Two more federal inmates scheduled to be executed after DOJ resumes capital punishment

The Justice Department has scheduled the deaths of two more convicted murderers after carrying out the first federal executions in nearly two decades.

Christopher Vialva, 40, and 50-year-old William LeCroy, both inmates at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana, are set to be executed in late September, the Justice Department announced on Friday.

Vialva was sentenced to death after being convicted of the kidnapping and murder of two youth ministers in his home state of Texas and will be the first black inmate to die since the resumption of federal executions. LeCroy, who is from Georgia, was sentenced to death for the
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