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She would be the first woman Mississippi has put to death in seven decades."I sit in my room for a good 1 1/2-2 hours, and dad comes in my room, and goes off on me, calling me bastard, nogood, mistake, and telling me I'm inconciderate [sic] and just care about my self, and he slaps me, then goes back to his room.
Instead, Tishomingo County deputies arrested Junior as part of a murder-for-hire conspiracy.
Junior's friend Joey Gillis was the shooter, they said, and his mother, Michelle Byrom, was the mastermind. And only Junior had gunpowder residue on his hands. Junior testified against his mother in return for a reduced sentence. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, and Jim Hood, Mississippi's attorney general, requested an execution date: March 27.
The abuse was so severe that she became mentally ill, doctors said.
"Instead, it is happening now in our Mississippi." Junior's confession isn't the only evidence the jury did not get to see.
Sexual and domestic violence filled Michelle's life.