Despite maintaining his innocence before, during, and since his trial, William T. Montgomery has been on death row for over 31 years for the 1986 murders of Cynthia Tincher and Debra Ogle in Lucas County, Ohio. Even in light of significant doubts about his guilt, Montgomery is scheduled to be executed on April 11, 2018.
Key concerns include:
Much of the evidence currently available in this case was discovered six years after Montgomery's flawed conviction.
To review various case documents that raise questions about Montgomery's guilt, click here.
There are significant doubts about the validity of the conviction of William T. Montgomery. Governor John Kasich should not allow the execution on April 11 with so much doubt. The execution of an innocent man is irreversible.
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