Category Archives: death penalty USA

Twenty Wasted Years

Today, November 10 2014, is a significant landmark for Willie Jerome Manning: on this day it is twenty years since he first entered Mississippi’s death row. When he was taken onto death row the first official White House website had just … Continue reading

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‘Prosecutors hid evidence of innocence’

‘Death row inmate: Prosecutors hid evidence of innocence’, headlines this week’s Clarion Ledger article about the case of Jeffrey Havard, who is held alongside Willie on the Parchman death row. Havard is convicted of inflicting sexual abuse on a baby girl … Continue reading

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Brookville Garden Case: Oral Argument Permitted

The Mississippi Supreme Court has announced that it will allow oral argument in Willie Jerome Manning’s 1993 case involving the murder of two elderly ladies, Emmoline Jimmerson and Alberta Jordan (the Brookville Garden case). The oral argument is scheduled for Monday, October … Continue reading

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Death Penalty Delays Unconstitutional

Last month Judge Cormac J. Carney  in California ruled that the death penalty as applied in that state is unconstitutional. His ruling lifted a sentence of death from Ernest Dewayne Jones on the grounds that whether or not he was executed: … Continue reading

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Watch Documentary Clips on Willie’s New Webpage

If you missed the Al Jazeera America documentary featuring Willie Manning (episode 3 of the series, The System), you now have a chance to watch parts of it on the recently created website, SAVE Innocents on death row in the … Continue reading

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