Ronald Gray Military Serial Killer

Ronald Gray was sentenced to death by the US Military for four murders

According to court documents Ronald Gray is both a serial killer and a serial rapist

Ronald Gray would murder Linda Jean Coats, on April 27, 1986

Gray would sexually assault and murder Tammy Cofer Wilson on December 11, 1986.

Ronald would sexually assault and murder Private Laura Lee Vickery-Clay on December 15, 1986

Ronald Gray would sexually assault and murder Kimberly Ann Ruggle

Gray would sexually assault another victim and attempted to murder her but she was able thankfully escape

Ronald would be tried in civilian court where he would be found guilty and sentenced to eight life terms for the murders of Coats and Wilson

Ronald Gray would then be tried in military court where he was found guilty of the murders of Ruggles and Vickery-Clay and sentenced to death

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Where is Ronald Gray now

Ronald Gray is currently incarcerated at U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

When is Ronald Gray execution

Ronald Gray execution has yet to be scheduled

Ronald Gray Case

The Supreme Court has denied a request to consider the case of former soldier Ronald Gray, who was convicted of rapes and murders in the 1980s at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Gray’s petition was denied June 28 by the Supreme Court, according to court documents online, which did not detail a reason for the decision.

Gray and his attorneys have submitted numerous appeals as part of a 30-year process since he was convicted.

In 1988, a military court at Fort Bragg convicted Gray of the rape and murder of two women and rape and attempted murder of a third at Fort Bragg and the nearby area. At the time, he was a specialist working as a cook. He was sentenced to death.

He pleaded guilty in a civilian court to two other killings and five rapes, and he was given eight life sentences.

Gray’s appeals have become more frequent in the last two years since 2016, when a federal judge removed the stay of execution that had been in effect for eight years, The Fayetteville Observer reported. He is running out of appeals to avoid execution

He also appealed in 2001 to the Supreme Court, which declined to hear the case. In October 2016, the Supreme Court said it would not hear challenges to the death penalty for members of the military and rejected an appeal from a former soldier sentenced to death for killing two other soldiers in Kuwait in 2003.

Gray has been detained at the U.S. Army Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas

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