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  2. Johannes Lötter - Wikipedia

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    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. John Kotter - Wikipedia

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    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. John L. Notter - Wikipedia

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    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.

  5. John Lott - Wikipedia

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    John Richard Lott Jr. (born May 8, 1958) is an American economist, political commentator, and gun rights advocate. Lott was formerly employed at various academic institutions and at the American Enterprise Institute conservative think tank. He is the former president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, a nonprofit he founded in 2013.

  6. Brandon Teena - Wikipedia

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    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.

  7. List of people scheduled to be executed in the United States

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    All of these executions are scheduled over five calendar years in seven U.S. states. [2] On June 10, 2022, the Attorney General of Oklahoma, John M. O'Connor, asked the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals to set execution dates for 25 death row inmates. He requested the executions occur every four weeks on a Thursday, commencing on August 25. [3]

  8. List of people executed by lethal injection - Wikipedia

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    The state of Texas adopted it as its form on capital punishment in 1977 and executed the first person by it, Charles Brooks Jr., in 1982. [1] The practice was subsequently adopted by the other U.S. states using capital punishment. [2] As of 2017, the method is being used by 31 U.S. states, as well as by their federal government and military. [3]

  9. List of death row inmates in the United States - Wikipedia

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    John Allen: Murder of his wife's cousin, Ame Deal. 5 years, 4 days On July 12, 2011, police officers were called to ten-year-old Ame Deal's home, where she was found dead in a small foot locker, having suffocated. Ame lived with a number of relatives, including her aunt and legal guardian, Cynthia Stoltzmann. Allen was Stoltzmann's daughter.