Gary Sampson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to death in the 2001 carjackings and killings of two Massachusetts men but that sentence was overturned in 2011.
There’s nothing reasonable about the continuing effort to deny Sampson his well-deserved date with lethal injection.
A court hearing is scheduled Tuesday in the case of Gary Lee Sampson, a convicted killer from Massachusetts who faces a second trial on whether he should receive the federal death penalty.
A federal appeals court confirmed the decision to throw out the death penalty sentence against Gary Lee Sampson, who pleaded guilty to killing two people in Massachusetts.
Federal prosecutors in the upcoming racketeering trial of reputed gangster James “Whitey” Bulger want to do criminal background checks on potential jurors.
Gary Sampson’s Death Penalty Verdict On Hold
The one man who escaped Gary Sampson’s murder spree ten years ago believes the decision to grant Sampson a new sentencing trial is wrong.
The juror who lied during jury selection is the one who the families should be angry at, not Judge Wolf.
A federal judge threw out the death penalty against admitted killer Gary Sampson Thursday and ordered a new trial.
As a federal judge began hearing arguments Monday in a request for a new trial from a man who was sentenced to death after killing three people, the son of one of his victims said […]