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John Marion Grant - Oklahoma Execution - October 28, 2021 - Page 3
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    Oklahoma AG requests execution dates for seven state death row inmates

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor late Wednesday asked the Court of Criminal Appeals to set execution dates for seven death row inmates, including Julius Jones.

    The action comes after the state put the death penalty on hold following the 2014 botched execution of Clayton Lockett, the 2015 execution of Charles Warner using the wrong drug, a review of the protocol and litigation.

    O’Connor asked that Jones’ execution date be set for Oct. 28.

    Jones, who has waged a public relations campaign claiming innocence, is set for a Sept. 13 commutation hearing before the Pardon and Parole Board. However, with the O’Connor filing seeking an execution date, that could change to a clemency hearing a later date, said Tom Bates, Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board director.

    The board has scheduled a meeting for next week to discuss the potential resumption of executions and the scheduling of clemency hearings.

    Jones was convicted of the 1999 murder of Edmond businessman Paul Howell.

    O’Connor asked the court to set a Feb. 10 execution date for James Allen Coddington, who was sentenced to death for the 1997 killing of Albert Hale in Oklahoma County.

    He also requested that a Dec. 30 execution date be set for Donald Anthony Grant. He was sentenced to death for the 2001 murders of Del City motel workers Brenda McElyea and Suzette Smith.

    An Oct. 7 date was requested by John Marion Grant Grant, who was sentenced for the 1998 killing of Gray Carter, a prison kitchen worker at the Dick Connor Correctional Center in Hominy.

    Wade Greely Lay, sentenced to death for the 2004 killing of a Tulsa security guard Kenny Anderson, was petitioned to be sentenced on Dec. 9.

    The court was also asked to set a Jan. 20 execution date for Gilbert Ray Postelle. Postelle was convicted at trial of killing four people in 2005 outside a trailer in Del City. He received the death penalty for two of the murders.

    An execution date of Nov. 18 was requested for Bigler Jobe Stouffer. Stouffer was sentenced to death for the 1985 killing of Putnam City teacher Linda Reaves.

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    Grant was up for execution in 2015. Good they want him first.
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    Execution dates set for Julius Jones, 6 other Oklahoma death row inmates

    By The Oklahoman

    High-profile death row inmate Julius Jones has been scheduled for execution Nov. 18.

    The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Monday set execution dates for Jones and six other inmates convicted of murder.

    The court set the date for Jones even though the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has recommended Gov. Kevin Stitt commute his death sentence.

    The board voted 3-1 Sept. 13 to recommend his sentence be commuted to life in prison. If the governor agrees, Jones would be immediately eligible for parole.

    Stitt could choose to commute the sentence to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He also could deny commutation.

    Oklahoma's new attorney general, John O'Connor, asked the court to schedule the execution dates.

    O'Connor made the request in August after a federal judge ruled six of the inmates could no longer participate in a legal challenge to the state's execution procedures.

    “The seven inmates to be scheduled for execution were convicted of heinous crimes,” O’Connor said in August. “They either didn't challenge the protocol or offer an alternative method of execution."

    The ongoing lawsuit focuses mainly on the use of a sedative, midazolam, in lethal injections.

    Jones, 41, is facing execution for the 1999 fatal shooting of an Edmond insurance executive during a carjacking. Jurors chose the death penalty as punishment at a 2002 trial.

    The victim, Paul Howell, was gunned down in his parents' driveway in Edmond after a back-to-school shopping trip with his daughters. Stolen was his 1997 Suburban.

    Jones claims that he is innocent, that the real killer framed him and that his trial was unfair.

    "I am not the only young Black male whose public defenders were overmatched, whose juries were biased, who were chewed up and spit out by a system that packs our prisons with people who look just like me," he wrote in a letter sent to the board.

    Millions signed a petition in his support after ABC in 2018 aired the documentary series, "The Last Defense," about his innocence claim.

    Oklahoma has not carried out an execution since 2015.

    Scheduled for execution first is John Marion Grant, 60, an armed robber who was sentenced to death for fatally stabbing a prison kitchen worker in 1998.

    His execution was set for Oct. 28.


    Next is Jones.

    Third is Bigler Jobe Stouffer, 78, who was sentenced to death for the 1985 fatal shooting of a Putnam City elemetary school teacher. His execution was set for Dec. 9.

    Stouffer did not join dozens of other death row inmates in the legal challenge to the execution protocol. His attorney, though, told the Court of Criminal Appeals he will file his own challenge.

    Fourth is Wade Greely Lay, 60, who was sentenced to death for killing a security guard during a botched bank robbery in 2004. His execution was set for Jan. 6.

    Fifth is Donald A. Grant, 45, who was sentenced to death for killing two workers at the LaQuinta Inn in Del City during a 2001 robbery. His execution was set for Jan. 27.

    Sixth is Gilbert Ray Postelle, 35, who was convicted of murdering four people on Memorial Day 2005 outside a trailer in Del City. He was sentenced to death for two of the murders and to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the other two.

    His execution was set for Feb. 17.

