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IF The DNA Does Not Fit Gregg Abbott's Demonic TX Posse Does Not Acquit,They Execute ?
10 Oct 2013
Modified: 11:09:31 AM
Since it now takes a village to free "America's Most Shunted", we appreciate those special other American's who have seen fit to not allow Hank Skinner and the many others nationwide like him, to be persecuted by Satan's demonic posse's..
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Have elite financed Think Tanks created Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential political election Agenda? .....We do not work for the Have$,only blog about them !

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Hank Skinner's Posthumous Pardon,because Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is Not Fit 2 Acquit http://huff.to/XEPfz4 via @HuffPostChicago

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@NathanLHecht~Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott wants 2 execute Hank Skinner knowing His DNA evidence is lost>Abbott is not Fit 2 Acquit?

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@NathanLHecht~Every1 in certain parts of America would obviously be saying "If the DNA Does Not fit You Must Acquit" or If U lost the DNA ?

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@NathanLHecht~Can only wonder what Justice Nathan Hecht feels about State Of Texas losing~destroying Hank Skinner's crucial exoneration DNA

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@NathanLHecht~We feature Damon Duval's video who has not seen his 2 kids in 5 yrs because he never had proper legal representation in court<

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@NathanLHecht~We applaud all caring U.S. politicos who support little Americans receiving legal representation in Civil Courts across USA*

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@NathanLHecht~Wendy Davis is kissing her lucky stars knowing Nathan L Hecht is not running 4 TX Gov instead of the Devils Lawyer form Hell !

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@NathanLHecht~We applaud Chief Justice Nathan Hecht of the Texas Supreme Court for caring to speak out on underfunding in the peoples courts

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Here are some of the recent efforts I've been involved with on the Texas Supreme Court. http://www.justicenathanhecht.com/media.html

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Hank Skinner
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Children of the Condemned
David Protess | Posted 10.02.2013 | Chicago
Read More: Dna Testing, Texas Death Penalty, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Hank Skinner, Capital Punishment, Crime, Chicago News, Death Penalty, Robert-Meeropol, Torture, Wrongful Convictions, Chicago News

Mounting evidence, including DNA tests the State had fought for more than a decade, strongly supports his claim of innocence. Yet Skinner came within 45 minutes of execution in 2010 and almost died three times this year due to an often-fatal illness.

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Texas Inmate Defies Death As Evidence of Innocence Mounts
David Protess | Posted 09.10.2013 | Chicago
Read More: Anthony McKinney, Dna Testing, Texas Death Penalty, Hank Skinner, Timothy Cole, Wrongful Conviction, Chicago News, Death Penalty, Dna Evidence, Rick Perry, Chicago News

Hank Skinner is in the final round of a fight against two heavyweights. One is the Texas lawmen who want him executed. The other is an often-fatal ailment that saps his strength and leaves him in constant pain. The odds makers give him little chance. Death, after all, is undefeated.

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A Busy Year for the Texas Executioner, but Hank Skinner Eludes Death Again
David Protess | Posted 02.17.2013 | Chicago
Read More: Texas Death Penalty, Wrongful Conviction, Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Executions, Capital Punishment, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Case, Chicago News

On death row for 18 Christmases, Hank Skinner has outlived more than 400 condemned men and women. How? Turns out the evidence was not what it seemed.

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Witness Implicates Alternative Suspect in Texas Death Penalty Case
David Protess | Posted 07.09.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Hank Skinner, Texas, Dna, Death Penalty, Capital Punishment, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Dna Testing, Hank Skinner Trial, Chicago News

The 18-year debate over Hank Skinner's guilt or innocence will likely continue to rage, with both sides questioning results that challenge their point of view about the case.

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Key Evidence Vanishes in Condemned Man's Case: Let's Help Texas Find It
David Protess | Posted 08.15.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Hank Skinner, Hank Skinner Missing Windbreaker, Hank Skinner Case, Hank Skinner Evidence, Hank Skinner Evidence Missing, Hank Skinner Windbreaker, Hank Skinner Dna Testing, Chicago News

Texas lawmen, after spending more than a decade fighting DNA testing in the Skinner case before relenting two weeks ago, made a stunning admission on Tuesday: They lost a piece of the evidence.

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Texas Finally Agrees to DNA Testing for Condemned Man. What Took So Long?
David Protess | Posted 08.04.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Capital Punishment, Death Penalty, Texas Death Row, Hank Skinner Dna, Hank Skinner Dna Testing, Hank Skinner Death Row, Chicago News

Since Oct. 9, 2001, when Henry "Hank" Skinner's lawyers filed their first motion for DNA testing, Texas lawmen have stood in the way, saying Skinner is guilty and his request is simply a stalling tactic. Turns out the lawmen were stalling.

