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Donald Broadnax was born on 1 January, 1961 in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S., is a killer. Discover Donald Broadnax's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 1 January, 1961
Birthday 1 January
Birthplace Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.
Nationality United States

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As of August 2022, Broadnax remains on death row and is awaiting execution.


Broadnax immediately appealed his sentence to the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, which ruled 5–0 for resentencing hearing after determining that the jury at the original trial had been incorrectly instructed in regard to mitigating circumstances. Broadnax's death sentence was later upheld by the Court of Appeals in December 2000, along with those of three other death row inmates. Broadnax appealed again, arguing that he had received ineffective counsel, but the sentence was upheld again in December 2012. Another review of the case was denied by the Supreme Court in June 2013.


On June 6, 1997, the jury found Broadnax guilty on all counts and recommended that he be sentenced to death. The verdict was met with relief from the victims' family members, while Broadnax and his family members wept. In September of that year, he was officially sentenced to death.


Sometime circa January 1994, Broadnax married Hector Jan Stamps, a 42-year-old woman from Sylacauga, who would often visit him in prison. On April 25, Broadnax was allowed to leave prison to attend his job at the factory, where he managed to convince the supervisor that he was going to leave later. While he was working there, he was visited by his wife, who brought along her 4-year-old grandson, DeAngelo Marquez Stamps. After leaving the boy in the car, Stamps entered the factory, whereupon she was beaten to death with a plank by Broadnax. After the murder, Broadnax stuffed her body in the trunk of his white Dodge Aries, and drove away with DeAngelo in the car.


In 1986, Broadnax was paroled and returned to Birmingham. Within the next two years, he got into contact with Raymond "Godfather" Mims, a notorious local drug dealer, who allowed him to live in one of his houses. The property was eventually raided by the police, who arrested Broadnax and seized several guns. As this was considered a violation of his parole, Broadnax was immediately returned to prison. In November 1992, he successfully applied for a work release program and was transferred to the Work Release Center in Alexander City. From there, Broadnax was hired as a painter for Wellborn Forest Products, where he was described as very mild-mannered and nice by his employer.


In August 1977, the 16-year-old Broadnax got into an argument with his friend, 19-year-old Gregory Manson, in the Elyton Village public housing community. In the midst of their scuffle, Broadnax pulled out a gun and fired six shots at Manson, who fell to the ground. After emptying out his clip, Broadnax reloaded and fired three more shots into Manson's body, before finally leaving the crime scene. Approximately three months later, he was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. The following year, he was convicted and sentenced to 99 years imprisonment, with a chance of parole after serving several years.


Donald Broadnax (born January 1, 1961) is an American serial killer. Originally convicted and sentenced to 99 years imprisonment for fatally shooting a friend in Birmingham, Alabama in 1977, he was released on work release in 1996, whereupon he murdered his wife and her grandson. For the latter crime, Broadnax was convicted and sentenced to death, and is currently awaiting execution.