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Gary Lee Davis

  • Blogs

    October 23, 2012

    Damien Echols on the West Memphis Three, exoneration and Life After Death

    Is there life after death? After eighteen years behind bars for a crime he didn't commit, most of them spent in the debilitating confines of death row, Damien Echols plans to find out. In 1993 Echols, then eighteen, and two other Arkansas teenagers were arrested and charged with the murders of thre ... More >>

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    October 18, 2012

    Antoine Wallace gets sixty years for brutal attack on prison workers

    Antoine Wallace was in the midst of serving a 218-month sentence at the United States Penitentiary in Florence when he stood before a judge earlier this month. Now, he'll be behind bars for a lot longer. The 39-year-old career criminal has been sentenced to another sixty years in a horrific attack ... More >>

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    October 8, 2012

    Photos: Top 25 mug shots of September 2012

    As seen in our pictorial roundup below, September witnessed a slew of alternatively bizarre and startling crime stories -- and the images that accompanied them were just as memorable. Look below to see the faces of those accused in shootouts, standoffs and more (including the latest shot of Colorad ... More >>

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    September 19, 2012

    Eddie Ives's botched execution and replacing the noose with the gas chamber

    This week's cover story, "The Happiest Man on Death Row," examines the 1939 execution of Joe Arridy, a Pueblo man with an IQ of 46, for a murder he probably didn't commit -- and the twenty-year battle by author Robert Perske to clear his name. Although the miscarriage of justice in Arridy's case is ... More >>

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    November 6, 1997
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    March 6, 1997

    A Fight to the Death

    Frank Rodriguez was sentenced to die twelve years ago. Are we there yet?

  • News

    November 30, 1994

    A STAR IS INCARCERATED

    INMATES ARE RILED OVER THEIR UNWILLING ROLES IN A POLITICAL TV AD.

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