Tennessee Supreme Court Sets New Execution Date For Edmond Zagorski
The Tennessee Supreme Court has set a November first execution date for death row inmate Edmond Zagorski. Zagorksi was scheduled to die on October 11 but a reprieve by Governor Bill Haslam halted the execution during legal procedures. Zagorski requested to die in the electric chair as a quicker and less painful execution than lethal injection. The 63 year old Zagorski was sentenced to death in 1984 for killing two men he robbed during a drug deal.