Missouri inmate Michael Tisius received execution by lethal injection of pentobarbital after killing two correction officers more than 20 years ago in a failed attempt to help a friend escape from a rural jail.
The last meal of Missouri inmate before lethal execution are bacon cheeseburgers, chocolate shakes, and fries
Missouri inmate Michael Tisius was convicted of murdering Leon Egley and Jason Acton at the small Randolph County Jail on June 22, 2000.
Missouri inmate Michael Tisius killed the two correction officers, Leon Egley and Jason Acton, after a failed action to help his friend from Randolph County Jail.
Missouri inmate received an execution order by lethal injection of pentobarbital at the state prison in Bonne Terre.
Supreme Court rejected the motion to stop the execution of a Missouri inmate for killing two jail officers
Missouri inmate Michael Tisius’s lawyer demanded the Supreme Court block the execution, arguing that a judge at the sentencing hearing was illiterate of Missouri law.
The Supreme Court rejected the motion, and a Missouri inmate received the execution by lethal injection of pentobarbital.