FIRST US MILITARY EXECUTION IN 50YRS AWAITS

Posted on December 29, 2016

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AL: “A former Fort Bragg soldier convicted of murder and rape could be the first person executed by the U.S. military in more than 50 years.”

Last week, a federal court rejected an order that placed a hold on the execution of Ronald Gray, The Fayetteville Observer reported. In 1988, a military court found Gray guilty of two murders and five separate rapes that took place while he was stationed at the North Carolina military base. He pleaded guilty in civilian court to two more murders and five separate rapes.”

There are 5 others on the military death row, maybe a name you might be surprised that is not there.

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AL.com: Former U.S. Army soldier could be military’s first execution since 1961

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