JEFFERSON CITY — Death penalty opponents and the attorney for a southeast Missouri man convicted and sentenced to death in a 1994 murder-for-hire plot are asking Gov. Jay Nixon to stop what would be the state's first execution in nearly two years.
Opponents of death penalty seek Gov. Nixon intervention
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