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American Prostitutes: Valerie Solanas, John Holmes, Annie Sprinkle, Andrew Cunanan, Ronnie Lee Gardner, Aileen Wuornos, Ashley Alexandra Dup

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781233058471
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60 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 59. Chapters: Valerie Solanas, John Holmes, Annie Sprinkle, Andrew Cunanan, Ronnie Lee Gardner, Aileen Wuornos,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 59. Chapters: Valerie Solanas, John Holmes, Annie Sprinkle, Andrew Cunanan, Ronnie Lee Gardner, Aileen Wuornos, Ashley Alexandra Dupr, Etta Place, Calamity Jane, Laura Bullion, Sarah A. Bowman, Heidi Fleiss, Barbara Payton, Blanche Taylor Moore, Amber Smith, Mika Tan, Estella Marie Thompson, Diamond Bessie, Mike Jones, Julia Bulette, Michelle Tea, Sunset Thomas, Air Force Amy, Denham Fouts, Tracy Quan, Lena Baker, Anna Wilson, Helen Jewett, Jody Gibson, Pearl de Vere, Florrie Fisher, Libby Thompson, Toni Jo Henry, Gary Ray Bowles, Mattie Blaylock, Mother Featherlegs, Josephine Airey, Kitty Leroy, Tessie Wall, Josie Arlington, Fannie Porter, Carrie Brown, Lisa Crystal Carver, Dora DuFran, Mollie Johnson, Louise Wooster, Della Moore, Jean OHara, Crazy Lou, Kevin Kite, Corine Christensen, Adeline Miller, Mattie Silks, Maggie Hall, Julia Brown, Phoebe Doty. Excerpt: Ronnie Lee Gardner (January 16, 1961 - June 18, 2010) was an American criminal who received the death penalty for murder in 1985, and was executed by firing squad by the state of Utah in 2010. Gardners case spent nearly 25 years in the court system, prompting the Utah House of Representatives to introduce legislation to limit the number of appeals in capital cases. In October 1984, Gardner killed Melvyn John Otterstrom during a robbery in Salt Lake City. While being transported in April 1985 to a court hearing for the homicide, he fatally shot attorney Michael Burdell in an unsuccessful escape attempt. Convicted of two counts of murder, Gardner was sentenced to life imprisonment for the first count and received the death penalty for the second. The state adopted new security measures as a result of the incident at the courthouse. While held at Utah State Prison, Gardner was charged with another capital crime for stabbing an inmate in 1994. However, that charge was over...