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Execution witnesses announced

May 6, 2033

Butts County- There are five people from the media who will watch Carl Isaacs be lethally injected.

Those are Charles Godby, a retired Georgia State Trooper, who's representing WGMK-FM in Donalsonville. Janet McLeod Hill with the Donalsonville News  will view the needle insertion.

Other media witnesses are Mark Passwaters with the Albany Herald, Harry Weber with the Associated Press, and Newscenter 10's Dawn Hobby.

There are more than twenty others on the witness list. Those include Seminole County Sheriff Jerry Godby, who was part of the search team that found Mary Alday's body in the woods, as well as Thomas County Sheriff Carlton Powell, and three Alday family members.

Carl Isaacs requested three witnesses-- his attorney and two ministers.

posted at 5:40PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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