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Genghis Nicholas Kocaker - Florida Death Row
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    Genghis Nicholas Kocaker - Florida Death Row




    Summary of Offense:

    Genghis Kocaker was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Eric J. Stanton, 26.

    Stanton's body was found September 1, 2004, in his cab, which was parked in the parking lot of the Eckerd Drug store at 1605 Missouri Ave. S. Authorities were alerted to the cab by an anonymous man who called 911 and said someone was dead inside a taxi at the store.

    The killer had stabbed Stanton and cut his throat, then bound him with a seat belt, put him in the taxi's trunk and set the car on fire. Stanton was able to push his way into the cab of the taxi. He died from smoke inhalation, though an autopsy showed the stab wounds contributed to his death.

    Kocaker was sentenced to death in Pinellas County on December 19, 2009.

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    June 12, 2008

    Clearwater man guilty of killing taxi driver

    A jury on Thursday convicted a Clearwater man of murdering a taxi driver in 2004.

    Genghis Kocaker, 44, was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Eric J. Stanton, 26.

    Stanton's body was found Sept. 1, 2004, in his cab, which was parked in the parking lot of the Eckerd Drug store at 1605 Missouri Ave. S. Authorities were alerted to the cab by an anonymous man who called 911 and said someone was dead inside a taxi at the store.

    The killer had stabbed Stanton and cut his throat, then bound him with a seat belt, put him in the taxi's trunk and set the car on fire. Stanton was able to push his way into the cab of the taxi. He died from smoke inhalation, though an autopsy showed the stab wounds contributed to his death.

    Detectives learned Kocaker, who has served prison time for manslaughter and armed robbery, lived with his sister two blocks away. They focused on him as a suspect based on a surveillance camera tape, a blood-soaked T-shirt and a gas can.

    The surveillance video showed Kocaker making the anonymous 911 call from the store to report the death. When detectives interviewed him, he said Stanton gave him a ride that night but denied killing him.

    Detectives also said they found a blood-soaked gray Fruit of the Loom T-shirt in the back seat of the cab. Kocaker's sister told them Kocaker owned such a shirt, and that it was missing from her house. Similarly, investigators said the gas can found on the front seat of the cab was missing from the sister's home.

    Detectives also said Kocaker had a crack cocaine habit and, according to his dealer, ran out of money a couple of days before the slaying.

    But shortly after midnight on Aug. 31, Kocaker called his dealer and asked to be picked up at the Walgreens across the street from the Eckerd where Stanton's body would be found the next day, authorities said.

    The dealer told detectives he noticed Kocaker was carrying a lot of cash and had blood on his shirt. He asked Kocaker if he had robbed someone, and Kocaker said, "That's what I do."

    A woman who had used drugs with Kocaker also reported seeing blood on his shirt that night. When she asked how he got blood on him, Kocaker told her she asked too many questions and changed clothes.

    Jurors will return to court today to hear testimony about whether Kocaker should be sentenced to death. They will make a recommendation to Judge Joseph Bulone, who will decide whether he should be sentenced to death or to life in prison without the chance of parole.

    http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/...icle621824.ece

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    Oral arguments were held on the 8th of September.

    http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/p...es/index.shtml

    You can find the briefs here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/p...229/index.html

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    GENGHIS NICHOLAS KOCAKER A/K/A GENGHIS HENRY KOCAKER vs. STATE OF FLORIDA

    In today's Florida Supreme Court opinions, Kocaker's conviction and sentence of death were AFFIRMED.

    After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of first-degree murder. The jury recommended a death sentence. Following a Spencer hearing, the trial court sentenced Defendant to death upon determining that the State had proven beyond a reasonable doubt the existence of several statutory aggravators. The Supreme Court affirmed the conviction and sentence, holding (1) the evidence presented at trial was sufficient to support the first-degree murder conviction; (2) under the totality of the circumstances, the death sentence in this case was proportionate; (3) Florida's protocol for execution by lethal injection is constitutional; and (4) Florida's capital sentencing process is constitutional.
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    YIKES ! He's scary looking.....but what I'd expect from a killer named Genghis I suppose!

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    In today's United States Supreme Court orders, Kocaker's petition for a writ of certiorari was DENIED.

    Lower Ct: Supreme Court of Florida
    Case Nos.: (SC10-229)
    Decision Date: January 3, 2013

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