Hear the latest Death Penalty audio from kmbz.com
The true story of a wrongfully executed man who was convicted of murdering and raping an elderly nun.
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with guest Jessie Quackenbush about his documentary The Last Word - about a 17 year-old retarded boy who was charged with, conviceted of, and executed for a murder he didn't commit. Jessie talks about the case, the corruption that allowed all of this to happen, and the aftermath which produced the evidence that proved an innocent man had been executed. 9/14/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Murder case where nobody had a lot of experience and or the death penalty came back in 76. Years. And join different industries are there were a lot of lawyers out there are actually able to
The Beatles & Elvis Presley - the pop culture of it all
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson welcome the BBC's Spencer Leigh to talk about the recently passed 40th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. How did Elvis impact the world of music and the world in general. Also, were the Beatles the greatest band to ever exist and what did they do to change history? 9/6/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Missouri man to die for 1998 murders of woman, her children
and federal courts to spare his life a day before his scheduled execution . Mark Christeson is set for lethal injection at 6 p.m. Tuesday. If carried out, the execution will be Missouri's first since May. Among the issues raised in
Triple Homicide Update
NEWTON, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas prosecutor says the death penalty "is on the table" in the case of two people who investigators say fled to Mexico as suspects in a triple homicide last October
Ayers pleads guilty to slaying KCK officer
Speedway in May of 2016. As part of a plea bargain, Ayres pled guilty to the murder and prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty in the case. Jamaal Lewis was expected in court today as well, with an expectation that he would be changing his plea
Ayres pleads guilty to slaying KCK officer
Kansas City, KS - Curtis Ayres, 29, pled guilty today in a Wyandotte County courtroom to killing police Detective Brad Lancaster near the Speedway in May of 2016. As part of a plea bargain, Ayres pled guilty to the murder and prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty in the case. Jamaal ...
Education groups want Kansas Supreme Court justices retained
want them replaced because of controversial rulings involving school financing and for using technicalities to overturn death sentences for Jonathan and Reginal Carr, two brothers who robbed, tortured and executed people in a crime spree in Wichita in 2000