Stacey Eugene Johnson - AR - 11/3/15 - Stayed

Started by Moh, February 17, 2010, 05:07:06 AM

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Elric of Melnibone

How about we execute him for the evil he did and the judge who is trying to legislate from the bench can do the funeral?
You can lead an ass to water and if you fight long and hard, you can make it drink.  But at the end of the day, after all the fighting, it is still an ass.

Banned from PTO 3 times so far for life.

heidi salazar

How about we execute the guilty and impose a hefty fine against the judge for impeding justice?

Elric of Melnibone

Works for me.  Better still, he has to pay Judge Keller's fine.  That is $99,999.98 too much.
You can lead an ass to water and if you fight long and hard, you can make it drink.  But at the end of the day, after all the fighting, it is still an ass.

Banned from PTO 3 times so far for life.

Jeff1857

Johnson was Denied Cert in today's US Supreme Court's Orders/Opinions.

justice in the U.S.

I went to school with Stacey Johnson. Even back then he was a bully to alot of people and hopefully one of these days his time will come.

v1976ra


I went to school with Stacey Johnson. Even back then he was a bully to alot of people and hopefully one of these days his time will come.


Welcome and thanks for the insight. It's always interesting to hear first hand accounts from people who have known these scumbags first hand. I join you in hoping that he will get his day, the sooner the better.  :)

Grinning Grim Reaper

The other executions are set for November 3, December 14 and January 14 of 2016.
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

Grinning Grim Reaper

On death row, clemency asked

Board sets Oct. 15 hearing

By Jeannie Roberts 

This article was published today at 2:38 a.m.

A death-row inmate, scheduled to be executed in November, has requested executive clemency, a state Parole Board official said Thursday.

Stacey Johnson, 45, filed the request Wednesday. Granting the request can mean either total forgiveness for the crime or a reduction of the criminal penalty, said Parole Board administrator Solomon Graves.

Johnson and Terrick Nooner, 44, are scheduled to die by lethal injection Nov. 3. Nooner had not requested clemency as of late Thursday, but has until noon Monday to do so, Graves said.

The Parole Board will hold a clemency hearing with Johnson at the Arkansas Department of Correction's Varner unit in Gould at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 15. The second part of the hearing -- which includes the state's objection to the clemency as well as victim-impact testimony -- will be at 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Parole Board's office in Little Rock.

The Parole Board will consider the application and the testimony, then make a recommendation to Gov. Asa Hutchinson to either grant the clemency or deny it. The governor is not obligated to follow the board's decision.

Death-row inmates Bruce Ward, 58, and Don Davis, 52 -- who are set to die by lethal injection Oct. 21 -- did not submit clemency requests by the Sept. 21 deadline, Graves said.  :P

Besides Johnson, Nooner, Ward and Davis, inmates Marcel Williams and Jack Jones Jr. are scheduled to be executed Dec. 14 and Jason McGehee and Kenneth Williams are scheduled to die Jan. 14. All eight have exhausted all standard appeals. Williams and Jones have until Nov. 3 to request clemency and McGehee and Williams have until Dec. 4 to request it.

Last week, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined Ward's request for a review of his death-sentence case.  :D

A lawsuit filed in June in Pulaski County Circuit Court by all eight men asking the prison system to disclose the source of its execution drugs is pending. Jeff Rosenzweig, an attorney for all eight men, has said that he will ask the court to delay the executions.

www.arkansasonline.com
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

Grinning Grim Reaper

The Latest: Arkansas inmates' executions set for April

Associated Press
 
February 27, 2017 -- 2:30pm
 
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Arkansas' governor has scheduled eight executions over four days in April.

Stacey Eugene Johnson is scheduled for execution on April 20.

Hutchinson set the dates just days after the state's attorney general told him the inmates had exhausted their appeals.

The state lacks one of the three drugs needed to put the men to death, but Hutchinson's office said it's confident the state will find a new supply.

Arkansas hasn't executed a death row inmate since 2005.

www.minneapolisstar.com
Vengence is mine saith the Lord...who are we to question the instruments used to carry it out?

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