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    J.B. Parker - Florida




    Summary of Offense:

    During an armed robbery, J.B. Parker and three accomplices kidnapped Frances Slater, whom Parker later shot to death. On April 27, 1982, Parker, along with John Bush, Alphonso Cave and Terry Wayne Johnson, set out in Bush’s car from Fort Pierce to West Palm Beach. Parker stated that during the trip, Bush said the group was going to commit a robbery. Later, Bush and Cave entered the Stuart convenience store where the 18-year-old victim, Frances Slater, was working. They robbed the store and abducted Slater, placing her in the back seat of the car. They drove to an isolated area. During the 20-minute trip, the victim pleaded for her life. She was then dragged out of the car by her hair. Bush stabbed Slater, which caused her to sink to her knees. Parker then shot her in the back of the head execution-style. Medical testimony established that the gunshot, not the stabbing, was the cause of death. The four then drove back to Fort Pierce and divided the money four ways. Parker’s split was twenty to thirty dollars.

    Parker was sentenced to death in Pinellas County on December 13, 2000.

    Co-defendant Information:
    John Bush was convicted of first-degree murder, armed robbery and kidnapping, and in 1982 was sentenced to death for the murder conviction. He was executed on October 21, 1996. http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/...ctober-21-1996
    Alphonso Cave (DC# 087429)
    Cave was convicted of first-degree murder, armed robbery and kidnapping (CC# 82-9546). He was sentenced to death in 1982, and resentenced to death in 1993 and 1997. http://www.cncpunishment.com/forums/...=alphonso+cave
    Terry Wayne Johnson (DC# 090336)
    Johnson was convicted in 1993 of first-degree murder and kidnapping (CC# 82-352). He is serving life sentences for each of the convictions.

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    PARKER, J.B. (B/M)
    AKA: Pig, Pig Parker
    DC# 789049
    DOB: 06/11/62


    Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Martin County, Case# 82-352-CFC

    (Trial venue changed to Fifteenth Judicial Circuit)

    Sentencing Judge: The Honorable Phillip G. Nourse

    Attorney, Trial: Robert Makemson – Assistant Public Defender

    Attorney, Direct Appeal I: Robert G. Udell – Assistant Public Defender

    Attorney, Direct Appeal II: Mark Harllee – Assistant Public Defender

    Attorney, Resentencing: David M. Lamos – Assistant Public Defender

    Attorney, Collateral Appeals: Baya Harrison – Registry


    Date of Offense: 04/27/82

    Date of Sentence: 01/11/83

    Date of Resentence: 12/13/00


    Trial Summary:

    05/28/82 Indicted as follows:

    Count I: First-Degree Murder (Frances Slater)

    Count II: Armed Robbery

    Count III: Kidnapping

    01/07/83 Defendant found guilty on all counts of the indictment

    01/11/83 Jury recommended death by a vote of 8- 4

    01/11/83 Defendant was sentenced as follows:

    Count I: First-Degree Murder – Death

    Count II: Armed Robbery – 10 years

    Count III: Kidnapping – 10 years

    10/25/00 New jury recommended the death penalty by a vote of 11-1

    12/13/00 Defendant was resentenced to death


    Appeal Summary:

    Florida Supreme Court – Direct Appeal (I)

    FSC# 63,177

    476 So. 2d 134 (Fla. 1985)

    01/28/83 Appeal filed

    08/22/85 FSC affirmed convictions and sentence

    10/24/85 Motion for rehearing denied


    State Circuit Court – 3.850 Motion (I)

    CC# 82-352-CFC

    12/03/87 Motion filed

    04/05/88 Motion denied


    Florida Supreme Court – 3.850 Appeal (I)

    FSC# 72,374

    542 So. 2d 356 (Fla. 1989)

    04/28/88 Appeal filed

    03/23/89 FSC affirmed trial court’s denial of 3.850 motion

    05/26/89 Rehearing denied

    05/26/89 Mandate issued


    Florida Supreme Court – Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (I)

