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We all know that love is a powerful emotion, but certainly hate can grip a person’s whole being as well. Torrey Twane McNabb, 40, showed that in great detail on Thursday, Oct. 19 when the state of Alabama put him to death. McNabb was convicted of killing Montgomery Police Cpl. Anderson Gordon III in 1997…

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A man whose federal drug charges were commuted by President Obama in November 2016 was killed in what police are describing as an execution. Demarlon C. Thomas, 31, was serving a 19-year prison sentence for a 2008 cocaine charge, but with the commutation, the sentence was to expire on March 22, 2017. When he learned that he would…

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An understaffed U.S. Supreme Court is in session as Ohio gets ready to restart executions. The state had stopped executions in 2014 after the botched execution of  Dennis McGuire, who gasped and snorted during a 26-minute procedure using a never-before-tried two-drug combination. McGuire’s death started a debate and legal battle over the drugs used in…

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Whether convicted felon, Clayton Lockett, deserved death is not up for debate. He was convicted of shooting Stephanie Neiman, 19, with a sawed off shotgun and then watching as she was buried alive. Neiman walked in on the four time felon as he was robbing a house in 1999. What is at issue is whether…

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Texas NAACP

Texas NAACP president, attorney Gary Bledsoe Alfred Wright’s death does not surprise the head of the Texas NAACP, attorney Gary Bledsoe. Bledsoe stated in a previous exclusive interview with rolling out that there have been numerous suspicious deaths over the past few years. During the Clinton administration, Bledsoe presented evidence to Deputy White House Counsel…

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Who was Brandon Woodard? Initial reports of  Woodard’s execution-style killing in broad daylight would lead you to believe he was the victim of a random shooting in one of the country’s leading tourist districts, Midtown Manhattan. However, the law student was very popular on the Los Angeles party scene. A graduate of a prep school, Woodard drove a…

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Troy Davis, who was convicted of the 1989 murder of Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail, has been denied clemency, despite support from high profile leaders such as Jimmy Carter, Pope Benedict XVI, former FBI Director William Sessions, former Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Norman Fletcher and Larry Thompson, and the former deputy U.S. attorney…

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