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News :: Police and Prisons : Politics : Social Welfare
Alabama Executes 83 Year old Man as Ohio Supreme Court Ratifies Judicial Murder
19 Apr 2018
Texas, Florida, Georgia and Alabama are the 4 states of 50 which have murdered prisoners as of April 19, 2018.
Walter Moody 83 was judicially murdered
on April 19 2018 by the state of Alabama
with the encouragement of Jeff Sessions.
He was the oldest man to be executed in
the US since 1976 when Republicans
on the Supreme Court ruled that execution
does not deprive someone of his
right to life. He had spent 28 years in jail

In 2018 as of April 19, only 4 of 50 states
have carried out prisoner murder.

Republicans dominate the Supreme Court of Ohio because of vote fraud described in articles by Robert F Kennedy Jr in Rolling Stone, Rep. John Conyers in a congressional report, and the book What Happened In Ohio. In addition, Republican Jon Husted, running for lieutenant governor, removed several hundred thousand Democrats, Greens and Libertarians from the voting rolls in time for the 2016 presidential election.
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