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February 4, 2013

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Frederick Poulin, who alone now occupies a cell in the death house at Clinton Prison at Dannemora, must pay the extreme penalty of the law in the electric chair some day next week, Governor Sulzer having refused to intervene in his case. Despite the near approach of the time when he must take the short walk, which will end in his death, Poulin remained cheerful. It is expected that there will be nothing out of the usual in his execution.

— Compiled by Contributing Writer Shawn Ryan 

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