Angela Jane Johnson (born Forest City, Iowa) was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s. She was sentenced to death for her role in the murders of five people in 1993. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in December 2014. Dustin Honken, her former boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for his role in the murders. The execution of Honken was scheduled for January 2020, but is on hold while federal courts determine whether the proposed manner of execution is allowed by the Federal Death Penalty Act.

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  • Angela Jane Johnson (born Forest City, Iowa) was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s. She was sentenced to death for her role in the murders of five people in 1993. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in December 2014. Dustin Honken, her former boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for his role in the murders. The execution of Honken was scheduled for January 2020, but is on hold while federal courts determine whether the proposed manner of execution is allowed by the Federal Death Penalty Act. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born Forest City, Iowa) was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s. She was sentenced to death for her role in the murders of five people in 1993. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in December 2014. Dustin Honken, her former boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for his role in the murders. On June 15, 2020, it was announced that he would be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken in the murders of five people in Iowa. She was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. Dustin Honken, her then boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for the murders and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken (born 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (March 22, 1968 – July 17, 2020) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (March 22, 1968 – July 17, 2020) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (March 22, 1968 – July 17, 2020) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. Dustin Honken was sentenced to death and executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020, the first defendant from Iowa to be executed since 1963. Angela Johnson was also sentenced to death, the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012 and she was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. (en)
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  • Angela Jane Johnson (born Forest City, Iowa) was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s. She was sentenced to death for her role in the murders of five people in 1993. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in December 2014. Dustin Honken, her former boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for his role in the murders. The execution of Honken was scheduled for January 2020, but is on hold while federal courts determine whether the proposed manner of execution is allowed by the Federal Death Penalty Act. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born Forest City, Iowa) was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s. She was sentenced to death for her role in the murders of five people in 1993. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in December 2014. Dustin Honken, her former boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for his role in the murders. On June 15, 2020, it was announced that he would be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken in the murders of five people in Iowa. She was the first woman sentenced to death by a United States federal jury since the 1950s, but the sentence was overturned in 2012. She was re-sentenced to life without parole in 2014. Dustin Honken, her then boyfriend, was also sentenced to death for the murders and is scheduled to be executed by the federal government on July 17, 2020. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken (born 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born 1963 or 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (born March 22, 1968) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) and Dustin Lee Honken (March 22, 1968 – July 17, 2020) are American criminals from Iowa that were convicted of the murders of five people in 1993. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
  • Angela Jane Johnson (born January 17, 1964) is an American felon who in 1993 assisted Dustin Lee Honken (March 22, 1968 – July 17, 2020) in the murders of five people in Iowa. The victims were related to a drug trial against Honken. Honken was involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and one of his dealers was set to testify against him, and so Honken and Johnson murdered him along with his girlfriend and her two daughters (age 6 and 10). A few months later, the fifth victim, also a former dealer, was murdered. (en)
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