This timeline provides an in-depth look at some of the key moments in the case of Andre Thomas, a mentally ill death row inmate who began exhibiting signs of mental illness as a boy and committed a brutal triple murder in 2004. Blind because he pulled out both of his eyes while behind bars, Thomas awaits a federal court's decision on whether he is sane enough to be executed. Use the links to the right to download and review documents from the case that are referenced above.

Exhibit 91, 92 .PDF
Exhibit 97 .PDF
Exhibit 107 .PDF
Exhibit 110 .PDF
Jail intake forms - Exhibit 118 .PDF
Affidavit of Konta Johnson - Exhibit 19 .PDF
TMC screening form - Exhibit 49 .PDF
Police report - Exhibit 52 .PDF
Sheriff’s medical staff report - Exhibit 137 .PDF
Admission reports - Exhibits 148 & 149 .PDF
Hospital report - Exhibit 163 .PDF
Medical records - Exhibit 179 .PDF
Opinion - .PDF
Appeal (.PDF) and State's response .PDF

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