A Chester County man has been charged in the “execution” murder of his long-time girlfriend.
Chris celebrates the return of the NFL referees, ending the lockout. He details the raises give to non-union city employees by Mayor Nutter and explains the biased national polls that claim Mitt Romney is losing to President Obama. He also discusses the Inquirer suing the state of Pennsylvania to be able to see the first execution in 13 years and talks to Jerome Corsi from World Net Daily.
The execution of a Philadelphia man could be stopped.
A Philadelphia judge is expected to hear new evidence today in a hearing that could mean a stay of execution for convicted killer Terry Williams.
Judge May Rule On Scheduled Execution Of Philadelphia Man Who Claims His Victims Sexually Abused Him
A judge may rule Friday on a motion to stay the scheduled Oct. 3 execution of a Philadelphia man who now claims his victims had sexually abused him.
A convicted Delaware killer who waived his right to further appeals and sought to speed his execution has been put to death by lethal injection.
Chris discusses the latest endorsements garnered by Mitt Romney and reviews the details from last night’s Bruce Springsteen concert. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about the economic impact of a Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act and to Beasley Reece about expectations for this year’s Phillies team.
Delaware’s next execution is just days away, and a debate is now raging about whether the confessed killer should be granted clemency.