On August 12, 1984, Joe Elton Nixon kidnapped and eventually murdered Jeanne Bickner under the most horrific circumstances imaginable. He was later tried, found guilty and sentenced to death. His conviction was later reversed by the Florida Supreme Court through a controversial decision. Three of the five justices who voted to reverse Nixon’s conviction are now seeking merit retention in the November 6 election. Their names are Barbara Pariente, Peggy Quince and Fred Lewis.
The Nixon case is but one reason to vote “no.” This short but compelling video, produced by RestoreJustice2012 gives additional grounds. Nancy Smith provides yet further reasons these three jurists should not be retained on the court in her Sunshine State News column.
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