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The two men were convicted of stabbing to death a 14-year-old girl in Florida has more than 35 years ago, but now we have to do that the other — who faces execution — he is innocent, according to a report in the sun.
The new twist in the case of Shelly Boggio, to whose the May 1985 murder prosecutors say was sexually motivated, according to a long-term Tampa Times reports. She was beaten, stabbed 31 times, and kept under water till they drowned.
The jury found that Jack Pearcy, now a 64-year-olds, and James Dailey, now 73, found guilty of her murder, but in a recent court filing by Pearcy, who is serving a life sentence, saying he was only killed, Say, in the center of madrid.
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Other James Dailey, 73, (left), and Jack Pearcy, which was 64.
Florida Department of Corrections
As they head wound is on death row after the jury that heard his case recommended that he be put to death, and, in September, the Florida Gov. Ron De Santis, signed his death warrant for the Jan. 7.
As they head for the attorneys won a stay of execution to expire Dec. 30, and a DeSantis can be reset, as of the date of each day of the period of time being reported.
Dailey has always denied the killing of a Say.
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“I am innocent,” he told the state’s parole commission, in the year 2015, according to the Times. Jack Pearcy and killed that little girl, but I have no way to prove it.”
Dailey’s lawyer, Joshua Dubin told Fox 13 Tampa last month that his client was convicted on the testimony of three jailhouse snitches, including one with a history of snitching has been the subject of a recent expose by Pro Publica.
However, Andrea Boggio, a cousin of Shelly’s, she told the station, “it was only the two of them. This is just a last-ditch appeal.”
She told me that she liked as they head on to the claim of the presumption of innocence to be “horrible” and “disgusting.”
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“We are all suffering from it,” she said.