Thursday, February 24, 2005

Attorney General Requests Execution Dates

Tuesday, Attorney General Drew Edmondson asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to set execution dates for two men convicted of separate murders in Oklahoma County after the United States Supreme Court today denied their final appeals.
Garry Thomas Allen, 48, was convicted of the Nov. 21, 1986, murder of Lawanna Gail Titsworth, 42. Titsworth was the mother of Allen’s sons, Antonio, 6, and Adrian, 2. Allen was convicted of shooting Titworth as she attempted to pick up her sons at Beaulah’s Day Care Center in Oklahoma City.
George James Miller, Jr., 39, was convicted of the Sept. 17, 1994, murder of Gary Kent Dodd, 25. Dodd was working as the night auditor for Central Plaza Hotel, I-40 and Martin Luther King Dr., when Miller stabbed him repeatedly, beat him with hedge shears and a paint can and poured muriatic acid down his throat.Edmondson asked the court to set both dates 60 days from today or at the earliest date the court deems fit.
Source:Attorney General Press Release


At 5:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am doing a paper on capital punishment and i would like to know if the mother of "Baby Grace" were to be found guilty and receive he dealth penalty, why are these ruling not done within a month or so verses years. my paper is on my viewpoint of capital punishment and I believe that this woman and her boyfriend that beat that poor little girl should receive the death penalty but I do not believe that they should be allowed to sit in prison and wait for years and years before they actually die. my opinion is they should not breath an once more of air after they are convicted of this crime.

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