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After governor's resignation, fate of Missouri man on death row in limbo

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Sabrina Taylor
Sabrina Taylor
28 Jun 2019

The fate of a Missouri man on death row for murder is in limbo after Gov. Eric Greitens stepped down last month. Greitens delayed Marcellus Williams' execution last summer. Williams, who has long maintained his innocence, is facing a death sentence for the 1998 murder of Felicia Gayle. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Kerriwatches Fig
Kerriwatches Fig 5 months ago

I'm curious to see how this goes. I've heard of cases similar to this, but I was never really able to follow those cases, or there just wasn't enough information on them.

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BConscience
BConscience 5 months ago

The hope that the public will lose interest in the case. So that Caucs can fry em.

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