Dole Chadee (born Nankissoon Boodram) ( executed June 4, 1999) was a drug lord and convicted murderer. His base of operation was in Piparo, Trinidad and Tobago. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dole Chadee"
Donald Beardslee ( May 13, 1943 – January 19, 2005) was a U.S. murderer executed by means of a lethal injection in San Quentin State Prison, California. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Beardslee"
Earle Nelson (died January 13, 1928) was an American serial killer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Earle Nelson"
Edward Leonski ( 1918 - 1942) was a serial killer who committed his crimes in Australia, although Leonski himself was American. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eddie Leonski"
Edward Earl Johnson ( 1961 – May 20, 1987) was an African American convicted murderer executed by the U.S. state of Mississippi. He was convicted of the murder of white policeman, J.T. Trest and the rape of a sixty years old white woman. Throughout his 8 years on " Death Row" he continued to plead his innocence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward Earl Johnson"
Edward Ernest Hartman ( August 25 1964 – October 3 2003) was convicted of the 1993 murder of Herman Smith, Jr. and was executed in 2003 by the State of North Carolina at Central Prison in Raleigh, North Carolina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward Hartman"
Elias Hanna Syriani ( January 7, 1938 – November 18, 2005) was a convicted murderer executed by the U.S. state of North Carolina by lethal injection. He was convicted of the July 28, 1990 murder of his wife, Teresa Yousef Syriani, in Charlotte, North Carolina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elias Syriani" If you like you could tell us your opinion about http://www.shortopedia.com Executed_murderers
Eligiusz Niewiadomski ( 1869 - January 31, 1923), was a Polish modernist painter and art critic, who belonged to the right-wing National Democratic Party in renascent Poland in the early 20th century. He is famous for his assasination of Poland's first President Gabriel Narutowicz in 1922. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eligiusz Niewiadomski"
Elmo Patrick Sonnier ( 1949- April 5, 1984) was a convicted murderer and rapist who was executed by electrocution at Angola Penitentiay in Louisiana on April 5, 1984. Sonnier, a troubled youth with a past riddled in criminal activity, received along with his brother Eddie James Sonnier a sentence of death by a jury of his peers on April 25, 1978 for the November 5, 1977 rape and murder of Loretta Ann Bourque, 18, and the murder of David LeBlanc, 16. Sonnier's plight on Louisiana's Death Row attracted the attention of anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean, and became the first of many death row inmates to receive her counsel. He also became the subject of Prejean's best-selling book Dead Man Walking. The book was also adapted to the big screen with the Academy-Award winning film of the same name, and was loosely based on Patrick Sonnier. The part of Helen Prejean was played by Susan Sarandon, who earned the Academy Award for 'Best actress in a leading role' for this performance. Sean Penn portrayed the Patrick Sonnier-inspired character of "Matthew Poncelet," and earned an Academy Award nomination for his performance. The film version was directed by known anti-death penalty activist Tim Robbins. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elmo Patrick Sonnier"
Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss was a hitman working for the criminal organisation Murder Inc during the 1930s and 1940s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emanuel Weiss"
Eric Edgar Cooke was the last person to be hanged in Western Australia. He is said to have killed at least seven people indiscriminately in 1963, and was finally convicted of murder (for just one killing, that of John Lindsay Sturkey) and sentenced to death 28 November, 1963, by the Perth Supreme Court. He was executed 26 October, 1964, at Fremantle Prison. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Edgar Cooke"
Eric Randall Nance ( January 1 1960– November 28, 2005) was a murderer executed in Arkansas by lethal injection. He was convicted of the October 1993 murder of 18-year-old Julie Heath, on U.S. Highway 270 between Malvern to Hot Springs, Arkansas. It was the first execution by the state of Arkansas since Charles Singleton on 6 January 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Nance"
Ernest West Basden ( November 18, 1952 – December 6, 2002) was convicted of the 1992 murder of Billy Carlyle White and in 2002 was executed by the State of North Carolina at the Central Prison in Raleigh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ernest West Basden"