    FSC# 72,951

    550 So. 2d 459 (Fla. 1989)

    08/25/88 Petition filed

    03/23/89 Petition denied

    05/26/89 Motion for rehearing denied


    Florida Supreme Court – Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (II)

    FSC# 74,749

    550 So.2d 459 (Fla. 1989)

    09/21/89 Petition filed

    10/25/89 Petition denied


    State Circuit Court – 3.850 Motion (II)

    CC# 82-352-CFC

    09/28/89 Motion filed

    10/11/89 Trial court denied 3.850 motion

    10/16/89 Motion for rehearing denied


    Florida Supreme Court – 3.850 Appeal (II)

    FSC# 74,888

    550 So.2d 459 (Fla. 1989)

    10/23/89 Appeal filed

    10/25/89 FSC affirmed trial court’s denial of 3.850 motion


    United States District Court, Southern District – Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

    USDC# 89-163

    10/25/89 Petition filed

    09/03/90 Petition denied


    United States Court of Appeals – 11th District, Habeas Appeal

    USCA# 90-3901

    974 F.2d 1562 (11th Cir. 1992)

    10/01/90 Appeal filed

    10/06/92 USCA affirmed USDC’s denial

    03/17/99 Motion for rehearing denied

    03/31/99 Mandate issued


    State Circuit Court – 3.850 Motion (III)

    CC# 82-352-CFC

    06/27/94 Motion filed

    11/13/96 Trial court grants new sentencing phase and denied new trial


    Florida Supreme Court – 3.850 Appeal (III)

    FSC# 89,469

    721 So.2d 1147 (1989)

    12/05/96 State filed appeal

    09/03/98 FSC affirms trial court’s order granting a new penalty phase and denying a new trial

    12/15/98 Motion for rehearing denied

    01/14/99 Mandate issued


    Florida Supreme Court – Direct Appeal (II)

    FSC# 01-172

    873 So.2d 270

    01/24/01 Appeal filed

    01/22/04 FSC affirmed convictions and sentence

    04/28/04 Mandate issued


    United States Supreme Court – Petition for Writ of Certiorari

    USSC# 04-120

    125 S.Ct. 868, 160 L.Ed.2d 768

    07/22/04 Petition filed

    01/10/05 Petition denied


    State Circuit Court – 3.850 Motion

    CC# 82-352-CFC

    01/06/06 Motion filed

    09/07/06 Amended motion filed

    06/19/08 Motion denied


    Florida Supreme Court – 3.851 appeal filed

    FSC# 08-1385

    (Pending)

    07/23/08 Appeal filed


    Warrant:

    08/29/89 Death warrant signed by Governor Martinez

    10/27/89 Scheduled execution date

    10/25/89 United States District Court, Southern District, grants stay of execution


    Clemency:

    12/07/89 Hearing held (denied)


    Factors Contributing to the Delay in the Imposition of the Sentence:

    The delays in this case stem from the number of appeals filed and Parker’s resentencing in 2000. Parker’s second direct appeal resulted in a new penalty phase, which essentially started the appeals process anew. Nearly 18 years passed from the filing of Parker’s first direct appeal in 1983 to his resentencing in 2000. During that time period, Parker filed three 3.850 motions with the trial court (and subsequently appealed the rulings to the Florida Supreme Court), twice petitioned the Florida Supreme Court for a writ of habeas corpus, and filed a habeas petition and a habeas appeal with the United States District Court and Court of Appeals.


    Case information:

    Parker filed a Direct Appeal to the Florida Supreme Court on 01/28/83. The Court agreed with the defendant that the trial court erred in admitting testimony regarding his admission of guilt, but ruled that this was harmless error. The Court affirmed the conviction and sentence 10/24/85.

    On 12/03/87, Parker filed a 3.850 Motion to the Circuit Court, which was denied on 04/05/88.

    On 04/28/88, Parker filed a 3.850 Appeal to the Florida Supreme Court. The Court affirmed the trial court’s denial of the 3.850 motion on 03/23/89. The Court denied Parker’s motion for a rehearing and issued a mandate on 05/26/89.

