A person convicted of the deadly stabbing and beating dying of a lady in Miami-Dade County 26 years ago was put to dying Thursday evening in Florida.
Jose Antonio Jimenez, 55, acquired a deadly injection and was pronounced lifeless at 9:48 p.m. at Florida State Jail in Starke. He acquired the dying sentence for the 1992 killing of sixty three-yr-previous Phyllis Minas in her North Miami house.
The U.S. Supreme Courtroom rejected his final-minute attraction earlier Thursday.
Courtroom data present that on Oct. 2, 1992, Minas discovered Jimenez in her second-flooring house. Throughout his trial, neighbors stated they heard her screaming, they usually tried to enter, however somebody inside had locked the door.
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Prosecutors on the trial stated a fingerprint discovered on the inside of the condominium’s front door matched Jimenez’ print. Also, the constructing’s custodian stated he saw Jimenez leap from a balcony of Minas’ second-flooring condo.
The protection argued that Jimenez didn’t stab or kill Minas, and that all the evidence towards him was circumstantial.
Authorities say Jimenez was a cocaine addict who was burglarizing Minas’ condominium when she came residence and stunned him. Investigators stated Minas, a longtime worker of the Miami-Dade Courtroom Clerk’s…