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  2. Johannes Lötter - Wikipediaötter

    Johannes Cornelius Jacobus " Hans " Lötter was a Boer commander who fought, and was executed by, the British during the Second Boer War. Along with Gideon Scheepers, Lötter was one of the most brutal guerrilla commandos in the Cape Colony. [1] Lötter entered the Cape Colony during the war along with Pieter Hendrik Kritzinger. [2]

  3. Lana Tisdel - Wikipedia

    John Lotter and Tom Nissen are currently in prison, with Nissen serving life imprisonment and Lotter facing execution. [8] Tisdel graduated from Falls City High School in 1993. [9] She married Josh Bachman in 2001 and lives in Kansas with their children. [10]

  4. List of last executions in the United States by crime

    1 List of last persons to be executed for a crime other than murder. 2 Statistics. 3 See also. ... John Mansfield and William Huggins: White 22 and 24 Jun 19, 1783

  5. Brandon Teena - Wikipedia

    Following Lotter's sentencing in February 1996, Saturday Night Live ( SNL) aired a segment in which comedian Norm Macdonald joked: "And finally, in Falls City, Nebraska, John Lotter has been sentenced to death for attempting to kill three people in what prosecutors called a plot to silence a cross-dressing female who had accused him of rape.

  6. John L. Notter - Wikipedia

    John L. Notter (born 1935) is an international financier and developer who manages and has substantial interests in a wide variety of companies, including Westlake Properties, Inc., and Sailview Associates, Inc., of Westlake Village, California; and Clark Road Development, LLC and Sherwood Holdings LTD. of Sarasota, Florida.

  7. John Joubert (serial killer) - Wikipedia

    John Joseph Joubert IV (July 2, 1963 – July 17, 1996) was an American serial killer executed in Nebraska. He was convicted of murdering three boys in Maine and Nebraska . Childhood [ edit] Joubert's parents divorced when he was six years old, he lived with his mother in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

  8. Murder in Coweta County - Wikipedia

    After several appeals, John Wallace was executed in the electric chair in 1950. His case was unusual, because he was one of the richest men to ever be given the death penalty and his case was the first in Georgia where a white man was given the death sentence upon the testimony of two black men.

  9. John Kotter - Wikipedia

    John Paul Kotter is the Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus, at the Harvard Business School, [1] an author, [2] and the founder of Kotter International, a management consulting firm based in Seattle and Boston. [3] He is a thought leader in business, leadership, and change. [4] Contents 1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Written work