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A judge ruled Thursday that Alberto Garcia was not eligible to be spared execution for the July 2014 murder of Janaya Thompson in Gulfport, Mississippi. Anyone sentenced to death in the state is automatically granted an appeal against that sentence, with Mississippi’s Supreme Court ruling that the death penalty was ‘proportionate’ to Garcia’s crime, and in-line with other sentences handed out for similar offenses. Garcia admitted Janaya’s murder in January 2017 after DNA evidence linked him to a sexual assault prosecutors said Janaya had suffered before her death. During a 2014 pre-trial hearing, Gulfport Police Detective Samuel Jewell shared horrific details of how his officers had discovered Janaya’s body in an empty trailer, saying: ‘We found Janaya Thompson with her back was against the west wall.
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