Gilbert Ray Postelle, who was convicted of killing James “Donnie” Swindle Jr., Amy Wright, Terry Smith and James Alderson in Oklahoma City on Memorial Day in 2005; Postelle was one of 10 people charged in the Memorial Day 2005 slayings and subsequent cover-up attempt.
Nicholas Alexander Davis, who was convicted of killing 17-year-old Marcus Smith in Oklahoma City in 2004.
Raymond Eugene Johnson, who was convicted in Tulsa County of killing Brooke Whitaker and her infant daughter in 2007.
The high court Monday also refused to allow Bobbi Parker, the former prison warden's wife who was convicted of helping a convict escape, to file an appeal without paying court fees. The court gave Parker until Oct. 22 to pay the docketing fee and file a petition.