For 26 years, Carolyn Martin and Ronald Griffis have waited for justice for their brother, a Glades Correctional Institution guard who was gunned down outside a West Palm Beach doctor’s office in 1987 by two ex-cons intent on busting a buddy out of prison.
Today, as the clock ticked toward the scheduled June 12 execution of William Van Poyck, they came to a Palm Beach County courtroom to find out what legal maneuvers might allow their brother’s killer to live.
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