Thanks, Miami Herald, but Manuel Valle Isn't Dead Yet

Categories: Broward News
Florida Department of Corrections
Manuel Valle, not dead at the time of this post.
UPDATE: Valle was declared dead at 7:14 p.m.

No thanks to the Miami Herald, everyone thinks South Florida cop killer Manuel Valle is dead.

He's not -- yet.

Department of Corrections spokeswoman Jo Ellyn Rackleff told the Pulp at 5:06 p.m. that Valle's execution was delayed pending approval of the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Herald announced Valle was dead on Twitter at 4:11 p.m., which the paper has since deleted, along with the story published on its website.

The Palm Beach Post also decided to regurgitate the Herald's fictional version of events before yanking that one in favor of an Associated Press piece saying the execution was scheduled for 4 p.m.


Check back with the Pulp for updates about the actual execution.

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to Manuel Valle's bottom feeding attorneys: I would be very happy to listen to any and all arguements for a "cruel and unusual punishment" repeal as soon as you, your team, or Manuel Valle, who is most likely another of our society killing illegal criminal immigrants, can produce any documentation that Louis Pena both forgives Manuel and feels that anything other than death is just punishment for his choices.Send him to me for 36 hours and I will redefine C&U punishment.

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