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Man Who Came Within An Hour Of Execution Granted DNA Test
AP | NOMAAN: MERCHANT | Posted 06.03.2012 | Crime
Read More: Hank Skinner, Twila Busby, Death Row Inmate Dna Test, Video, Hank Skinner Death Row Dna Test, Hank Skinner Dna Test, Hank Skinner Death Row, Hank Skinner Innocent, Twila Busby Murder, Hank Skinner Appeal, Texas Death Row Dna Test, Crime News

DALLAS -- A man condemned for the New Year's Eve slayings of his girlfriend and her two sons will get new DNA testing after the Texas attorney general...

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Texas Lawman to High Court: DNA Testing "Frivolous" in Death Penalty Case
David Protess | Posted 07.04.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Wrongful Conviction, Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Death Penalty, Rick Perry, Hank Skinner Dna Testing, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Chicago News

If the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals grants the motion for DNA testing, a little blood and sweat on a jacket may be the difference between life and death for Hank Skinner. Could anything be less frivolous?

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The Texas D.A.s Who Denied Hank Skinner Justice
David Protess | Posted 07.09.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Texas, Hank Skinner, Dna Testing, Crime, Nancy Grace, Wrongful Conviction, Chicago News, Death Penalty, Rick Perry, Republicans, Lynn Switzer, Harold Comer, Rick Roach, John Mann, Chicago News

Yesterday, the Texas high court agreed to decide whether a new state DNA law applies to Skinner's case -- or if he should be executed without the tests. So how did we get to this point?

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Texas Death Row Inmate Granted Stay Of Execution
The Huffington Post | Luke Johnson | Posted 01.07.2012 | Politics
Read More: Texas Death Penalty, Capital Punishment, Skinner, Hank Skinner Execution, Rick Perry Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Rick Perry, Hank Skinner, Video, Hank Skinner Texas, Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Texas Death Row, Hank Skinner Rick Perry, Texas Death Row, Politics News

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted a stay of execution to death row inmate Hank Skinner Monday, who was scheduled to be executed Nov. 9. ...

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What Texas Isn't Telling You About Hank Skinner's Case
David Protess | Posted 01.07.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Wrongful Conviction, Chicago News, Death Penalty, Crime, Rick Perry, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Chicago News

Prosecutors swear up and down that they are acting on principle, that Hank Skinner had his chance for DNA testing and blew it, like a guilty man would.

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Time Is Not on Texas Condemned Man's Side
David Protess | Posted 01.03.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Wrongful Conviction, Chicago News, Death Penalty, Crime, Rick Perry, George W. Bush, Post-Conviction-Dna-Testing, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Chicago News

Governor Perry seems to have his own problems lately. Why add the execution of Hank Skinner, a possibly innocent man, to the list?

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Willful Ignorance In Texas Execution?
Radley Balko | Posted 01.03.2012 | Politics
Read More: Texas, Hank Skinner, Dna Testing, Hank Skinner Texas, Death Penalty Debate, Texas Death Penalty, Death Penalty, Criminal Justice, Rick Perry Death Penalty, Medill Innocence Project, Innocence, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Politics News

A week from today, Texas death row inmate Henry "Hank" Skinner is scheduled to be executed for the 1995 murders of Twila Busby and her two adult sons....

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Test the DNA
Diann Rust-Tierney | Posted 01.02.2012 | Politics
Read More: Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Death Penalty, Death Penalty Texas, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Politics News

Hank Skinner has an execution date set for November 9, 2011. But he has cases pending in federal and state courts to compel the State of Texas to conduct DNA tests on all of the untested evidence in his case.

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When a Child Vanishes in the Night
David Protess | Posted 01.01.2012 | Chicago
Read More: Elizabeth Smart, Crime, Baby Lisa Irwin, Wrongful Conviction, Chicago News, Jaclyn Dowaliby, Kansas City News, JonBenet Ramsey, Missing Children, Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Death Penalty, Rick Perry, Chicago News

As I've watched the drama unfold surrounding 11-month old Lisa Irwin, who vanished overnight on Oct. 3, my thoughts have turned to an eerily similar case.

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Texas Must Test DNA Before Carrying Out Skinner Execution
Kirk Bloodsworth | Posted 12.28.2011 | Crime
Read More: Dna Testing, Post Conviction DNA Testing, Capital Punishment, Hank Skinner, Troy Davis Execution, Kirk Bloodsworth, Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Troy Davis, Crime News

I do not know if Mr. Skinner is innocent or guilty -- but I do know firsthand the critical importance of DNA testing. Nearly twenty years ago, I became the first person in the U.S. exonerated from death row when post-conviction DNA testing proved my innocence.

