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Michael Taylor continues to live!
Good Morning Friend,
Wow! By now you may well be aware that Michael Taylor remains among the living, thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court decision last night, ordering a federal appeals court to consider whether
What wonderful news, yet what a helluva horrific (tortuous, “cruel and unusual”) emotional rollercoaster for Michael’s family-- having lived for more than 15 years with a death sentence, then with the uncertainty of how much longer he would live. The Missouri Supreme Court had set 12:01 am, Wednesday as the time he could be executed. State officials had the legal “right” to kill anytime during the day yesterday. There had been several court stays in his execution, until the 6-3 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court late last night, denying a request by Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon’s office to allow state officials to kill Michael. New Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito voted with the majority for the stay.
I went to bed and spend the first hours of this morning, sadly assuming he had been killed. At about 7:00 pm last night I spoke with Bonne Terre prison officials who told me Michael was to be executed at 8:00. I called the
This morning, as I dropped my daughter off at school, some other parents asked me how I was doing. I expressed my sadness about Michael’s violent passing, then got to the office/home and the computer, and learned of the good news. Michael was apparently transferred back to the
You can check on developments and back reports at the Missourinet site http://www.missourideathrow.com/.
Peace and best wishes,
Jeff Stack, coordinator
Mid-MO Fellowship of Reconciliation
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