Kim Kardashian Mourns Dying Row Inmate Nathaniel Woods as He Is Executed Regardless of Makes an attempt to Save Him

Kim Kardashian Mourns Death Row Inmate Nathaniel Woods as He Is Executed Despite Attempts to Save Him

Kim Kardashian West is mourning the execution demise of an Alabama man — convicted of fatally capturing three cops — regardless of last-minute makes an attempt to save lots of his life.

On Thursday, as Nathaniel Woods was being executed Kardashian West, 39, expressed her disappointment within the prison justice system.

“Nate will die for against the law one other man confessed to and says Nate had nothing to do with. My coronary heart and prayers are with Nate and his household and all of the advocates who labored tirelessly to save lots of his life,” Kardashian West tweeted.

Kardashian West later adopted up with a further tweet writing, “RIP Nathaniel Woods.”

Woods was convicted of capital homicide and sentenced to demise for the June 17, 2004 homicide of Birmingham cops Carlos Owen, Harley Chisolm and Charles Bennett, the Related Press reported.

Woods and his roommate Kerry Spencer had been dealing crack cocaine at their dwelling when the officers tried to serve an arrest warrant and had been then all gunned down, AP reported.

Though Spencer pulled the set off, prosecutors say Woods got here up with the concept to ambush and homicide the officers, AP reported.

Nevertheless, Woods’ legal professional and members of his household argued that he didn’t deserve the tough sentence as he didn’t hearth the weapon and Spencer had confessed to the crime, The Hill reported.

Spencer was additionally sentenced to demise.

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It had appeared like Woods would get the reprieve so many had been hoping for when earlier on Thursday Supreme Courtroom Justice Clarence Thomas signed a keep of execution order, which detailed that Woods’ execution wouldn’t proceed “pending additional order of the undersigned or of the Courtroom,” The Hill reported.

Nevertheless, shortly after Thomas submitted the order, the Supreme Courtroom denied to additional evaluate Woods’ case and the keep was lifted.



The Supreme Courtroom’s resolution comes after Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey introduced she had no plans to cease the execution.

Kardashian West shared a duplicate of Ivey’s letter, which the governor issued after reviewing a request to reprieve the demise sentence.

“The court docket has lifted the short-term keep of execution for #NathanielWoods. The governor will NOT save his life. My coronary heart and prayers are with Nate and his household. This can be a tragic instance of injustice within the system — in a couple of minutes Nate might die for against the law he didn’t commit,” Kardashian Tweeted alongside a duplicate of Ivey’s letter.

“Governor Ivey has rigorously reviewed the letter you submitted on behalf of Nathaniel Woods dated March 3, 2020 requesting a reprieve of demise sentence. Governor Ivey doesn’t presently intend to train her powers of commutation or reprieve on this case,” the letter, which was addressed to a Ms. Faraino reads.


“Whereas Governor Ivey reserves the fitting to grant clemency at any time earlier than an execution is carried out, she has decided, primarily based on her evaluate of the entire file, together with issues introduced in your letter, that clemency for Mr. Woods at this hour is unwarranted.”

Woods was killed by deadly injection on the William C. Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, ABC Information reported. He was pronounced lifeless at 9:01 p.m. native time.


For his ultimate meal, Woods requested candy potatoes, spinach, hen patty, hen leg quarter, cooked apples, fries, two oranges and an orange-flavored drink, the Alabama Division of Corrections stated in an announcement obtained by ABC Information. He took just one chunk.

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Activist Martin Luther King III has additionally spoken out tweeting, “Within the case of Nathaniel Woods, the actions of the U.S. Supreme Courtroom and the Governor of the State of Alabama are reprehensible, and have probably contributed to an irreversible injustice. It makes a mockery of justice and constitutional ensures to a good trial.”