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Public Officials Call On Rick Perry To Allow DNA Testing For Questionable Execution
The Huffington Post | Luke Johnson | Posted 12.28.2011 | Politics
Read More: Texas Death Penalty, Dna Testing, Dna, Rick Perry Texas, Capital Punishment, Republican Candidates, Cameron Todd Willingham, Execution, 2012 Elections, Elections 2012, Rick Perry Death Penalty, Perry Execution, Rick Perry Execution, Rick Perry, Texas Criminal Courts, Texas, Hank Skinner, Video, Henry Skinner, Death Penalty, Texas Execution, Greg Abbott, Dna Evidence, Perry Death Penalty, Politics News

A group of current and former lawmakers, judges and lawyers is calling on Texas Gov. Rick Perry to grant DNA testing for a convicted murderer with an ...

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Keeping You Posted: Is Texas About to Kill an Innocent Man? Also, the Subpoena That Keeps on Giving
David Protess | Posted 12.25.2011 | Chicago
Read More: Anthony McKinney, Hank Skinner, DNA Tests, Wrongful Conviction, Death Penalty, The Reader, Casey Anthony, Rick Perry, Anita Alvarez, Michael Miner, Medill Innocence Project, Chicago News

Even if Perry intervenes simply to prevent Hank Skinner's death from becoming a campaign issue, the most he can do under Texas law at this point is grant a 30-day reprieve.

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Texas to Condemned Man: Execution First, DNA Later
David Protess | Posted 12.04.2011 | Chicago
Read More: Lynn Switzer, Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Post Conviction DNA Testing, DNA Test, Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Rick Perry, Troy Davis, Chicago News

Hank Skinner is scheduled to die in a month -- while two judges continue to contemplate whether he can test the evidence that might clear him.

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Why Americans Still Support The Death Penalty
Radley Balko | Posted 11.28.2011 | Politics
Read More: Dna Testing, Texas, Hank Skinner, Capital Punishment, Death Penalty, Lethal Injection, Death Penalty Support, Innocence Project, Troy Davis, Rick Perry, Politics News

It has long been the conventional wisdom on both sides of the death penalty debate that if a state or the federal government were ever shown to have e...

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When Did Convicting the Guilty Become More Important Than Exonerating the Innocent?
Judge H. Lee Sarokin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Exoneration, Hank Skinner, Douglas Warney, Henry Skinner, Anthony McKinney, Dna, Prof. David Protess, Medill Innocence Project, Medill Innocence Project Mckinney, Compensation Wrongfully Convicted, Politics News

To foreclose evidence that might prove innocence is not in keeping with the duty of prosecutors. The same vigor that goes into convicting the guilty should be exerted in exonerating the innocent.

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Is the Supreme Court Going "Soft on Crime"?
Judge H. Lee Sarokin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Exoneration, Hank Skinner, Dna Testing, Soft on Crime, Death Penalty, Medill Innocence Project, Post-Conviction Relief, Anthong McKinney, Habeas Corpus, Politics News

The Supreme Court has ruled in the case of Hank Skinner that he has the right to pursue DNA testing under federal civil rights laws. This case was a no-brainer to begin with, why did it go all the way to the Supreme Court?

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Supreme Court Rules Death Row Inmate Has Right To Seek DNA Testing
AP | MICHAEL GRACZYK | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Supreme Court, Hank Skinner, Scotus Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Scotus, Supreme Court Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Supreme Court, Hank Skinner Ruling, Scotus, Death Penalty, Hank Skinner Decision, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Politics News

HOUSTON — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday for a Texas inmate sentenced to die for killing his girlfriend and her two adult sons nearly two d...

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Hank Skinner Death Penalty Case: Texas Jurors Reconsider Verdict
Aol News | Medill Innocence Project | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Death Penalty, Capital Punishment, Hank Skinner, Hank Skinner Death Penalty, Politics News

In March 1995, a jury left a Fort Worth, Texas, courthouse having unanimously decided that DNA testing and compelling testimony led to an inescapable ...

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Texas and Gov. Perry Apparently Indifferent to the Execution of a Possibly Innocent Man
Judge H. Lee Sarokin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Dna Testing, Hank Skinner, Gov.Perry, Texas Courts, Execution, Triple Homicide, Death Penalty, Medill Innocence Project, Politics News

The State of Texas has taken the phrase: "Better that 100 (or 10) men go free than one innocent person be convicted" and turned it on its head.

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