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Topic - Greensville Correctional Center
Greensville Correctional Center is a prison facility located in Jarratt, Virginia and operated by the Virginia Department of Corrections. - Source: Wikipedia
A man who strangled his prison cellmate and made good on a vow to continue killing if he wasn't executed was put to death Wednesday in Virginia's electric chair.
When Robert Gleason Jr. walks into Virginia's death chamber Wednesday night and is strapped into the rarely used electric chair, it will mark the end of a twisted quest to speed his own death.
A Virginia man who raped and suffocated an 88-year-old widow has become the state's first inmate executed using a new drug cocktail.
Teresa Lewis spent the last days before her execution as she had spent one side of her life — singing hymns and praying. That devotion to Christianity, by her own admission, was countered by outrageous bouts of sex and betrayal.
Virginia was moving forward Thursday with its first execution of a woman in nearly a century amid appeals from the European Union and repercussions that reached as far away as Iran.
A man scheduled to be executed Tuesday for killing a Brunswick County convenience-store owner would be the first person put to death in the state since Gov. Timothy M. Kaine lifted a brief moratorium on executions last month.
RICHMOND (AP) — Attorneys for a man scheduled to be executed next week for killing a Brunswick County convenience store owner during a 1998 robbery asked the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday to review the case.