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Curtis Flowers: American death row inmate
Curtis Giovanni Flowers is an African-American man who has been tried six times in the state of Mississippi, United States, for murder in the July 16, 1996, shooting deaths of four people inside Tardy Furniture store in downtown Winona. In five of the six trials, the prosecutor, Doug Evans, sought the death penalty against Flowers, where he is currently on death row at the Parchman division of Mississippi State Penitentiary.

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Kavanaugh: Attorney was "relentless, determined" to keep African Americans off Curtis Flowers' jury

The Supreme Court has sided with Curtis Flowers, a man who was tried six times for the same quadruple murder by the same prosecutor. The justices ruled in favor of his jury discrimination case on..
CBS News - Published

Supreme Court tosses murder conviction of Mississippi death row inmate

The Supreme Court today overturned the conviction of a black death row inmate in Mississippi. Curtis Flowers was tried six times for the crime and by the same prosecutor. Jeff Pegues reports.
CBS News - Published

Curtis Flowers: Death row conviction quashed over racial bias

curtis flowers: death row conviction quashed over racial bias
The justices ruled that African-American jurors were unconstitutionally removed from selection.
BBC News - Published

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