Georgia’s Pardons and Parole Board says that it will meet this morning at 11 am to consider a new request from Gissendaner, including “supplemental information.”
Kelly Gissendaner, scheduled to be executed first in February, and then last night, has seen her execution postponed once more. The Episcopal Café reported over the weekend on Gissendaner’s
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