Alan Wade (D.O.B 22/05/1987) had a criminal history as a juvenile but he became locally infamous right after his 18th birthday when he was charged, and later convicted, alongside 3 other young people of the home invasion, robbery, kidnapping and murder of a retired couple in 2005 in Jacksonville, FL. The group allegedly entered the house to steal the credit cards, eventually leaving with the couple tied up in the trunk of their own car, driving them to a pre-drugged shallow grave where they were buried alive.
He became the youngest inmate on Florida death row when he was sentenced to death (twice!) at 20 years old in 2008. He is still sitting on death row fighting his convictions and death sentences.
Since his incarceration, he has been focusing on educating himself and he developed a strong interest for art.
Alan Wade art is extremely rare as he only sends it to one person. This charcoal drawing is of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Bomber (also sentenced to death). It is signed on the bottom righthand corner and Alan has written “Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (charcoal) 2017” on the back.