Posted on September 10, 2018
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The dawn on September 11, 1977 dawned damp and grey for the citizens of Marseilles, especially those residing in Les Baumettes Prison. All the inmates (and some of the staff) were were in a dark mood as they contemplated the rising of the…
Category: History, True Crime, UncategorizedTags: abolition, beheaded, beheading, burreaux, capital punishment, Charles Henri Sanson, commutation, death, Death Alley, death penalty, Death Row, death sentence, death warrant, executed, execution, executioner, executioners, executions, France, French, guillotine, History, Les Baumettes, les bourreaux, Marcel Chevalier, Marseilles, Nicolas jacques Pelletier, sentence of death, stay of execution, toilette du condamne
Robert Walsh, freelance writer
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Robert Walsh, Freelance Writer