On Friday, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles denied him clemency, which included pleadings from Mitesh Patel, the son of the man Young killed in , during a botched robbery. The page complaint compares Young's case to that of Thomas Whitaker , whom the Board unanimously recommended clemency for in February, the first in Texas since The cases were similar because both men were supported by their victims' families: Whitaker's father, who Whitaker planned to have killed alongside his mother and brother, petitioned the BPP to spare his son's life. Friday's filing alleged racism was to blame for the decision and requested a stay of execution so that Young's counsel could examine the BPP members "under oath and ascertain whether what appears to be the driving force in this case was in fact the driving force.
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It involves crafting a storyline that's straightforward enough to engage younger viewers yet sufficiently sophisticated that it keeps the attention of the parents and older siblings who accompany them. This peculiar alchemy eludes the filmmakers behind The Kid Who Would Be King, a fantasy-adventure inspired by Arthurian legends that, although perfectly entertaining for children in the age bracket, may be a bore and a chore for adults. It skims along the surface, always taking the obvious path, never courting interesting possibilities, and trumpeting trite messages about friendship, truth, and belief in self. Those ideas are laudable but good movies find ways to integrate them into the subtext rather than having characters make speeches about them. The narrative, aside from running about 30 minutes too long, features only one mild surprise - and that doesn't happen until past the midway point.
Share this article Share In Naked and Afraid, which debuted on Sunday night, a man and a woman are each week sent to a remote jungle for 21 days with no food, water or clothes. They are only allowed one personal item each and have to rely on their wits to get through. Some critics have said the show marks a new low in reality TV, but the show's producers have denied they are being 'exploitative' Unfair: