CCM plans to introduce reenactments of each and every crime leading to a scheduled execution in Texas in the days preceding it. We will attempt to interview the Prosecution and Investigators involved in each case as well as those persons who believe in the innocence of the accused, if any. We have already requested interviews with Death Row inmates facing an upcoming execution date and have conducted one of those with Cleve Foster, who recently received his third stay of execution from the U.S. Supreme Court.
On today, May 3, 2011, at or around six (6) o’clock, Cary Kerr is scheduled to be put to death in the State of Texas, and if his appeals are not successful, he will become Texas’ third death row inmate to be executed this year. Nobody can blame Cary Kerr for being nervous about being the first person to be put to death by the State of Texas with the "new” drug pentobarbital. That is probably why his argument to the U.S. Supreme Court is about the drug and not about the crime. Kerr was charged with rape and murder.
CCM is relieved that Mr. Foster will live to fight another battle. His conviction on murder charges based on the fact that his roommate, the actual killer, was too small to move the victim’s body to the place to where it was found and because the position of her arms and legs indicated having been carried by two persons, leaves much doubt as to the justification for the execution of Cleve Foster. We are aware that a jury of his peers found him guilty and that the standard posed to them was guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, however and as Mr.
As September 20, 2011 is steadily approaching we find ourselves asking, “Is Texas about to execute an innocent man?” There is nothing worse than an innocent man, woman or child being murdered cold-bloodedly and the equivalent to this would be an innocent person being convicted of a crime that they did not commit and sentenced to death.
On April 5th, 2011, Cleve Foster is scheduled to die for his participation in the murder of Nyanuer “Mary” Pal and Chicano Channel Magazine (CCM) requested and obtained permission to interview him on March, 16th, 2011 at the Polunsky Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Livingston, Texas.
On February 15th, 2011, Texas will execute Micheal Wayne Hall for the murder of Amy Robinson on February 15,1998. Hall’s accomplice in the murder Robert Neville Jr , has already been executed. All three worked at a Kroger in Fort Worth Texas at the time of the murder and it is well-documented that the victim was mentally challenged. Hall’s defense was that he too was mentally challenged to the point that he did not know the consequences of his actions at the time of the murder , which of course he lost in the appeals process. He was attempting to use the U.S.