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Kimberly McCarthy sits on death row right now.
She -- -- 71 year old neighbor and then hacked are up with a butcher knife and then bludgeoned her with the candelabra.
Even those rallying to stopper execution -- she probably did it.
She's got innocent.
We're not trying to -- today -- -- but McCartney's lawyer claims that the jury convicted her and sentenced her to death because she is black.
An anti death penalty advocates say her execution should not go forward or any execution for that matter -- point out the US is the only industrialized nation in the west that still has the death penalty.
We have human rights abuses in our country that.
And it -- -- to -- we -- supposed to be disposed to be better than us.
If it does go forward McCarthy will be the fourth woman executed in Texas -- -- says the system isn't perfect.
Twelve people on death row have been exonerated.
Victims' advocate any -- has a very different take on this he was instrumental in getting the state to allow victims families to witness executions.
He says death penalty opponents are looking at the 500 milestone the wrong way.
I think it's imperative that we really recognize the fact that over 500 plus victims.
Have been generated.
By the over 500 murderers who've been put to death by the state of Texas and I think we need to vividly recall.
What these individuals had done in cold blood.
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