Oklahoma inmate James Coddington will be executed this week

DO YOU WANT TO HEAR IT? IT HAS BEEN OVER THREE WEEKS SINCE THE STATE PARDON AND PAROLE BOARD RECOMMENDED CLEMENCY FOR DEATH ROW INMATE JAMES CODDINGTON, BUT ONLY GOVERNOR KEVIN STITT CAN GIVE IT NOW, WE’RE JUST THREE DAYS AWAY. THIS IS AUDREY. GOODSON IS LIVE AT THE STATE CAPITOL THIS MORNING WITH AUDREY NEXT. GOOD MORNING, GUYS, IT WAS JUST THREE AND A HALF WEEKS AGO FOR THE STATE PARDON AND PAROLE BOARD TO RECOMMEND CLEMENCY FOR JAMES COTTINGTON. NOW THE QUESTION IS WILL GOVERNOR CLEMENCY CODDINGTON AND HIS LAWYER TRUST THAT HE IS A CHANGED PERSON. NOT THE SAME ADDICT WHO TOOK ALBERT HALE’S LIFE IN 1997 FOR DRUG MONEY. A TRANSFORMATION LIVES ON DEATH ROW. THIS CHANGE REVEALED HIS INHERENT GOODNESS. THERE IS NO DAY WITHOUT A DOUBT. THERE IS NO DOUBT IN ALL THAT JAMES DID A BAD DEED. BUT HIS ENTIRE LIFE SHOWS THAT HE IS NOT A MONSTER. JUST LAST WEEK THE GOVERNOR JUST GRANTED A STAY OF EXECUTION FOR ANOTHER INMATE SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER RICHARD GLOSSOP THESE EXECUTIONS SCHEDULED AFTER THE TRIAL RETURNS IN MARCH MORNING THE MEDICAL RULING WAS DOWN THAT IS NOT OKAY DISCLAIMING THAT EVENT, THAT MADE THE MEDITIONAL DECISION THAT YOU ARE DISCLAIMING THE EVENT OF CONSCIENCE OF THE END. RANGE MEETINGS. THAT MOVES SET TO START THIS THURSDAY WITH THE ASSASSINATION OF JAMES COTTINGTON UNLESS OF COURSE THE GOVERNOR DECIDES TO RECOMMEND CLEMENCY BEFORE THURSDAY. THE STATE HAS SCHEDULED AT LEAST ONE EXECUTION EVERY MONTH THROUGH JANUARY

Oklahoma death row inmate James Coddington will be hanged this week

The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommended clemency for him about three weeks ago, but Gov. Only Kevin Stitt can provide that.

Oklahoma death row inmate James Coddington is scheduled to be executed this week. | MORE | Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommends clemency for James CoddingtonThe Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommended clemency for him about three weeks ago, but Gov. Only Kevin Stitt can provide that. Coddington and his attorney argued that he is a changed man and not the same addict who killed Albert Hale in 1997 over drug money. “James has lived a life of change on death row,” said Coddington’s attorney Emma Rolls. ” This transformation revealed his natural goodness. There is no doubt that James did a terrible deed, but the whole of his life shows that he was not a monster.”| MORE | OCU law professor James Coddington addresses clemency recommendation Last week, Stitt granted a stay of execution for Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip. His execution was originally scheduled for September. Executions in Oklahoma are set to resume after a judge ruled in March that the state’s execution method does not violate the constitutional rights of death row inmates. The first execution since then is scheduled for Thursday with Coddington unless Stitt intervenes and grants clemency. The state has scheduled at least one execution per month through January.

Oklahoma death row inmate James Coddington is scheduled to be executed this week.

| MORE | The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommends clemency for James Coddington

The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board recommended clemency for him about three weeks ago, but Gov. Only Kevin Stitt can provide that.

Coddington and his attorney argued that he was a changed man and not the same addict who killed Albert Hale in 1997 over drug money.

“James lived a life of change on death row,” Coddington’s lawyer Emma Rolls said. ” This change revealed his natural goodness. There is no doubt that James committed a terrible deed, but the whole of his life shows that he was not a monster.”

| MORE | OCU law professor addresses James Coddington’s clemency recommendation

Last week, Stitt granted a stay of execution for Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip. His execution was originally scheduled for September.

Executions in Oklahoma are set to resume after a judge ruled in March that the state’s execution method does not violate the constitutional rights of death row inmates. The first execution since then is scheduled for Thursday with Coddington unless Stitt intervenes and grants clemency.

The state has scheduled at least one execution per month through January.