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    Timothy Alan Dunlap - Idaho Death Row




    Summary of Offense:

    Dunlap was sentenced to death in 1992 for the October 16, 1991 shotgun slaying of Tonya Crane. After a successful appeal, he was re-sentenced to death in 2006.

    He is also on Ohio Death Row for the October 6, 1991 murder of his girlfriend, Belinda Bolanos, at a river park in Cincinnati.

    For more on Dunlap's Ohio case, see: http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/...Ohio-Death-Row

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    I'm not trying to be a smart alec, but I just wanted to let you know that Tim isn't responsible for the murders of William and Dalma Fuhriman. The scumbag that did that's name is James H. Hairston. My cousin was married to Tim, so we all know the case. He did, however, confess to the murders of Belind Bolanos and Tonya Crane. It's ridiculous that he has been sitting on death row for 19 years. More people die of natural cause on death row than exectutions. And guess who foots the bill for their incarceration? The taxpayers. Anyway, just thought I'd let you know. :0)

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    I just skimmed a few appeals and you appear to be right about the shooting deaths of William and Dalma Fuhriman.

    Question. Do you think he should be re-sentenced, or do you think he should have been executed by now?

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    Death row inmate sues over lack of lunches

    A man who has been sentenced to death in two states is suing the kitchen supervisor of Idaho's maximum security prison because the state no longer serves lunch to inmates on weekends.

    Timothy Dunlap was sentenced to death in 1992 for killing Tonya Crane during a bank robbery in Caribou County. He has also been sentenced to death in Ohio for killing his girlfriend.

    The Idaho State Journal (http://bit.ly/SxHTxs) reports Dunlap filed the lawsuit in federal court last week, contending that he is losing weight and had a heart attack because of the weekend meal schedule.

    Idaho inmates get three meals a day except weekends, when they get a larger breakfast and dinner and a piece of fruit at lunch time. State officials say the daily calorie total remains constant.

    http://www.journalnet.com
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    The State of Idaho v Timothy Dunlap... Vice Versa

    Court: Idaho Supreme Court

    Opinion Date: August 27, 2013

    The judgment imposing the death sentence is affirmed. The district court’s summary dismissal of the petition for post-conviction relief is affirmed in part, vacated in part, and remanded for further post-conviction relief proceedings.
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    Idaho death row inmate gets new hearing

    An inmate who was sentenced to death for killing a bank teller in eastern Idaho will get another chance to argue that he deserves a lesser sentence under a new ruling from the Idaho Supreme Court.

    Timothy Dunlap was sentenced to death for shooting 23-year-old Tonya Crane to death during a Soda Springs bank robbery in 1991. He also has been sentenced to death in Ohio for killing his girlfriend, Belinda Bolanos, with a crossbow just 10 days before Crane's murder.

    Dunlap contends his attorneys didn't adequately investigate mitigating factors, such as his mental illness, during his sentencing hearing. On Tuesday the Idaho Supreme Court issued a ruling rejecting most of his claims but finding that he was entitled to an evidentiary hearing on claims related to his mental health.

    Dunlap has had several hearings on various aspects of his trial and sentence already. He was originally sentenced to death in Idaho in 1992, and in 2005 the Idaho Supreme Court ruled that procedural mistakes made after he entered his plea entitled him to a new sentencing hearing. In 2006, a jury again sentenced him to die.

    In his most recent appeal, Dunlap argued more than a dozen issues and most of those claims were rejected by the Idaho Supreme Court. But Justice Joel Horton, writing for the unanimous court, said in the ruling that there were some issues of material fact that needed closer examination.

    Among them were Dunlap's contention that his attorneys didn't adequately investigate mitigating factors that could have encouraged a jury to give him a lesser sentence. Specifically, Dunlap said the attorneys didn't do enough to investigate his family and background, his mental illness and the connection between his medications and his behavior, and his level of remorse. He also said his attorneys failed to adequately rebut the state's theory that he was simply malingering, not seriously mentally ill.

    Dunlap also cited a civil lawsuit he filed against the state several years ago as proof that the Idaho Attorney General withheld evidence that would have helped him during the sentencing hearing. In that claim, Dunlap noted after he sued Idaho prison officials for refusing to move him out of solitary confinement, the prison officials defended their position by saying he needed the restrictive housing because of his mental illness.

    Dunlap said that the Idaho Attorney General's office represented the prison officials in defending the lawsuit and also represented state prosecutors in his sentencing hearing, and so should have turned over evidence — the prison officials' statements about his mental health — to Dunlap's attorneys before he was sentenced.

    Those claims merited a close look, the high court decided.

    "The evidence in question here is related to Dunlap's mental health, which was the primary focus of the defense at sentencing," Horton wrote. "Although we express no opinion regarding the merits of Dunlap's claims, it is clear that an evidentiary hearing was required to determine whether, taken as a whole, there is a reasonable likelihood that timely disclosure of this evidence would have had a substantial effect on Dunlap's mitigation case, especially with respect to rebutting the state's theory that Dunlap was a malingerer."

    The court ordered that an evidentiary hearing on both matters be held in state court.

    http://www.idahostatesman.com/2013/0...#storylink=cpy
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    In today's orders, the United States Supreme Court DENIED Dunlap's petition for certiorari.

    Lower Ct: Supreme Court of Idaho
    Case Nos.: (32773, 37270)
    Decision Date: August 27, 2013
    Rehearing Denied: November 29, 2013

    http://www.supremecourt.gov/search.a...es/13-1315.htm

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    In today's orders, the United States Supreme Court declined to review Dunlap's petition for certiorari.

    Lower Ct: Supreme Court of Idaho
    Case Nos.: (41105, 2015)
    Decision Date: November 2, 2015
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    UPDATE: Tim is still on Death Row

    I'm sorry that I never responded to you, Heidi. Tim was granted an appeal in 2006 and retried and, again, sentenced to death. He has made several accusations while in prison, including comments about my family, that are ridiculous. He blamed the stress of his divorce and losing his son as the reason for killing Tonya Crane and Belinda Belanos. He and my cousin separated because he became violent. Our family was concerned about the well-being of his son, as well as my cousin. He also stole money from several family members, on different occasions. He stole my aunt and uncle's debit cards and credit cards, trying to get money from them, but he didn't have all of the information such as pin numbers), so thse attempts were unsuccessful. He and Belinda Belanos were living in Belinda's car at the time of her death. He left Belinda's body in a wooded area in the Riverfront area of Cincinnati. Tim traveled to in Belinda's car for 10 days, from Ohio to Idaho, all the while sawing off a shotgun. Tonya Crane was a bank teller in Idaho. Tim went into the bank, told her to empty her drawer and give him all of her money. She complied and he shot her point-blank with a shotgun anyway. He took off and was later found walking on a two-lane highway, with his car parked a mile or two behind him. He left the cash in the car, as well as the shotgun. He confessed to everything and in great detail, I might add. After he was convicted, he claimed that he had inadequate representation and that they should have mentioned his mental illness and other issues. He also claimed that he didn't know why he had killed those women. He has filed numerous lawsuits while in prison, all at the tax-payers expense.

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    Thanks for the update FactChaser
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