Lynda Lyon Block of Alabama First Woman to be Executed Since 1957 The Alabama Supreme Court set an April 19 execution date for a Florida woman convicted in the 1993 shooting death of an Opelika police officer. Barring a stay, Lynda Lyon Block would be …
May 10, 2008 · 10 May 2002 – Lynda Lyon Block ‘Your eyeballs explode’ said Lynda Lyon Block as she sat waiting for her slot on the electric chair in Alabama. And therein lay the irony – that a former member of the Humane Society should be executed for murder.
Lynda Cheryl Lyon Block (8 February 1948 in Orlando, Florida – 10 May 2002 at Holman Correctional Facility, Alabama) was an American convicted murderer. On 4 October 1993, a passer-by expressed concern to Opelika police Sergeant Roger Motley about Lyon’s son, who was in a parked car with her common law husband, George Sibley, and looked as
Lynda Lyon Block was never one to go along with the crowd. As a grade-schooler, she favored books over television. At Edgewater High School, class of 1966, she skipped rock for Ravel.
Lynda Cheryle Lyon Block was an American convicted murderer. She was the first woman executed in the state of Alabama
Lynda Lyon Block (Lynda Lyon Block) Lynda Cheryle Lyon was born February 8, 1948, in Orlando, Florida, to Francis (Frank) Stephen Lyon and Berylene Elisabeth Owen. Lynda, and her sister Denyce (born 1952), lost their father when she was 10, when he died of heart failure.
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May 09, 2002 · Lynda Lyon Block declined to pursue final appeals late Thursday, claiming the courts were corrupt and lacked jurisdiction in her case. She was put to death shortly after midnight. Block, 54, may be the last person forced to die in the state’s electric chair.
Lynda Lyon Block in Alabama on May 10, 2002 – Lyon shot Alabama police Sergeant Roger Motley, Jr. outside of a Wal-Mart during a gunfight between him and her common-law husband, George Sibley, Jr. By Sibley’s own account, he was trying to explain to Motley why he didn’t need a driver’s license when Motley put his hand on his service revolver.
Lynda Cheryle Lyon Block (February 8, 1948 – May 10, 2002) was an American convicted murderer. She was the first woman executed in the state of Alabama since 1957, and 9th woman executed in the U.S. since reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976.
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