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Kenneth Allen McDUFF




Mug shot six years after the United States Supreme Court overturned all death penalties in the case of Furman v Georgia. Only 11 years later McDuff would be paroled from a prison where he was once on Death Row. He is believed to be the only person in American History to have ever had two different death row numbers.



The most serious of McDuff's parole violations took place in his hometown of Rosebud, Texas, where he made "terroristic threats" to several African-American teenagers. McDuff was sent back to prison exactly one year after he had been set free, but only for a few weeks. His parole was reinstated by an administrator of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.



Kenneth McDuff



Kenneth McDuff





During a live lineup for a witness to the abduction of Colleen Reed, McDuff refused to shave and get a haircut in an obvious attempt to confuse the witness. The witness positively identified McDuff anyway.



Kenneth McDuff



Kenneth McDuff



Kenneth McDuff had no allegiance to any group. This photo was taken by the Waco Police Department when McDuff offered his services as a snitch. Undoubtedly, he would have then demanded "protection" money from the drug dealers he promised to turn in. The Waco Police Department wisely declined his offer.



Security around the federal courthouse during McDuff's arraignment was as tight as anything ever seen in the history of Waco. The security, however, was to protect McDuff from the very large crowds assembled outside of the courthouse and airport.



In March of 1998, Judge George Allen set an execution date as McDuff sat in silence and while the families of victims looked on. After one stay, Kenneth McDuff was executed in Huntsville on November 17, 1998.



Kenneth Allen McDuff is buried in the Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery, also known as "Peckerwood Hill," in Huntsville, Texas. Prisoners buried there are those without family choosing to claim their remains. The 11-17-98 refers to his execution date. The "X" means he was executed by the State of Texas, and the 999055 was his death row number.





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