Marcel Wayne Williams grew up in a broken home, leading to a broken life. He went to adult prison when he was only 15 years old where he would suffer physical and sexual violence. In 1994, he would be released and then kidnap, rape, and murder Stacy Rae Errickson. Williams would become one of the four people that the state of Arkansas hastily executed when their supply of the drug midazolam was expiring. Caitlin then tells us her stories from Florida and Andrew goes back to his childhood.Twitter: https://twitter.com/PTTDpodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pttdpod/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paintthetowndead/Email: PTTDPod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Clear & Convincing-Season 4 Episode 18-State of Arkansas v. Marcel Wayne Williams
Podcast Network 49
Join Lisa O’Brien and Michael Carnahan on Sunday, August 1, 2021 for Clear and Convincing podcast, Episode 18, State of Arkansas v. Marcel Wayne Williams. In April, 2017, Governor Asa Hutchins set execution dates for eight men on Arkansas death row. The primary reason for the governor’s decision was that each of the inmates had exhausted their state and federal post conviction remedies. In the media, the sole reason given was that the state’s supply of lethal injection drugs was about to expire. Marcel Wayne Williams was tried, convicted and sentenced to death for the November 20, 1994 kidnapping, robbery, rape and murder of Stacy Rae Errickson, a 22 year old mother of two. Williams kidnapped Stacy at gunpoint from a gas station in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Williams was arrested on November 29, 1994, days before Stacy’s body was found buried in a shallow grave. We’ll talk about Stacy’s murder, his arrest, trial and conviction and the course of his direct appeal and post-conviction claims. Finally, we’ll talk about his execution in April, 2017 and the delay caused by allegations that Jack Jones’ execution was botched.
#217. Ghosts of Atlanta, Part 5: Why Wayne Williams (Dive Bar) w/ Dr. John Liebert
Murder Was The Case
Part 5 of 6. Dr. John Liebert, a psychiatrist who consulted on the Bundy killings, joins Lee to talk about his insights during his time working the so-called 'Atlanta Child Murders' and to review the cases.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Podcast with Dr. Adame: Wayne Williams, Wildlife Photographer
Persistence in Adversity with Dr. Adame
Wayne Williams, Wildlife Photographer shares some of his personal adversities, what has helped him overcome, educational pathway and faith walk. He also discusses how he discovered his passion for photography, the diverse wildlife adventures, the diverse hats he has worn throughout his life and the importance of resilience and dedication.
Nutmeg Nation- A discussion with Wayne Williams( Grenadian roots)
Nutmeg Nation with Carlene Humphrey
He is a part time Professor at Humber College and the Owner of Agency9.ca- A digital Media AgencyYou can check out the site at Agency9.caIn this episode of Nutmeg Nation, we talk to Wayne Williams about his family roots, where he was born, and his parents. We talk about his career in Radio, from working at FLOW 93.5 and G98.7 and his career change.This is our first interview with someone of Grenadian heritage and we hope to speak to may other entrepreneurs about their experience.If you are interested in being a guest please firstname.lastname@example.org://open.spotify.com/episode/54crnO7W9tgxCXYyOnsKR7https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nutmeg-nation/id1518302653?ign-mpt=uo%3D4https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-nutmeg-nation-65258341/
Episode #82: Removing A Symbol Of 'Hate And Not Love' In Mississippi w/Rev. Dr. Wayne Williams
Mississippi plans to fly a new state flag, one without the Confederate battle emblem in the corner. For 126 years, the Mississippi state flag flew what is deemed a hateful oppressive and divisive symbol.Rev. Dr. Wayne A. Williams discusses Mississippi's current racial climate, the economic effects of COVID-19, and the health disparities that plumage African Americans in Mississippi. Rev. Dr. Williams is the pastor of the historic Lynch Street CME Church in Jackson, MS, and the Presiding Elder of (GJD) The Great Greenwood-Jackson District of the Mississippi South Region of the Fourth Episcopal District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
Voices Of House Music Episode #9 Guests: DJ Wayne Williams
The Voices Of House Music Podcast
This was a great discussion just days before the Chosen Few DJ's Picnic with the founder of the Chosen Few, DJ Wayne Williams! Wayne takes a trip through the disco scene in Chicago of the 70's and we make it through the "Jack" era of the 80's to land in Wayne's pivotal role as the Sr. VP of A&R for Jive Records! Listen for a one-of-a-kind trip through the history of house music and one mans impact on the world of popular music.