Did You Know?

Two men and zero women have been

executed in the United States in 2019.

10 Killed in Brazil
Ten teenage football (soccer) players were killed after a fire broke out in their dormitory at a youth team training centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Three other teenagers were taken to the hospital for injuries. According to one of players, the cause of the fire was the air conditioner, however an investigation is ongoing. Please pray for the families of the deceased. Please pray for healing for the injured.
6 Killed in Chile
Extreme rainfall in Chile has led to floods and the reactivation of a waterfall in the Atacama Desert. The waterfall had been dry for a decade. The extreme rainfall has killed at least 6 individuals and has also forced residents to flee their homes, due to the overflowing rivers. Please pray for the families of the deceased. Please pray for all those affected.
4 Killed in Haiti
At least four individuals have been killed, and dozens of others injured during four days of, often, violent protests in the capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince. The protests are against current President Jovenel Moise, with calls for him to step down, after accusations of corruption. Other government officials have also been accused of corruption. Please pray for the families of the deceased. Pleas pray for healing for the injured. Please pray for peace.
Yellow Vest Protests Continue in France
As the protests enter their 13th week, a protester has had his finger blown off after attempting to pick up a rubber pellet grenade. The protests began over fuel taxes in November 2018, and have since evolved as a general protest against President Emmanuel Macron and the political class, who the protesters see as out of touch. Please pray for healing for the injured. Please pray for a resolution.
US Government Funding Talks Stall
If no legislation is passed by Friday, the US government could face another shutdown, three weeks after the last shutdown ended. Please pray for wisdom among the elected officials. Please pray for a resolution.
100 Car Collision in China
At least two individuals have been killed, and 50 others injured, when over 100 vehicles were involved in a pile-up in southwest Guizhou province. While the cause of the accident is under investigation, officials note that the pile-up occurred on slippery roads, with the temperature dropping after a rain. Pleas pray for the families of the deceased. Please pray for the healing of the injured.
97 Children Killed in Democratic Republic of Congo
Last year, an Ebola outbreak began in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It has since resulted in the death of the 97 children, with the number of new cases doubling in January. Over half of those deaths were children under the age of 65. Please pray for the families of the deceased. Please pray for healing for the infected. Please pray that a cure may be found.

January 6, 2019


Scott Raymond Dozier has been on death row in Nevada for the last 10 years.  On Saturday, January 5, 2019, Scott was found hanging dead in his cell in an apparent suicide.  Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.  He was 48 years of age.  Scott was convicted of the murder of 22-year-old Jeremiah Miller on April 18, 2002, in Las Vegas, Nevada. 


Scott had two executions scheduled in the past two years, after he requested that all of his appeals be halted, and his execution allowed to proceed.  Scott repeatedly stated that he wanted to be executed, even as concerns arose surrounding the drugs to be used in the execution.  Scott stated that he was unconcerned if the execution would be painful.  His first execution date in 2017 was stayed after Clark County District Court Judge Jennifer Togliatti ruled that a paralytic drug could not be used in the execution.  His second execution in 2018, was stayed after District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez ruled that midazolam could not be used in the execution.  The company who produced the drug did not want it used in executions and argued that the state of Nevada obtained the drug through subterfuge.


Scott Dozier was sentenced to death for the murder of 22-year-old Jeremiah Miller.  Jeremiah, an associate of Dozier’s had come to Las Vegas with cash in order to purchase a large amount of ephedrine, which was a key ingredient in the making of methamphetamine.  Dozier and Miller met on April 18, 2002, inside a motel on the Las Vegas Strip.  Miller also brought along a suitcase containing $12,000 in cash.


Upon arrival, Dozier killed Miller before cutting his body into pieces and disposing of them.  Dozier then went on a spending spree.  One year later, Miller’s torso, chopped in two, was found by a maintenance worker.  His head, arms, and legs were never recovered.


Dozier was arrested on June 25, 2002, in Phoenix, Arizona.  In 2005, Dozier was sentenced to 22 years in prison for the murder of Jasen Green.  In October of 2007, Dozier was sentenced to death in Nevada for the robbery and murder of Jeremiah Miller.


During Dozier’s 2007 trial, a medical examiner testified that it was likely Miller was shot to death, however, it is impossible to determine.  Upon Dozier’s arrest, police recovered a firearm but were unable to link it to the crime.  


Dozier was also connected to the murder of 27-year-old Jasen Green.  Dozier, then a methamphetamine dealer, become concerned that Jasen was going expose his operation.  Therefore, Dozier killed Jasen and dismembered his body before burying him in Arizona.


Please pray for peace and healing for the families of the Jasen Green and Jeremiah Miller.  Please pray for strength for the family of Scott.


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