Texas death row inmate: If the man is not guilty he needs to walk free ToNIGHT!  otherwise he needs to fry TONIGHT?

I don't get all this stay of execution bullsh!t.

Either he's guilty and needs to pay, or he's innocent and needs to be sent home on the next bus back to town.

The conviction was 20 years ago, he used up his appeals, what exactly came to light as far as new evidence now that it's execution time?

Stay of execution simply means he will stay in prison and not have to face his full punishment.

If it was a bad conviction he needs to be sent home now so he can go back to whatever he was doing when he got arrested

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago
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    he's guilty. fry the pig.

  • martin
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    If it were clear that he was innocent, he'd be out of jail. If it were clear that he deserved the death penalty, they'd execute him. The case must have conflicting evidence.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Since 1973, 144 people on death row have been exonerated.

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