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Woman’s killer executed in Florida

On February 23, Donald Dilbeck will be given a lethal injection. | Font: Florida Department of Corrections

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The first execution in Florida since 2019 it has been assigned to February 23, the day when Donald Dilbeck59-year-old convicted of killing a woman in 1990 will receive a lethal injection, according to an order signed by the state’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis.

According to the Florida Supreme Court, Donald Dilbeckescaped from prison, where he was serving a life sentence for the murder of a government official, stabbed to death Faye Vann in the parking lot of a mall in Tallahassee, the state capital, in 1990.

Dilbeck’s execution will be the first in the state of Florida since the execution of Gary Ray Bowles in 2019.

Dillibeck caused the death of Lee County Sheriff Dwight Lynn Hall in the late 1970s, according to court documents.

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Ron DeSantis signed Dillibeck’s death warrant on Monday, the same day he said he wanted Florida to not require a unanimous jury for a death sentence.

This was until 2017, when the Governor of Florida Rick Scottsigned a law harmonizing state law with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that considers it “unconstitutional” for the death penalty to be passed by a simple majority and requires a unanimous jury.

DeSantis said Monday that Nicholas Cruz, who killed 17 students and staff at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland in February 2018, was able to escape the death penalty because the jury failed to reach a unanimous vote.

According to a website dedicated to the death penalty in FloridaSince 1976, 101 convicts have been executed, 323 people, three of them women, are awaiting execution on death row (EFE).


Source: RPP

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