U.S. MILITARY MAY PERFORM FIRST EXECUTION IN OVER 50 YEARS





 | Gerry Urbanek for Western Journalism reports, Former U.S. Army soldier and current death row inmate Ronald Gray could face military execution after a U.S. District Judge denied his bid for a stay. According to Judge J. Thomas Marten of the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, the previous stay of execution granted to Gray is “no longer in effect,” which will enable the military to carry out capital punishment.