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China News Agency, Houston, January 13th. The US federal government executed the murderer Lisa Montgomery on the 13th. This is the first execution by the federal government in 2021, and the first execution by the federal government on female prisoners since 1953.
The Associated Press reported that the US Federal Prison Service issued a statement stating that Lisa Montgomery was declared dead at 1:31 am Eastern Time on the 13th. He was executed by lethal injection at the Department of Justice Prison in Terre Haute, Indiana.
According to media reports, several federal courts in the United States questioned whether the 52-year-old Montgomery was allowed to be executed. Both the prosecution and the defense have repeatedly called for a turnaround. Finally, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two orders 13 days ago. One was to overturn the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling, and the other was to reject Montgomery’s application for a “stay of execution”.
Montgomery’s lawyer said that the client suffered severe abuse during childhood and suffered from a serious mental illness and should be sentenced to life imprisonment. In this regard, the prosecution accused him of fake mental illness during the trial. The prosecutor stated that Montgomery had learned about the caesarean section before the murder, which was a purposeful and planned homicide.
According to USA Today, Montgomery was convicted of kidnapping and strangling Bobby Justine, who was eight months pregnant, in Missouri in 2007. Montgomery gave the victim a C-section after the murder and took out the fetus. The child survived.
According to Reuters, in July 2020, US President Trump ordered the federal government to resume the death penalty. According to data compiled by the U.S. Death Penalty Information Center, the federal government executed 10 people in 2020. Between 1963 and 2019, the federal government executed three people. According to the agency’s data, less than 4% of the nearly 16,000 prisoners executed in the United States since the 17th century are women. (End)