In Rare Act, Tx. Board Urges Sparing Death Row Man

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In an unusual action, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles voted 5-1 yesterday to commute the death sentence of mentally ill inmate Kelsey Patterson, who is scheduled for execution tonight, reports the Houston Chronicle. The board’s recommendation of a life sentence goes to Gov. Rick Perry. “I can still hardly believe it, but I’ll
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