The order says the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Michael Carvajal, was appearing beneath the “governing regulation,” which allowed him to reschedule the execution as a result of the unique execution date had not handed.
Montgomery’s lawyer, Meaghan VerGow, mentioned in an announcement that she disagrees with the judges and is going to file a petition for them to rethink their choice. The judges gave VerGow till Saturday to file.
“The federal government must be required to follow the law in setting any execution date, as the district court correctly held … Given everything we know about Lisa Montgomery’s mental illness, her lifetime of horrific torture and trauma, and the many people in positions of authority who could have intervened to save her but never did, there can be no principled reason to carry out her execution,” VerGow mentioned. “The government should stop its relentless efforts to end her life.”
VerGow has requested for President Donald Trump to commute Montgomery’s sentence to life with out the chance of parole.
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