What's the status of Louisiana's death row these days... seems like everything is on hold. While I admit her attorney did a poor job of presenting mitigation during the penalty phase (such as childhood abuse and mental health issues), it was only b/c Frank refused to allow him to present it.
I wrote to Frank out of curiosity, to see if she had any remorse for her crimes. Of course she doesn't, blaming it all on "injustice in the American justice system." She made no mention of her victims, but tried to act, in her letter, like the nicest, sweetest person on the planet: "I care about people for what they have on the inside," etc. It was pretty sick, actually.
If Louisiana ever gets its act together, I would imagine she'd be one of the first to be executed, given the notoriety of the crime, the cold-blooded nature of it, the fact she was a cop, and the fact that the jury found her guilty in 15 mins and imposed death in less than an hour.