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Hank Skinner

Murderer
Male
Born Apr 4, 1962

Henry Watkins "Hank" Skinner is a death row inmate in Texas. He was convicted of bludgeoning to death his live-in girlfriend, Twila Busby, and stabbing to death her two adult sons, Randy Busby and Elwin Caler. The murders occurred on December 31, 1993 at 801 East Campbell Avenue in Pampa, Texas. Skinner was convicted of the murders on March 18, 1995, and sentenced to death.… Read More

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  • Children Of The Condemned
    Huffington Post - Oct 02, 2013
  • Texas Inmate Defies Death As Evidence Of Innocence Mounts
    Huffington Post - Sep 10, 2013
  • David Protess: Witness Implicates Alternative Suspect In Texas Death Penalty Case
    Huffington Post - Jul 09, 2012
  • David Protess: Key Evidence Vanishes In Condemned Man's Case: Let's Help Texas Find It
    Huffington Post - Jun 15, 2012

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CHILDHOOD

1962 Birth Born in 1962.

THIRTIES

1995 33 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1995, he was convicted of bludgeoning to death his live-in girlfriend, Twila Busby, and stabbing to death her two adult sons, Randy Busby and Elwin Caler. … Read More

FORTIES

2008 46 Years Old Skinner married Sandrine Ageorges while on Texas death row in 2008. … Read More
…  In January 2010, Hank Skinner wrote to Lynn Switzer a letter where he states that his former prosecutor John Mann lied about the results of the hair analysis, and concludes his letter "All what I am asking you, Madam, is to do the right thing and test the evidence. … Read More

FIFTIES

On March 22, 2012 episode 1 of the UK Channel 4 series "Death Row" focused on an hour-long interview granted with Skinner. … Read More
2014 52 Years Old 1 More Event
On February 3 and 4, 2014 an evidentiary hearing took place in Pampa, Texas. "Prosecutors argued that the tests only confirmed Skinner’s guilt, while lawyers for the 51-year-old defendant said the results raised enough questions about the identity of the perpetrator that a jury would not have condemned him to death."
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