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Richard Bernard Moore was born on 20 February, 1965 in Michigan, U.S.. Discover Richard Bernard Moore'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 58 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 20 February, 1965
Birthday 20 February
Birthplace Michigan, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Following this, lawmakers in South Carolina pushed to add the option of execution by firing squad, in an attempt to resume executions, after a failure to get the drugs needed for lethal injection. A bill, approved by a 66–43 vote, gave inmates the choice to die by electrocution or firing squad if lethal injection drugs were unavailable. In March 2022, the state announced it had finished developing protocols for executions by firing squad.

Moore was scheduled to be executed on April 29, 2022. On April 15, he chose to be executed by firing squad instead of the electric chair. On April 20, the South Carolina Supreme Court halted the execution and issued a temporary stay.


After running out of appeals, Moore was scheduled to be executed on December 4, 2020. However, the state was unable to execute him as they did not have the lethal injection drugs required to do so. Moore was given the choice of lethal injection or the electric chair. He declined to pick either meaning he was set to die by the primary method of lethal injection. As the state did not have the drugs available, his execution was stayed.


Following Moore's sentence, he was scheduled for execution on January 22, 2002, by Circuit Judge Gary Clary. Prosecutors acknowledged at the time, however, that it would take years of appeals before Moore would actually be executed.


Moore was tried for shooting and killing Mahoney in October 2001. He was charged with murder, assault with intent to kill, armed robbery, and a firearms violation. He was found guilty and the jury convicted him of all counts. In a separate sentencing proceeding, the jury recommended a sentence of death. Moore was then formally sentenced to death for the murder of Mahoney on October 22, 2001.


On September 16, 1999, in the early hours, Moore entered Nikki's convenience store in Spartanburg. He was unarmed and was intending to rob the store to support his cocaine addiction. Inside the store was the clerk, 42-year-old James Mahoney, and an eyewitness to the crime, Terry Hadden. As Hadden played on a video poker machine, he saw Moore walk toward the cooler inside the store. He then heard Mahoney shout at Moore and ask him what he was doing. Hadden turned to see Moore and Mahoney in a brawl, with Moore holding both of Mahoney's hands with just one of his. Mahoney had pulled a gun on Moore and the two got into a scuffle, with Moore taking hold of the weapon with his other hand. Moore turned his attention to Hadden and pointed the gun at him, telling him not to move.


Another Spartanburg resident, Valerie Wisniewski, said that Moore robbed her as she was working in a shoe store. In 1997, Moore also pleaded guilty to assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature for attacking a woman.


In 1991, Moore punched Michelle Crowder in the neck while trying to steal her purse in Spartanburg, then kicked her repeatedly in the head and back after she fell on the purse. When Crowder's fiancé came to help her, Moore beat the man so severely that he had to be hospitalized. Crowder would later testify at the sentencing phase of Moore's murder trial.


Richard Bernard Moore (born February 20, 1965) is an American man on death row in South Carolina. He was convicted of the September 1999 murder of James Mahoney, a convenience store clerk, in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Moore's case received international attention when he was scheduled for execution and opted to be executed by firing squad under the state's new controversial capital punishment laws. Moore was set to become the first person to be executed in South Carolina in over a decade, as well as the first person in the state to be executed via firing squad. However, his execution was stayed by the South Carolina Supreme Court on April 20, 2022.

Moore was born on February 20, 1965, and grew up in Michigan. He struggled with drug addiction and turned to robbery to support his drug habit. In the 1980s, he was convicted of burglary and weapons charges. In 1991, he moved with his partner, Lynda Byrd, from Michigan to Spartanburg, South Carolina. The two later had two children together.