Manuel Valle was executed this month, 33 years after the murder of Coral Gables police officer Luis Pena. He said little in life, but now, is speaking from beyond the grave, in a letter to Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski.
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 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.
Once again, the courts have stepped in to extend the life of a man who has outlived for more than three decades a death sentence for killing a Coral Gable cop. This time, a court has delayed Tuesday’s planned execution of Manuel Valle over a clemency hearing he claims he was denied.
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.
The case of a Florida death row inmate’s challenge over a new drug approved for use in the state’s lethal injection procedure will now go to the Florida Supreme Court.
A hearing in Miami to determine if a new drug approved for use in lethal injections in the state constitutes ‘cruel and unusual punishment has concluded.
A hearing will continue next week in Miami on whether a Manuel Valle should be put to death by lethal injection for the murder of a Coral Gables police officer.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to lift a stay of execution the Florida Supreme Court issued for Manuel Valle.