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  1. Oct 23, 2019 · It’s a “very important case for Argentina,” said Gabriela Quinteros of its foreign ministry, noting it’s “the only case of an Argentine being condemned to death and being on death row for so many years, more than twenty years.” The justices could decide in the coming weeks to add Saldaño’s appeal to its docket this term.

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  2. Apr 29, 2020 · Ronald Gray. In 1986 and 1987, then-Specialist Ronald Gray was a cook stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., when he committed the series of crimes that landed him on the military’s death row. Gray raped and murdered four women, both on Fort Bragg and in the area around nearby Fayetteville. He was sentenced to death in 1988 and his execution was ...

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  4. Dec 31, 2020 · The only woman on federal death row was set to be executed by lethal injection on Jan. 12, but Lisa Montgomery, 52, got a brief reprieve when, on Christmas Eve, a federal court pushed the date back.

  5. Dec 27, 2016 · Share story. A look at the six inmates on U.S. military death row at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, according to the Death Penalty Information Center. A federal judge in Kansas lifted a stay of ...

  6. Murder of Miki Martinez and Darren Wormkey in February 2004. 16 years, 84 days (first sentence; overturned) 6 years, 304 days (second sentence) After the Kansas Supreme Court overturned his death sentence, the United States Supreme Court reinstated it on January 20, 2016. James Kraig Kahler.

  7. Apr 14, 2019 · The United States presented on April 12 to Argentina its fourth and final installment of the Declassification Process on human rights abuses made during the military dictatorship in Argentina from 1976 to 1983, in documents that reveal some of the most horrific acts and crimes carried out by the Argentine rulers at the time which had received the full support of the United States government ...