Robert Diamond Pennsylvania Death Row

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Robert Diamond was sentenced to death by the State of Pennsylvania for a double murder at a workplace. According to court documents Robert Diamond would shoot and kill two people: Angel Guadalupe and Reginald Woodson at the Simon & Schuster warehouse in Bristol. Prosecutors believe that Robert Diamond believed that minority workers were getting him in trouble at the warehouse. Robert Diamond would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death

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Robert Diamond 2021 Information

NameName Type
ROBERT DIAMONDCommit Name
ROBERT DIAMONDTrue Name
ROBERT J DIAMONDAlso Known As

Parole Number: HZ8400
Age: 45
Date of Birth: 10/12/1975
Race/Ethnicity: WHITE
Height: 5′ 10″
Gender: MALE
Citizenship: USA
Complexion: LIGHT
Current Location: PHOENIX

Permanent Location: PHOENIX
Committing County: BUCKS

Robert Diamond More News

Bucks County judge today sentenced Robert Diamond, a mentally ill Bristol man, to death for the Aug. 1 shootings outside the Simon & Schuster warehouse in Bristol.

Judge Rea B. Boylan pronounced the sentence after hearing four days of evidence against Diamond, who had pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of first-degree murder.

Diamond, 33, showed no emotion as Boylan condemned him to death. His family members left the courthouse without commenting.

Diamond admitted shooting to death Angel Guadalupe, 46, of Falls Township; and Reginald Woodson, 52, of Willingboro, N.J., outside the warehouse where he once worked. Prosecutors contended that Diamond acted in part out of racially tinged malice toward minority workers at the warehouse, who he believed had conspired to get him into trouble on the job.

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District Attorney Michelle Henry, who prosecuted the case herself, called the death sentence “the only just verdict.”

But defense attorney Barnaby Wittels, who had argued that Diamond’s longtime mental illness was behind the shootings, angrily denounced the judge afterward, calling it a “travesty of justice” and “against the law.”

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