John Waldrip Case

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A new trial was ordered and Evans was expected to testify at the next trial. Two days before his retrial, John Waldrip threatened another man who was to testify against him, and then that evening, the two Waldrips and Livingston intercepted Evans as the was driving home from work. Evans’ truck was forced off the road and John Waldrip fired through the windshield. Then John Waldrip and his uncle, Livingston, drove off in the truck. Then Evens, was beaten to death by John Waldrip and was buried in a shallow grave.
In the cases of Tommy Waldrip he was granted clemency mainly because his sentence was not proportional to the others convicted of the same crime. If Howard Livingston and John Waldrip were also sentenced to death Tommy Waldrip would more likely not been granted clemency. Even thought Tommy Waldrip will not be executed by the state anymore he still got the harsher punishment, because her is now sentenced to life without the possibility of parole as Howard Livingston and John Waldrip could be out on parole in the future.
Percy Walton
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Governor Kaine commuted Percy Walton’s death sentence to life in prison without parole, because of his serious mental illness that rendered him incompetent to be executed. The governor said that Walton was not cognizant of his impending execution and the reasoning for it. Governor Kaine had stayed Walton’s execution twice to better evaluate his mental condition and competency. In a further investigation of Percy Walton it is said that he only has an IQ of 66. Governor Kaine said that he also considered other factors such as his age, 18, at the time of the crime and evidence of mental

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