Gabriel E. Hall – Death Row

Gabriel E. Hall, additionally referred called Gabriel Paul Hall or Paul Gabriel Hall born February 18, 1993 is of Filipino descent and was adopted.  He was found guilty of murder in Texas. He used both a knife and gun, to kill his wife and a professor at Texas A&M.

 

Hall {originated|stemmed} from Cebu City {and|as well as|and also} {resided|lived|stayed} in the {Children|Kid}’s {Shelter|Sanctuary} of Cebu for {six|6} years. His {original|initial} family name was Espinosa-Cañada. Wes Hall {and|as well as|and also} Karen Kruse Hall {adopted|embraced} him when he was age 11. [3] Wes Hall is {a former|a previous} {attorney|lawyer} {and|as well as|and also} Brazos {County|Region|Area} justice of the peace, {and|as well as|and also} Karen Hall was the {president|head of state} of the Central Texas Orphan {Mission|Objective|Goal}. The Halls {had|had actually} {adopted|embraced|taken on} {multiple|several|numerous} {children|kids|youngsters}, [5] {including|consisting of} Hall’s {biological|organic} {sister|sibling|sis}, Eralyn. {Prior to|Before} the murder Gabriel Hall {attended|went to|participated in} A&M Consolidated {High School|Secondary school|Senior high school}.

Hall’s {biological father|natural father}, Eduardo Cañada, Sr., {a resident|a local|a citizen|a homeowner} of the Philippines, is {a convicted|a founded guilty} {murderer|killer}.

On October 20, 2011, Hall {murdered|killed} 68-year-old Edwin Shaar, Jr., {a former|a previous} {professor|teacher} at Texas A&M {University|College}, {and|as well as|and also} {injured|hurt|harmed|wounded} the man’s {wife|spouse|partner|other half|better half}, 69-year-old Linda Shaar, in their {College|University} {Station|Terminal} {residence|home|house}. Hall {had|had actually} {never|never ever} {previously|formerly} {met|satisfied|fulfilled} either {person|individual}. [5] Hall stabbed {and|as well as|and also} {shot|fired} the {former|previous} {professor|teacher} in his garage. Hall slit the throat of the {wife|spouse|partner|other half|better half}, {who|that} {was in|remained in} {a wheelchair|a mobility device}, {and|as well as|and also} left her; she called 9-1-1 {and|as well as|and also} {survived|made it through|endured}. [8] On December 21, 2011, a grand {jury|court} {indicted|prosecuted|arraigned|fingered} Hall for {capital|funding|resources} murder.

The Filipino American Legal {Defense|Protection} {and|as well as|and also} {Education|Education And Learning} Fund (FALDEF) {aided|helped|assisted} Hall in his {legal|lawful} {efforts|initiatives}. [8] His murder {trial|test} was {scheduled|arranged|set up} to {begin|start} on October 21, 2013. Jarvis Parsons, the Brazos {County|Region|Area} district attorney, prosecuted Hall {and|as well as|and also} {sought|looked for} the {death penalty|capital punishment|death sentence|execution}. His {first|very first|initial} {assistant|aide} was Brian Baker. Hall had {multiple|several|numerous} {attorneys|lawyers}, {including|consisting of} Tony Odiorne. His {defense|protection} {team|group} {organized|arranged} {a trip|a journey} to the Philippines as part of the {defense|protection}. FALDEF {persons|individuals} {later|later on} {traveled|took a trip} to Texas to {assist|help|aid} Hall.

Hall was {convicted|founded guilty} {and|as well as|and also} {sentenced|punished} to {death|fatality}. On October 9, 2015, Hall, Texas {Department|Division} of {Criminal|Bad Guy|Crook|Lawbreaker|Wrongdoer|Offender} Justice( TDCJ) # 999599, {arrived at|reached|came to|got to} the Texas {death|fatality} row for {men|guys|males}, {located|situated} at the Allan B. Polunsky {Unit|System|Device}. [6] He was the {first|very first|initial} Texas {death|fatality} row {inmate|prisoner} {received|gotten|obtained} in 2015

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