    Parker filed a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus to the Florida Supreme Court on 08/25/88, which was denied on 03/23/89. His motion for a rehearing was denied on 05/26/89.

    Governor Bob Martinez signed Parker’s death warrant in 08/29/89. The following month, the defendant filed a second Habeas petition to the Florida Supreme Court and a second 3.850 Motion to the Circuit Court. He also asked the Florida Supreme Court for a stay of execution. Then on 10/25/89, two days before Parker’s scheduled execution date (10/27/89), he filed a Habeas petition in the United States District Court, and was granted a stay of execution the same day.

    Parker filed a second 3.850 Motion to the Circuit Court on 09/28/89. The trial court denied the 3.850 Motion on 10/16/89, a decision he appealed to the Florida Supreme Court on 10/23/89. The Court, on the day the execution was stayed, issued a consolidated opinion affirming the trial court’s ruling and denying the second Habeas petition, saying each of the 11 issued raised by Parker in both appeals were procedurally barred. The Court also denied the request for a stay of execution.

    Parker filed a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus to the United States District Court, Southern District on 10/25/89. The Court denied Parker’s Habeas petition on 09/03/90. He filed an appeal of the decision to the United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit on 10/01/90, arguing that his statements to law enforcement officers, which implicated him in the crimes, were inadmissible during the trial. The Court agreed, but found the trial court error was harmless and affirmed the lower court’s opinion 10/06/92.

    Parker filed a third 3.850 Motion to the Circuit Court on 06/27/94. He argued that testimony from the resentencing of codefendant Alphonso Cave would have had an exculpatory impact on Parker’s trial and, had he discovered it, would have changed the outcome of his trial. The trial court agreed and granted him an evidentiary hearing on the issue. After the hearing, on 11/13/96, the trial judge granted a new penalty phase, but denied him a new trial after finding that such evidence would not have resulted in a different verdict in the guilt phase.

    On 12/05/96, the State appealed the Circuit Court’s order for a new penalty phase to the Florida Supreme Court. In a cross-appeal, Parker argued for a new trial. On 09/03/98, the Court agreed with the trial judge’s conclusion that, given evidence erroneously admitted during the trial along with the evidence presented during Cave’s resentencing, confidence in the jury’s recommendation for death had been undermined, and affirmed the trial court’s order for a new penalty phase. The Court rejected Parker’s claim that confidence in the verdict had been undermined as well, and affirmed the trial court’s order denying a new trial.

    Parker filed a Direct Appeal to the Florida Supreme Court on 01/24/01. His convictions and sentence were affirmed on 01/22/04.

    Parker filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court on 07/22/04, which is was denied on 01/10/05.

    On 01/06/06, Parker filed a 3.850 Motion to the Circuit Court. The motion was amended on 09/07/06, which was denied on 06/19/08.

    On 07/23/08, Parker filed a 3.851 appeal in the Florida Supreme Court. This appeal is currently pending.

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    Oral arguments were held on the 8th of December, 2010.

    http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/p.../oa12-10.shtml

    You can find the briefs here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/p...385/index.html.

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    J. B. PARKER vs. STATE OF FLORIDA

    In today's Florida Supreme Court opinions, the court AFFIRMED the postconviction court's DENIAL of relief.

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    On June 6, 2012, Parker filed a habeas petition in Federal District Court.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/flo...v00297/272216/

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    Murder victim’s mom on decades-long mission to see killers executed

    STUART — Sally Slater has avoided driving on Kanner Highway for the past 34 years.

    Her daughter's body was dumped on the side of that road April 28, 1982, after she had been stabbed and shot to death execution-style.

    Four men were convicted of 18-year-old Frances Julia Slater's kidnapping and murder.

    One has been put to death. One, who was given a life sentence, has been living out on parole on the Treasure Coast, in part because of Sally Slater's forgiveness.

    But two others remain on death row.

    While they continue to live, Slater said, her family has been falling apart.

    Now 80 years old, she is on a mission to see them executed.

    "I would like to live long enough to see it happen," Slater said. "They're sitting in prison protected while my family is going through all sorts of hell all the time."

