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    Jeffery William Paul - Federal Death Row


    Jeffery William Paul


    Summary of Offense:

    Paul was convicted of murder, while aiding and abetting another, for the killing of 82-year-old Sherman Williams at the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. According to evidence adduced at trial, on June 22, 1995, Paul and an acquaintance, Trinity Ingle, followed Williams from downtown Hot Springs to a walking trail in the National Park, where they first robbed and beat Williams, and then shot him in the head and shoulder. Paul and Ingle attempted to hide the body by dragging it away from the trail. Four days later, a hiker found Williamsís body under logs and rocks, with hands and ankles bound by duct tape.

    Paul was sentenced to death in 1997.

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    Obama in unchartered waters over 1st execution under his administration

    On Wednesday, the Bureau of Prisons gave notice to a federal judge that it intends to set an execution date for Jeffery Paul, who was convicted in 1997 and sentenced to death for the robbery-murder of an 82-year-old National Park Service employee, Sherman Williams, on federal land in Hot Springs, Arkansas, in 1995.

    According to Politico, plans for the execution were disclosed by Justice Department lawyers in a lawsuit pending in Washington over federal lethal injection procedures.

    Three executions took place in the federal system under President George W. Bush, including that of Oklahoma City federal building bomber Timothy McVeigh in 2001, and the last execution was in March 2003.

    However, unlike his two most recent predecessors, Obama never had involvement before he became President with carrying out the death penalty or handing requests for clemency. However, he did work on reforms to state death penalty laws in Illinois while he was a state legislator there, the report said.

    When he was still a candidate for president, Obama had said he supported the death penalty in the case of "heinous" crimes.

    "I have said repeatedly that I think that the death penalty should be applied in very narrow circumstances, for the most egregious of crimes," Obama said when criticizing a Supreme Court decision that rejected death sentences for child rape.

    http://news.oneindia.in/2010/12/24/o...ion-under.html

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    On August 20, 2013, Paul filed a habeas petition in Federal District Court.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/ind...cv00304/48396/

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    On March 27, 2014, Paul filed an appeal before the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/cir...ts/ca7/14-1652

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    Federal death row inmate wins stay

    A death row inmate once slated to be the 1st person executed by the federal government on President Barack Obama's watch has won an indefinite stay of execution from a federal judge.

    Jeffery Paul, 37, obtained the order Thursday from U.S. District Court Judge Richard Roberts after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled in January that he was wrong to refuse Paul's request to join a pending lawsuit in which 3 other death row prisoners have challenged the federal government's lethal injection protocol. Those 3 prisoners are covered by a similar order barring their execution while the litigation proceeds.

    An attorney for Paul welcomed the judge's new order.

    "We were gratified that the Court of Appeals gave Mr. Paul a chance to vindicate his rights by joining the lawsuit, and it is equally gratifying to learn that his execution will be stayed so that he can pursue the case to its conclusion," Keith Rosen of Chadbourne & Parke said Thursday.

    In 2010, the federal Bureau of Prisons revealed plans to move forward with the execution of Paul, who was convicted in 1997 and sentenced to death for the robbery-murder 2 years earlier of 82-year-old retired National Park Service employee Sherman Williams on federal land in Hot Springs, Ark.

    However, in 2011, the Justice Department announced that all federal executions were on hold so the Bureau of Prisons could revise execution procedures as a result of a shortage of a drug commonly used for lethal injections: sodium thiopental. The new procedures have still not been published or approved, but government lawyers said in a court filing this week that federal officials "are in the final phases of finalizing the protocol."

    The last federal execution took place in March 2003. While no U.S. prisoner has been executed under Obama, 3 executions were carried out in the federal system under President George W. Bush, including that of Oklahoma City federal building bomber Timothy McVeigh. Before McVeigh was put to death in 2001 at the federal death row complex in Terre Haute, Ind., the federal government went almost 4 decades without conducting an execution.

    During his 1st presidential campaign, Obama said he supported the death penalty in the case of "heinous" crimes. "I have said repeatedly that I think that the death penalty should be applied in very narrow circumstances, for the most egregious crimes," Obama said when criticizing a 2008 Supreme Court decision that barred death sentences for child rape.

    There are presently 59 people on federal death row in the civilian system and 5 in the military, according to the Death Penalty Information Center, an anti-capital punishment group. As of last year, the group tallied 3095 people on death row in the U.S., with the vast majority in state custody.

    (Source: politico.com)
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