FILE – in This undated file photo provided by The Georgia Department of Corrections show; Marion Wilson, Jr. Wilson, who had been sentenced for the murder of an off-duty prison guard in Georgia for more than two decades. The state parole board has delayed making a decision on a clemency hearing for Wilson, who is scheduled to receive a lethal injection on Thursday, the 20th of June, 2019 at the latest. Georgia Department of Corrections via AP File)
ATLANTA, Georgia is preparing to execute a man convicted of killing an off-duty prison guard for more than two decades ago.
Marion Wilson, Jr., it is scheduled to receive a lethal injection on Thursday. Wilson, Robert Earl Butts Jr. have been convicted of murder and sentenced to death in March of 1996, slaying of Donovan Corey Parks. My line was carried out in May of 2018.
The authorities are said to have Butts, and Wilson asked Parks to have a ride outside a wal-mart store in Milledgeville, and then fatally shot him, a short distance away. The couple is stable, then Park the car.
The State Board of Pardons and Paroles held a clemency hearing on Wednesday and said it would release its decision Thursday. The board of directors is the sole authority in Georgia that can commute a death sentence.