    MURDER AND COURTS

    Slater, whose stepmother was singer and actress Frances Langford, has been retired for about 20 years. She was a real estate broker, worked at the Jensen Travel Agency, did some bookkeeping and opened a skin care clinic.

    She doesn't do anything special on the anniversary of her daughter's death. This year, she scheduled three medical appointments to stay busy. She also has four small dogs to keep her occupied.

    She recently flipped through her table-sized scrapbook of newspaper clippings from the past three decades in the sunlit dining room of her Key West-style home on Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach.

    It was the one day between the anniversary of her daughter's death and her daughter's birthday.

    Articles recalled how Frances Julia Slater — or Frannie, as her mother called her — was working in a gas station north of Stuart alone about 2 a.m.

    She had to work a double shift to cover that night for a kid who had put a nail through his leg, said Sally Slater.

    Four men — John Earl Bush, J.B. "Pig" Parker, Alfonso Cave and Terry Wayne "Bo Gator" Johnson — robbed the store, kidnapped the 18-year-old and drove her out to the western part of the county. Bush stabbed her, Cave pulled her out of the car as she begged for her life, and Parker shot her in the back of the head.

    The gun was thrown and never found, and the four men split whatever money they got when they returned to Fort Pierce. Records show Parker's split was between $20 and $30, but the total amount isn't known.

    Her mother believes they killed her because she saw them and would recognize them.

    Bush was executed in 1996 at age 38, a decade after he filed his last appeal and after 15 years on death row.

    Cave, 57, and Parker, 53, hold the record of Treasure Coast people on death row with 33 years and 34 years, respectively. Cave has exhausted his appeals, but Parker hasn't.

    In 2012, Treasure Coast Newspapers reviewed 20 boxes of court records related to the Cave and Parker cases. Court papers showed taxpayers spent more than $348,000 on Cave's appeals, and Parker's tab exceeds $296,000. At about $65 each day, housing both men on death row has cost an estimate $1.58 million, according to state officials.

    PROTRACTED APPEALS

    In 1982, Cave was sentenced to death after a jury voted 7-5 in favor of execution. In 1989, Gov. Bob Martinez signed Cave's death warrant, and records show he was within two days of being executed when a federal court issued a stay.

    During his appeals, Cave again was sentenced to death in 1993 after a jury voted 10-2 for execution. During a third penalty phase in 1997, he was returned to death row following a jury's 11-1 recommendation in favor of execution.

    "Alphonso Cave has had three bites at the apple ... so that's why his case has dragged on for 34 years," said Assistant State Attorney Ryan Butler. "He has nothing pending in state or federal court. We're just waiting for the governor to sign a death warrant on Cave."

    Meanwhile, Parker still is appealing his punishment after being sentenced to death in 1983 by a 8-4 jury vote. During another sentencing phase in 2000, a new jury favored execution 11-1.

    Federal and state courts remain in the limbo with decisions about the death penalty and Parker's final appeal.

    But Johnson, 59, who was passed out drunk in the vehicle and didn't participate in the murder, was sentenced to life in prison and now lives in Fort Pierce after being released on supervision in 2008.

    He chose to return to Fort Pierce to be close to his mother, according to state prison officials, and will be supervised for the rest of his life.

    Slater got to know Johnson's mother well during court cases and appeals. They sat near each other and would talk every day. Slater said she's a very nice and religious lady. After Johnson confessed Parker did the shooting, Slater wrote a letter to the parole board stating she didn't oppose his freedom.

    "He served 27 years," Slater said, "and I thought that was fair."

    Fort Pierce correctional probation specialist Sandra Jenkins, who supervises Johnson in Fort Pierce, said Johnson declined to comment for this story.

    He considered the Slater murder a "dark chapter of his life" that he doesn't talk about, Jenkins said.

    After Johnson's release, he worked at a Palm Bay stable as a day labor maintenance worker. He's currently employed by Labor Finders in Fort Pierce as a lawn maintenance foreman.

    ON A MISSION

    Slater has been fighting for justice ever since her daughter's death.

