Meth, Hypnosis, and Murder: An Incredible True Story of Race and Punishment on Texas’ Death Row

By Casey Tolan Published on 5/10/2016   Two men—one white, one Latino—were charged with killing a woman in a Dallas suburb in 1998. The white defendant pled guilty, served 17 years in prison, and got out on parole a few weeks ago. The Latino defendant claimed he was innocent and was sentenced to death. He… Read More Meth, Hypnosis, and Murder: An Incredible True Story of Race and Punishment on Texas’ Death Row

DEATH ROW NEWS, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

DEATH ROW NEWS                                                                                            SEPTEMBER 11, 2017. “POST HURRICANE HARVEY EFFECTS ON TEXAS DEATH ROW” It has been two weeks since Hurricane Harvey came through south east Texas causing death and destruction across the area. It came through the Houston TX metro area unleashing over 50 inches (4ft!) of rain in two days causing the worst… Read More DEATH ROW NEWS, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017