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Alabama, performed the controversial death sentence of Nathaniel Woods: it was always declared innocent
the WASHINGTON - In 2004, was accused of having killed three agents. Today, the state of Alabama has executed a death sentence with a lethal injection of Nathaniel Woods , 44 years. The governor Kay Yvey refused to stop the execution, and the Supreme Court has denied the suspension after a short stop temporary during which there were many to pray for you to save.

Before dying Woods has not wanted to release a final statement. Is dead at 21,01 local time, has confirmed in a note the Department of the penitentiary of the State.

The case of the Woods had caused a massive mobilization of activists who had involved celebrities such as Kim Kardashian or Martin Luther King III , to prevent the controversial death sentence of a man "possibly innocent".

Woods was accused of being the "mastermind" of the murder of the three agents, lured into an ambush in a house in Birmingham, where they had attempted to arrest him for crimes related to the drug. It had not been him to press the trigger but it is the same was considered as guilty as the perpetrator, Kerry Spencer , had called him "the innocent 100%" in a recent letter sent to the u.s. media. "I know this is a fact because I am the person who shot and killed all three cops", he had written to Spencer.

Woods had always declared himself innocent. The verdict of guilty had been expressed in the 2015 from 10 jurors on the 12. Alabama is the only state in the United States that does not require a unanimous verdict to impose the death penalty. The death sentence, Woods is the fifth carried out this year in the United States.

Prior to the sentencing Kardashian, known for her commitment against the death penalty, she wrote in a tweet that Woods would have been executed in Alabama for a murder he did NOT commit".

The celebrity was drive to the mobilization of about 120,000 people who had asked the governor of Alabama, Kay Ivey, to suspend the sentence. Among the activists involved in the campaign, Martin Luther King III , the eldest of the children still in the life of civil rights activist. "Are you willing to allow the execution of a man potentially innocent?", he had asked in a letter sent to the governor and posted on Twitter.

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