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Keith Dwayne Nelson (death with a wire) Biography, Keith Dwayne Nelson Wiki

Keith Dwayne Nelson kidnapped a 10-year-old girl rollerblading
in front of her home, and in a forest behind a church, raped her and strangled her to
death with a wire. On October 25, 2001, Nelson pled guilty in the U.S. District Court
for the Western District of Missouri to the kidnapping and unlawful interstate
transportation of a child for the purpose of sexual abuse which resulted in death, and
he was sentenced to death. Nelson’s execution is scheduled to occur on August 28,
2020.

Key Facts You Need to Know

Sentenced on: March 11, 2002
Sentencing District: Western District of Missouri
Conviction: Kidnapping of a Minor for the Purpose of Sexual Abuse which resulted in
the Death of the Victim
Committed: March 20, 2002, to the Federal Bureau of Prisons
Jail Credit: 879 days
Time Served at the date of execution: 20 years and 10 months

Death

The injunction from Judge Tanya Chutkan in Washington, DC, applies to three other inmates on death row: Wesley Ira Purkey, Dustin Lee Honken and Keith Dwayne Nelson.
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit late Monday refused the Justice Department’s request to stay the injunction. The Justice Department has also appealed the ruling to the Supreme Court.
Three other appeals seeking to delay the execution are also pending at the Supreme Court. One concerns the family of Lee’s victims who are concerned about traveling and going to a federal prison during the coronavirus pandemic. A second regards evidence presented by prosecutors during his sentencing hearing.
Lee, a one-time white supremacist who killed a family of three, had originally been scheduled for execution in December, but his case was delayed after the courts blocked the death sentence from being carried out.