After 7 months without executions, Texas has scheduled two people for execution. Meanwhile, we are still waiting on a response from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct to the complaint against Judge Sharon Keller that we sent them that was signed by around 1900 people regarding Keller’s unethical behavior on Sept 25, the last time a person was executed in Texas and in the entire U.S.

From the Houston Chronicle:

At least two condemned Texas inmates already have execution dates following last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding the lethal injection process.

Charles Dean Hood, convicted of a double slaying in the Dallas suburb of Plano more than 18 years ago, and Larry Donnell Davis, condemned for a 1995 robbery-slaying in Amarillo, are set to die, said the Texas Attorney General’s Office, which handles federal appeals involving capital murder cases.

Hood, 38, was set for lethal injection June 17 by State District Judge Curt Henderson. Davis, 40, was set to die July 31 by State District Judge John Board.

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