I just got home from Work and he was on my mind all day, and I am on the pacific coast so I reaaly thought I was going to see his name in memoriam. Thank you Mamma for the information, it made my day.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — If Robert Simon Jr. receives a new medical evaluation with his claim that falling on his head made him mentally incompetent, Mississippi can expect a flood of similar claims from other death row inmates, says Attorney General Jim Hood.
"We're going to see a rash of knot heads at Parchman," Hood told The Associated Press on Thursday.
A federal appeals panel ruled that Mississippi used an unfair process to evaluate the mental competency of death row inmate Robert Simon Jr. and ordered a federal judge to take another look at Simon's case.