Monday will carry out the first federal execution in the UNITED states in 17 years.
It will write to the BBC and CNN.
the Execution of the convicted murderer Daniel Lewis was blocked Friday, as several of the drabsofferets relatives feared to attend the session due to corona infection.
The u.s. government has now decided that the execution be carried out on Monday, since there was no evidence in law that the relatives have a right to witness it.
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In the american legal system can crimes either come for the federal courts on a national level or for state courts, which operate on a regional level.
Specific forms of crime, including the counterfeiting going automatically to federal courts, since it's all about the bride on the us constitution.
1972 was the death penalty at the federal and the state level made public. But in 1976, the death penalty possible once again in a number of states, while in 1988 it was permitted again on a federal level.
78 persons between 1988 and 2018 was sentenced to the death penalty at the federal level, but only three have actually been executed.
62 convicted sitting right now at the federal dødsgang.
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Daniel Lewis, as seen in the photo above the article, by the BBC described as a former racist. But the photos of the man shows that he even has an SS tattoo on his neck. The SS were Adolf Hitler's nazi corps before and during the second world war.
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Handout
He is convicted of having killed and tortured a family of three, before he threw the bodies in a lake.
Originally, he should have been executed in december, but has been repeatedly postponed.
Earlene Peterson, whose daughter, granddaughter and son-in-law was killed by Lee, told last year, that she does not believe that the convicted murderer is to be executed.
- It would be a shame for my daughter that someone must die for her, she said.
Lee's execution is one in four, who have planned to be implemented in July or august. All of the convicted are men, convicted for killing children.