcy; and her fiance, Larry Flowers of Rome, Ga... Burial will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.... -- The Review Appeal (Franklin, Tenn.) 10/12/01.

Joann Tiesler Remembered

July 2, 1971 – October 7, 2001

Joann attended Franklin High School and played several years on the National Championship soccer team under Gary Shrader. She later attended Berry College in Rome, Georgia and got her Masters at Vanderbilt University.

Joann went to Franklin High School, Berry College and Vanderbilt University. Upon graduation as a Family Nurse Practitioner, she accepted a job with the National Health Corps to help the underserved medical resources in Blue Ridge and Ellijay, Georgia. She helped over 3,000 patients with physical problems, emotional wounds and those that just needed a listening ear in two short years. She lived in a beautiful cabin on top of the Cherry Log Mountain Community next to the Appalachian Trail. One Sunday afternoon she met her death and transcended from an earthly angel to a heavenly angel at age 30.

Joann loved children, animals, best friends, her family, mountains, hiking trials and waterfalls. She was a natural healer and teacher, bringing courage and love to everyone she met. She was the most beautiful, caring, supportive and loving friend a mother could have. She climbed the Grand Teton mountains in Wyoming many times with her mom and repelled the steep, rocky cliffs with the ease of an eagle. She had a deep connection with people, nature, good friends, a loving God and most importantly with herself and her personal journey. No challenge was too big. She went to every measure demanded to make the world a better place.

Truth was the foundation of her faith, courage and love. She never doubted her journey. Joann felt very strongly that children should always have a choice and believed that healing, power and the truth reside in nature more than any other place. Once while taking a walk, she was attacked by 3 large dogs. After coming home from the emergency room, she said, "Mom, I sure am glad those dogs got me. There was a small child in a stroller further down the road." There was sign in her office saying, "If you cannot pay for your services, let me know. Joann"

Joann died living her dream.

Joann had a desire to help others and focus on learning all there was to know about caring for the physical container our soul must use to live here on earth. At Berry College she helped a teacher that became a great friend, Dr. Gina Sharpe, build a Fitness for life center.

She graduated from Berry with all As except for 1 B. She was so mad at herself when she got a B in swimming. But a teacher in our school system that went to Berry with Joann said she taught him how to swim. I can only imagine that she was more concerned for everybody safety in the water than how to do the backstroke.

From that point on...every time I visited her at Berry College, she took my blood pressure and about 10 other readings. You see, she was always afraid something would happen to me and I couldn't be there for her....little did we know!

Joann's Outdoor Classroom ♦ Location: Bowie Nature Park ♦ Bowie Lake Road ♦ Fairview, TN 37062 ♦ 615-799-5544615-799-5544

www.joanntiesler.com/about_joann.htm

  

 

Joann Lee Tiesler

(July 2, 1971 to October 7, 2001)




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A Georgia man was sentenced to death by lethal injection Wednesday for the killing of a local nurse practitioner.

After deliberating for nearly a day over sentencing, the federal jury in Gainesville gave the capital sentence to William LeCroy Jr. The jury convicted LeCroy of the Oct. 7, 2001, murder and carjacking of 30-year-old Joann Tiesler at her mountain home, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday.

LeCroy raped Tiesler and then fatally slit her throat and repeatedly stabbed her back. He then stole Tiesler's Ford Explorer.

LeCroy is the second person charged by the U.S. attorney's office in Atlanta to receive the death penalty since Congress reinstated capital punishment for federal crimes in 1988.

LeCroy's lawyers are expected to file an appeal, arguing that his crimes were not federal offenses, and belong in a state court.

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Evil, pure evil.

INTERNET SOURCE: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/169020247/joann-lee-tiesler


OTHER LINKS:

http://soldierexecutionerprolifer2008.blogspot.com/2020/09/witchcraft-obsessed-killer-william.html