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  • Albert DeSalvo

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Sentences

Sentences forAlvin and Judith Neelley

  • (Alabama resumed executions in 1983.) However, in one of his last official acts as governor, James commuted the death sentence of Judith Ann Neelley to life in prison.Fob James-Wikipedia
  • A governor has commuted only one death sentence since 1976: outgoing Governor Fob James commuted Judith Ann Neelley's death sentence to life in prison without parole in January 1999.Capital punishment in Alabama-Wikipedia
  • Separated from her group, Millican was coerced from the mall's gaming arcade by Alvin and Judith Neelley.Lisa Ann Millican-Wikipedia

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