Missouri has carried out the first execution in the country since the rapid escalation of the coronavirus outbreak in the US.
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A Missouri man has been put to death for fatally stabbing an 81-year-old woman nearly three decades ago, the first U.S. execution since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
The pause in U.S. executions during the coronavirus pandemic likely will end Tuesday with the scheduled lethal injection of a Missouri inmate for slaying an elderly woman nearly three decades ago.
A 64-year-old Missouri man will be put to death Tuesday night. His execution will be the first in the US since March 5 thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
A federal appeals court has cleared the way for a Missouri death row inmate to be executed Tuesday and ordered his petition for post-conviction relief dismissed, despite questions raised about evidence used to convict him.
A Missouri man convicted of killing an 81-year-old mobile home park manager nearly three decades ago now faces execution in May.