Georgia postpones execution of woman who gained the support of theologians


Death row inmate Kelly Renee Gissendaner is seen in an undated picture from the Georgia Department of Corrections. Gissendaner, sent to Georgia's death row for the murder of her husband, was twice scheduled to die by lethal injection. Photo courtesy REUTERS/Georgia Department of Corrections/Handout via Reuters

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ATLANTA (Reuters) Kelly Gissendaner's lawyers said the death row inmate has "accepted responsibility" for her actions and has "shown a commitment to seeking redemption through spiritual growth and serving others."