When John Winfield went on a shooting spree in 1996 in St. Louis County, he killed two women and permanently blinded the mother of his two children.
Winfield faces the death penalty for killing two women in St. Louis County in 1996
The Missouri chapter of the NAACP is vowing to mount its “largest-ever effort” to abolish the death penalty in the state.
An affidavit says John Winfield might have been spared a death sentence if his two attorneys could have gotten along during the penalty phase of his trial.
John Winfield faces execution June 18 for killing two women in St. Louis County in 1996.
A Cole County judge has rejected a Missouri death row inmate’s request to halt his upcoming execution by challenging the state’s refusal to disclose the identity of its drug supplier for lethal injections.
James Watts, 29, allegedly killed two bank employees and wounded another during a hold-up.
The Potosi Correctional Center is investigating a staff member for pledging support for inmate John Winfield’s petition for clemency.
Two inmates at a federal facility in Springfield have been sentenced to death for killing another inmate.
Attorneys for condemned Missouri inmate John Winfield are asking a federal appeals court to halt his execution.