On Tuesday night, the Supreme Court reversed two rulings from federal appeals court, permitting the execution of a woman convicted of strangling a young woman eight-months pregnant and slicing the baby from her womb in order to convince others she had a baby.
Lisa Montgomery, 52, became the first woman executed by the federal government in 67 years early Wednesday. She was executed by lethal injection at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. https://t.co/4k54okKv6Q
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The family of Stinnett, pictured below, expressed their desire to remain private.
Earlier this evening prison officials in Terre Haute announced the family of #BobbieJoStinnett will not speak or provide a written statement to the media.
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— Brooke Lennington (@BrookeKSNT) January 13, 2021
Lisa Montgomery, 52, became the the first woman to be