Originally published July 3, 2008 Schwab’s legacy may be more frequent executions By Paul Flemming FLORIDA CAPITAL BUREAU Mark Dean Schwab’s execution, Florida’s first in more than 18 months, is the start of more lethal injections for the 386 prisoners on the state’s death row.
Friends, The U.S. Supreme Court is meeting today on lifting the stay of execution for Mark Schwab. Insiders say that if the stay is lifted, a new execution date may be announced as early as Monday. —-Mark Mark Elliott Executive Director Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, FADP.org
By DARA KAM Palm Beach Post Capital Bureau Monday, July 23, 2007 TALLAHASSEE — An Ocala judge interrupted a death penalty trial questioning whether the state’s lethal injections are cruel and unusual punishment after telling the Department of Corrections its executions protocols are lacking.
March 5, 2007 Tallahassee Citizens Against the Death Penalty Contact: Walter Moore, Chair (850) 877-1609; email@example.com RESPONSE TO THE FINAL REPORT OF THE GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF LETHAL INJECTION The more information our citizens have about the actual administration of the death penalty, the less comfortable they will be with …
Friends, The Final Report of the Governor’s Commission on the Administration of Lethal Injection is now available at www.FADP.org. More coming soon. Statements by coalition partners to the Commission will be posted. More details upcoming. Call For Action next. —Mark
By Linda Kleindienst The Orlando Sentinel Friday, March 2, 2007 TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s executioners need better training, and the mix of chemicals now used in lethal injections should be re-evaluated, a commission charged with reviewing a botched December execution said in a report released Thursday.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Ben Somberg, 212/633-4268 Thursday, March 1, 2007 or Wende Gozan, 212/633-4247 Florida Lethal Injection Commission’s Findings “Should Give Pause to Those Who Assume That the Process is Orderly,” Says Amnesty International
On Monday, February 19, the Governor’s Commission on the Administration of Lethal Injection heard testimony from the medical professional who oversaw the execution of Angel Diaz. I invite you to listen to a portion of his testimony, as recorded by one of the reporters present at the meeting. Go to www.fadp.org and click on the …
Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Gov. Jeb Bush signed a death warrant Tuesday for Angel Diaz, convicted of murdering the manager of a Miami topless bar nearly 27 years ago.
You can read the Tallahassee Democrat’s overview of the Governor’s action by clicking on Execution dates. Execution dates A.D. Rutherford Danny Rollin