Kenneth Foster's execution is scheduled for Aug. 30.
A jury found him responsible for the 1996 death of 25-year-old Michael LaHood Jr. in San Antonio.
Supporters dropped off a stack of petitions to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles Wednesday to get its members to rethink the law of parties in Kenneth Foster's case.
The law convicts someone by association in a crime.
In this case, it's a crime Foster said he didn't commit.
From Conversation Booth 23 and possibly 2 weeks of conversations left, Kenneth Foster said he is fighting with and for every breath.
"I want you to realize that you're going to kill a man who hasn't killed anybody," Foster said.
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