Eugene Weidmann ( February 5, 1908– June 17, 1939) was the last person to be publicly executed in France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eugene Weidmann" Tell your friends about shortopedia
Frances Elaine Newton ( April 12, 1965 – September 14, 2005) was an African American woman executed by lethal injection in the state of Texas for the April 7, 1987 murder of her husband, Adrian, 23, her son, Alton, 7, and daughter, Farrah, 21 months. She became the first African American woman officialy executed by the state of Texas since a slave named Lucy was hanged March 5, 1858 in Galveston County for murder. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frances Newton"
Frank Abbandando ( 1910 – February 19, 1942) was a New York City gangster and Mafia hitman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frank Abbandando"
Fritz Haarmann ( 1879 – April 15, 1925) was a notorious serial killer born in Hannover, Germany. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fritz Haarmann"
Gary Mark Gilmore ( December 4, 1940 – January 17, 1977) was a career criminal who was the first person legally executed in the United States after the death penalty was reinstated in 1976. Gilmore was convicted of killing Ben Bushnell, a motel manager, in Provo, Utah on July 20, 1976; he had also been charged with murdering a gas station employee in Orem, Utah, the previous day, but that case never went to trial apparently because there were no witnesses to the first killing. Gilmore's trial was held from October 5 to October 7, 1976 which he was quickly convicted of the murder, mostly because there was no defense on his part. The jury also recommended the death penalty for Gilmore due to the special circumstances to the crime. Because Utah then had two methods of execution, firing squad or death by hanging, Gilmore was given a choice, in which he replied, "I'd prefer to be shot." ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Gilmore"
Gary Lee Davis ( 1944 - 13 October 1997) was a convicted murder and rapist who was executed by the U.S. state of Colorado in 1997. He is the first person to have been subject to the death penalty in Colorado since the 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Lee Davis"
Gary Lee Roll (born 1953, died August 30, 2000) was executed by lethal injection in the state of Missouri. He was convicted of the murders of 3 members of the Sheper family in Cape Girardeau, Missouri during a robbery in 1992. Roll shot the mother and one son with his pistol and another the other stabbed with a hunting knife. The robbers made off with approx 12 ounces of marijuana and $214 cash. A taped conversation where Roll admitted to the murders was turned into police by an accomplice. He was arrested in November 1992, plead guilty of all counts, and was sentenced to death in November 1993. His attorneys filed few appeals of his sentance and he did not actively seek to avoid his death sentance. He reportedly had chronic jaw pain since an injury incurred while serving in the United States military and was healing from breaking his leg after a fall from his roof and consumed recreational drugs to lessen the pain. Roll was reportedly under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and 4 to 6 "hits" of LSD at the time of his crimes. It has been theorized that when faced with a decision between life in prison with pain and no drugs and death, Roll preferred his death sentance. He was executed on his originally scheduled date of August 30, 2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Lee Roll"
Warning: This article contains graphic and possibly disturbing details about Gary Heidnik's murders. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary M. Heidnik"
Gee Jon was the first person in the United States to be executed by lethal gas, at Nevada State Prison on February 8, 1924. He was born in China, but spent most of his life in San Francisco's Chinatown. He was 29 when he died. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gee Jon"
Gilles de Rais (also spelled Retz) (autumn of 1404 – October 26, 1440) was a French serial killer, aristocrat, soldier, and at one time, a national hero. He was later convicted of torturing, raping and murdering hundreds of children; along with Erzsébet Báthory, another sadistic aristocrat acting more than a century later, he is considered to be a precursor to the modern serial killer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gilles de Rais"
Giuseppe Zangara ( September 7 1900 – March 20 1933) fired upon the United States President-elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1933. ...more on Wikipedia about "Giuseppe Zangara"
Gregory "Scott" Johnson was legally executed for murder in 2005 for having beaten and stomped his 82-year-old neighbor, Ruby Hutslar, to death in 1985. He set her house on fire in an attempt to conceal his crime. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gregory Scott Johnson"
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