Angie Crowley was making her first long trip through Florida on Memorial Day weekend in 1986 and was taking extra care to make sure she’d arrive OK.
The Florida Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that Marshall Lee Gore, accused of killing two women, is indeed sane enough to be executed.
Over thirty years ago, John Errol Ferguson killed eight people. Before committing the multiple murders, Ferguson suffered child abuse, was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic and also survived a bullet to the head. Ahead of his set execution Monday, his lawyers said that he is too ill to be executed, and that Ferguson believes he is “Prince of God” and a victim of a communist plot.
The attorney for John Errol Ferguson, a current inmate on death row for the murder of several people, said that he will ask U.S. Supreme Court to review the case.
The stay of execution for Marshall Lee Gore, the escort service owner convicted of killing two Florida women, has been lifted.
A Miami man who orchestrated a prison van ambush over 20 years ago in an attempt to free a prisoner is scheduled to be executed Wednesday night at Florida State Prison in Starke.
The state of Florida is getting ready for another execution, the second of three executions scheduled within four weeks.
Wednesday, William Van Poyck, 58, of Miami, is scheduled to die by lethal injection at Florida State Prison in Starke.
ORLANDO (CBS Miami/AP) — A man convicted of raping and strangling a 10-year-old girl is set to die by lethal injection at the Florida State Prison in Starke, Wednesday. 56-year-old Elmer Carroll’s last chance at […]
One of the longest-serving inmates on Florida’s death row is scheduled to be executed Wednesday, 32 years after he kidnapped and murdered a 10-year-old girl who was riding her bike to school after a dentist appointment.
A federal appeals court will hear oral arguments in the case of a mass murderer John Errol Ferguson. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit said Friday that it will hear the arguments in Ferguson’s case on Nov. 29.