Paul Durousseau Florida Serial Killer

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Paul Durousseau is a serial killer and a serial rapist who was sentenced to death by the State of Florida for seven murders

According to court documents Durousseau is responsible for at least seven murders in a six year period though authorities believe he is responsible for more including a number of victims in Germany where he was stationed through the US Military

Durousseau would murder Tracy Habersham, Tyresa Mack, Nicole Williams, Nikia Kilpatrick, Shawanda Denise McCalister, Jovanna Jefferson and Surita Cohen. Two of the women were pregnant at the time of the murders

Paul Durousseau would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death

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Paul Durousseau is incarcerated at Union Correctional Institution

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Paul Durousseau, a convicted murderer who is also suspected in the deaths of five other women, was resentenced Friday to life in prison.

In 2007, Durousseau was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death for the 1999 murder of 24-year-old Tyresa Mack, one of six murders he was accused of committing from 1997 to 2003 in Jacksonville and Georgia. Only the case involving Mack went to trial.

Durousseau was a taxi driver at the time of the suspected killings, which were spread out in Jacksonville for years until his arrest in 2003.

After the first conviction, the jury’s verdict was 10-2 for the death penalty. But state law has since been changed to require a unanimous verdict, including in some cases retroactively. The high court rejected arguments for a new trial.

This week was Durousseau’s new sentencing, with a newly selected jury. That jury on Friday arrived at a 10-2 majority recommendation, but it was not unanimous. Durousseau was then subsequently sentenced to life in prison.

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A man believed to have murdered five Jacksonville women was re-sentenced to life in prison Friday without the possibility of parole

Paul Durousseau’s death sentence was overturned in 2016.

Durousseau, who was a cab driver at the time, was charged with the deaths of five women when he drove for Gator City Taxi and Shuttle Service

The five murders happened between December 2002 and February 2003.

Durousseau was also convicted of the 1999 murder of Tyresa Mack, who he raped and strangled. He was sentenced to death in 2007. 

Durousseau is also linked to several murders in Germany that occurred when he was stationed there with the Army, and the murder of a woman in Georgia.

The state Supreme Court tossed his 2007 death sentence because it was a 10-2 jury verdict, which is illegal under a 2016 U.S. Supreme Court decision.

Since it was a death penalty case, Durousseau’s resentencing was a mini-trial where a jury heard all the evidence and then decided if he should receive the death penalty

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