UPDATE: Death Row Inmate Jack Greene Claims Psychotic Disorder, Incompetent to Be Executed


Death row Inmate Jack Greene's lawyers have filed a petition to stop his execution claiming he is severely mentally ill.

Arkansas Attorney General released this statement in response. 

"Attorney General Rutledge is reviewing this latest lawsuit from Inmate Greene. The family of the victims deserve closure and the Attorney General will continue to work on their behalf to see that justice is done."

To read the full petition click HERE



LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-  A clemency hearing has been scheduled for Death Row Inmate: Jack Greene.

The hearing for Greene is scheduled for October 4 beginning at 9 a.m.

Greene was originally  convicted of Capital Murder and sentenced to death on Oct. 15, 1993 for killing retired preacher, Sidney Burnett, of Knoxville.

In August, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge hand-delivered a letter to the Governor's Office requesting that an execution date be set for Greene.

His execution date is set for November 9.

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