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Kelly Gissendaner (1968-2015)

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has reported that Kelly Gissendaner was executed by lethal injection at 12:21 a.m., despite pleas from her children, clergy, protesters and Pope Francis, after the Georgia Board of Paroles and Pardons and the U.S. Supreme Court both denied clemency.

From The Atlantic:

Doug Gissendaner’s parents and siblings support her death sentence, but his children asked the parole board not to execute their mother for her role in their father’s murder.

“My dad would not want my mom to be executed, […]

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