UPDATE: Tonight the State of Texas put to death Carl Wayne Buntion, the first execution in the state in over six months. At age 78, Buntion is the oldest person executed by the State of Texas. We are grateful to his attorneys, who fought valiantly to stop his execution, and to everyone who supported Buntion’s […]
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In this edition of our monthly alert, you’ll find details on a new film about the true Texas story of Cameron Todd Willingham, as well as coverage of two recent reports, the debut novel of attorney David R. Dow, and the stay of execution for Dexter Johnson.
In this edition of our monthly alert, you’ll find information about Texas executions, U.S. Supreme Court developments, updates on the 86th Texas Legislature, and details on special events taking place around the state.
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, you’ll find updates on the scheduled execution of Chris Young as well as the cases of Bobby Moore and Andre Thomas. You’ll also find details about a recent public opinion poll on the death penalty in Texas and party platform positions on capital punishment.
In this edition of our monthly e-newsletter, you’ll find information about two scheduled executions in June, as well as recent developments in the death penalty cases of Alfred Dewayne Brown and Paul David Storey, among others. We’ve also included a link to a new memoir from Michelle Lyons, who witnessed nearly 300 executions during her tenure with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Yesterday, May 16, the State of Texas executed Juan Castillo for the 2003 murder of Tommy Garcia, Jr. in Bexar County. Despite significant evidence of false testimony, both the United States Supreme Court and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rejected Castillo’s final appeal. Castillo’s petition for clemency was denied by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. […]
In this edition of our monthly e-newsletter, you’ll find information about executions, clemency campaign efforts, and announcements about upcoming events and new resources.