A Florida man convicted of murdering an Ohio mother and her two daughters before tossing them in Tampa Bay, has been executed.
Governor Rick Scott signed the death warrant for a man convicted of murdering an Ohio mother and her two daughters and tossing their bodies in Tampa Bay.
Manuel Valle, the man convicted of the 1978 shooting death of a Coral Gables Police officer has been executed by the State of Florida.
A man convicted of killing a Coral Cables police officer more than three decades ago is scheduled to be put to death Wednesday afternoon.
A neurologist from England has filed an emergency petition with the Florida Supreme Court to stop the scheduled execution Wednesday of Manuel Valle.
Death row inmate Manuel Valle, 61, has asked for the U.S. Supreme Court to issue him a stay of execution.
The state has set the execution date of a man who killed a Coral Gables police officer more than three decades ago.
The courts have cleared the way for the state of Florida to execute a man who has outlived for more than three decades a death sentence for a killing a Coral Gables police officer.
A man convicted of killing a Coral Gables police officer in 1978 is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court to stay his Sept. 6 execution.
Sixty-one-year-old Manuel Valle is headed for a state execution chamber next month after the Florida Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the state’s new drug used in lethal injections is constitutional.