    Seventh is James Allen Coddington, 49, who was sentenced to death for killing a Choctaw man in 1997 during a cocaine binge. His execution was set for March 10.

    O'Connor initally had asked for earlier dates. He revised his request when the appeals court did not act. He told the court he was doing so so that inmates will get a required notice and to allow the parole board time to conduct clemency hearings.

    In the order, the judges on the Court of Criminal Appeals found that the setting of execution dates is now appropriate and required by law.

    They acknowledged in a footnote that they are aware of Jones' commutation request. They wrote "this Court's duty to set a date certain is dictated" by law because there is currently no stay in effect.

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    Clemency Hearing For Death Row Inmate John Marion Grant Scheduled As Execution Date Draws Near

    By ELIZABETH CALDWELL
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    Oct. 28 could be the date for Oklahoma’s first execution in years.

    60-year-old John Marion Grant is the first of seven men in line to be executed. Grant was sentenced to death for the 1998 stabbing and killing of 58-year-old Dick Conner Correctional Center employee Gay Carter.

    Sarah Jernigan, the assistant federal public defender for western Oklahoma, said she hopes Grant’s clemency hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. on Oct. 5 in front of Oklahoma’s Pardon and Parole board will go her client’s way.

    “I think first and foremost we would say there is really nothing to be gained from executing John Grant at this point. We believe he is a person deserving of mercy. We believe the state of Oklahoma has instituted a clemency procedure for that very reason: to bestow mercy. We believe Mr. Grant is one deserving of mercy more than ever.”

    Jernigan’s case for mercy isn’t an easy read. She says Grant was abused both by his family and the state charged with his protection.

    According to documents from Jernigan, Grant was born in Ada, Oklahoma. He was the sixth of nine children who grew up in abject poverty. The family moved to Oklahoma City when Grant was young so his mother would stop “partying." But Grant stole to provide for the family and ended up in the infamous 1970’s Oklahoma juvenile justice system.

    “Throwaway Kids” was a 1981 Peabody Award winning report from 20/20 about the neglect, abuse, and death that happened in the Oklahoma juvenile justice system while Grant was a resident. There was no foster care system at the time and children were placed in rural facilities.

    The state collected federal per diem for each child but failed to care for them with the money. A litany of abuses is detailed in “Throwaway Kids,” among them that children were locked in their solitary cells for twenty-three hours a day.

    After being released from the juvenile system, it wasn’t long before Grant was in the adult prison system. He stabbed Carter while serving time for armed robbery.

    According to The Oklahoman archives, the motive for the attack was unclear in 1998. Subsequent motives have involved the relationship of Grant and Carter. Grant worked in the kitchen, but lost his job for fighting with another inmate.

    There have been questions about the effectiveness of Grant’s counsel at his original trial. His lawyers married each other and got divorced one month before it started. One of them has since been disbarred.

    Jernigan says the state ultimately failed Grant; it shouldn’t also be his executioner.

    “Mr. Grant is extremely remorseful, he’s nearly blind, he’s in his 60’s. He seeks only to live out his days in peace. It’s a peace that has escaped him his entire life due in large part to the subhuman treatment he received as a child at the hands of state actors.”

    If the parole board does recommend clemency for Grant, their suggestion will pass to Gov. Kevin Stitt who has the final say.

    Jernigan says she believes Grant’s case for clemency has a shot with Stitt.

    “I believe so, yes. I believe the governor has appointed some of these board members that he believes to be people of integrity and people of honor and trust. And if they would make a recommendation to the governor, I believe he would honor the recommendation of those he has put in place. I believe the governor himself is someone who would make the right decision to grant mercy.”

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    There's no reason for mercy here. He was a habitual criminal before this grisly murder. Apparently, he is still violent according to an older news story. He should've been executed in 2014 and it's appalling he is now 2 years older than his murder victim who simply was killed for no reason.
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    Blame the stupidity of the ODOC. After the Dennis McGuire fiasco led to a moratorium in Ohio, you’d think Oklahoma and Arizona would have common sense to not use the same combination of drugs for Clayton Lockett and Joseph Wood. In Oklahoma’s case Lockett was the first of the trilogy. Second was executing Charles Warner with the wrong drugs and the final nail was attempting to execute Richard Glossip without any drugs to do it
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    He was already denied clemency previously. It's ridiculous he's getting another one. I hope Oklahoma doesn't become like Ohio and hand out clemency like candy. On another note, it's funny that October 28 is his date once again.
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    3-2 vote unfortunate. Hopefully, further efforts to forestall his execution will fail.

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board denied clemency for death row inmate John Grant.

    Grant has been on death row since 1998 for the killing of an Oklahoma corrections center employee.

    The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board voted 3-2 against clemency Tuesday.

    Barring another late development, Oklahoma will put John Grant to death at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester on Oct. 28. The execution will be the state's first since 2015 after authorities halted Oklahoma's execution program.

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    Parole Board denied clemency 3-2. Absolutely pathetic that 2 members voted to commute this thug.
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    Is this something new that clemency gets decided three weeks before the execution date?

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