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Eula Elrod Thompson Pardoned, 1936
Dec. 10, 1936
TALMADGE FREES SIX LIFE TERMERS
Convicted Slayers Get Pardons;
Eula Thompson Included in Group.
Six life-term convicts, all convicted of murder, were freed yesterday by Governor Talmadge.
Several days after the visit to the tower Thompson and the negro went to the electric chair.
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