Arizona Attorney General requests execution warrant for Aaron Gunches

The Arizona Attorney General has requested a warrant of execution for death row prisoner Aaron Gunches. The state supreme courtroom gave the Attorney General till Wednesday to reply to Gunches, who’s requesting to be executed as quickly as doable. In a movement filed on November 25, Aaron Gunches requested the state supreme courtroom to subject a demise warrant, “so that justice may be lawfully served and give closure to the victim’s family.”

Gunches, now 51, was sentenced to demise for the 2002 homicide of Ted Price, who was an ex-husband of Gunches’ girlfriend on the time. Gunches kidnapped and shot Price a number of occasions in a desert off the Beeline Highway.

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“The rule of law is for all of our society to uphold, “ said Attorney General Mark Brnovich. “We must never cease to pursue justice for victims, their families, and our communities.”

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