From the Ga. Supreme Court-
Atlanta, May 6, 2008 - Today the Supreme Court of Georgia refused to issue a stay of execution for William Earl Lynd, 53.
All the Justices concurred in denying Lynd's Consolidated Motion for Stay of Execution and Application for Certificate of Probable Cause to Appeal.
Lynd, who was sentenced to death in Berrien County for the 1988 kidnapping and murder of Virginia "Ginger" Moore, is scheduled to die by lethal injection tonight at 7:00 at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, GA.
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