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    Cathy B

    In today’s Washington Post:
    Convicted killer of 3 in Houston asking for execution delay. Mr. Charles is scheduled to die tomorrow May 12, 2015 by lethal injection in Texas. He was convicted 13 years ago, at the age of 19 for killing his 15 year old girl friend, her mother and her grandfather 13 years ago in 2002. Mr. Charles attorneys are requesting a halt to his execution on the grounds that “Mr. Charles is mentally incompetent for execution” and they need time and court-approved money to pursue those claims. Texas is the number one state in this country for lethal executions and this one would be the seventh one in 2015. Do you think someone who committed such a vile crime, pleaded guilty, had an extensive juvenile record, and burglary conviction should not be executed on the grounds of mental incompetence?

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