Spartanburg's Richard Moore elects firing squad for scheduled April 29 execution

Apr 16, 2022 View Original Article
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52% : On Thursday they also filed a federal lawsuit on his behalf stating that execution by electrocution or firing squad violates the Eighth Amendment.
37% : What we know: Death penalty case of Spartanburg County's Richard MooreRead more: Judge denies motion to dismiss civil case for SC death penalty inmatesMoore was sentenced to death on October 22, 2001, after he was convicted for the murder of James Mahoney, 42, at Nikki's Speedy Mart in Spartanburg on Sept. 16, 1999.

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