May 23, 2008
Georgia Man's Death Sentence Commuted Hours Before Scheduled Execution
From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution online: "In just the third time out of 24 requests since 1995, the Georgia Pardons and Parole Board on Thursday commuted a death sentence, just hours before the convicted killer was to be executed by lethal injection.
"The five-member board commuted admitted murderer Samuel David Crowe's death sentence to life without parole less than 2 1/2 hours before he was scheduled to die Thursday evening for a crime 20 years ago." Read the rest of the article here. [Mike Mannheimer]
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