    Even though Parker hasn't exhausted his appeals, Cave has. Slater said Gov. Rick Scott needs to order a clemency hearing so Cave can be executed. Clemency is the process by which convicted felons may be considered by the governor for relief from punishment, including commuting a death sentence. If Scott ordered a clemency review, the Florida Commission on Offender Review would conduct an investigation and victims of record must be notified an investigation is pending and that they may submit written comments.

    It's unknown when Scott may do that. Offender Review officials said information related to a clemency petition is confidential.

    Parker has a petition pending before a judge in the U.S. Middle District of Florida seeking a review of state court rulings in his case. The judge in August put his appeal on hold while the U.S. Supreme Court prepared an opinion released in January that found Florida's death penalty sentencing system was unconstitutional.

    It's unclear when Parker's appeal will be put back on track. It could be delayed until after the Florida Supreme Court decides if a new death penalty law enacted in March applies to his case. If that happens, and because Parker's appeals are not final, legal experts have speculated it's possible a judge could rule that condemned prisoners with appeals pending should be sentenced again under the new law.

    For now, all Slater can do is write the governor and the newspaper.

    She wrote a letter to the editor for this newspaper's Opinion page, asking for Scott to take action.

    Slater said she's frustrated and angry with him.

    She believes there are circumstances when the death penalty is needed, such as in this case.

    Too often, she said, murder victims and their families are forgotten.

    "I don't have a daughter," Slater said. "I don't have grandchildren from her. She never got married. I can't enjoy her."

    http://www.tcpalm.com/news/crime/mar...382250731.html

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    Third death penalty sentencing for convicted killer J.B. Parker likely a year away

    STUART — State prosecutors will try for a third time to get a death sentence that will stick for convicted killer J.B. "Pig" Parker, but it will be at least a year before they will have the chance.

    Parker is one of four men convicted of the April 2, 1982, murder of Julia Frances Slater, who was kidnapped shortly before midnight while working at a convenience store on U.S. 1 in north Stuart.

    Slater, of Jensen Beach, was later shot and stabbed off Kanner Highway west of Stuart.

    John Earl Bush was executed in 1996 at age 38, a decade after he filed his last appeal and after 15 years on death row.

    Terry Wayne "Bo Gator" Johnson, who was passed out drunk in the vehicle and didn't participate in the murder, was sentenced to life in prison and now lives in Fort Pierce after being released on supervision in 2008, in part because of the forgiveness of the victim’s mother, Sally Slater.

    The other two remain in the maximum-security Union Correctional Institution.

    Alfonso Cave, 58, is on death row, and has been for 34 years, the longest anyone from the Treasure Coast has sat on death row. He has exhausted his appeals after being sentenced to death for a third time.

    In 2012, TCPalm reviewed 20 boxes of court records related to the Cave and Parker cases. Court papers showed taxpayers spent more than $348,000 on Cave's appeals, and Parker's tab at that time exceeded $296,000.

    At about $65 each day, housing both men on death row has cost an estimated $1.58 million, according to state officials.

    The Florida Supreme Court returned Parker’s case to the 19th Circuit for a third try at a sentencing phase after it ruled last year that all death penalty sentences decided by juries that were not unanimous must be returned to a trial judge for a new sentence. Parker was sentenced to death in 1983 after an 8-4 jury vote. In his second sentencing phase in 2000, a different jury favored execution 11-1.

    At a hearing in April to determine whether it was a harmless error when Parker’s jury voted 11-1 in favor of death, Circuit Judge Gary Sweet ruled Parker should get a new sentencing hearing.

    In June, State Attorney Bruce Colton filed new papers saying they’d again seek the death penalty for Parker.

    At a status conference Wednesday with Circuit Judge Elizabeth Metzger, the chief judge of the 19th Circuit, a tentative path was laid out toward Parker’s third sentencing hearing.

    With more status conferences set for every 30 days, Parker’s defense team has until January to file motions related to the sentencing phase. Prosecutors will have until June to respond.

    It appears unlikely that Parker’s third sentencing phase will get underway before 2019.

    http://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/cri...way/489652001/

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