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Horacio Alberto Reyes-Camarena - Oregon Death Row
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    Horacio Alberto Reyes-Camarena - Oregon Death Row




    Summary of Offense:

    On January 21, 1997, a Douglas County jury sentenced Mexican citizen Alberto Reyes-Camarena to die for aggravated murders committed on September 17, 1995. He stabbed 32-year-old Angelica Zetina, whom he met working on a farm near Woodburn, 17 times, then stabbed and robbed her sister Maria, 18, nearly killing her. Both women were dumped on the side of the highway. Two days after his conviction and before the punishment phase of his trial began, Camarena and another inmate escaped from a holding cell. Camarena suffered a spinal injury when he fell four stories as the pair climbed down a makeshift rope. Both inmates were re-captured when they were discovered hiding in the basement of a nearby church nearly three weeks later. Camarena underwent surgery and was returned to finish his trial after his recovery.

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    On July 28, 2000, Camarena's death sentence was upheld by the Oregon Supreme Court on direct appeal.

    http://caselaw.findlaw.com/or-suprem...t/1018281.html

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    June 15, 2003

    Oregon: Death Row Inmate Will Not Get Kidney Transplant

    A death row inmate in Oregon who was seeking a kidney transplant has been turned down by a medical review panel, according to a spokesperson for the state Department of Corrections.

    A panel of prison doctors applying criteria used by the transplant team at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland concluded that Horacio Alberto Reyes-Camarena, 47, was not eligible for the surgery.

    The two criteria that Reyes-Camarena failed to meet were not disclosed because of medical confidentiality laws, according to spokesperson Perrin Damon.

    The case attracted national attention after Reyes-Camarena, who was sentenced to death six years ago for stabbing an 18-year-old girl and dumping her body near the Oregon Coast, told the Salem Statesman Journal that he wanted the transplant.

    With more than 50,000 Americans, including 203 Oregonians, on waiting lists for kidney transplants, the Reyes-Camarena case rekindled a long-standing public debate over whether prison inmates convicted of commiting heinous crimes should be eligible to receive a life-saving organ.

    http://www.transplantweek.org/member...ews/042402.htm

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