Execution Watch to Air Live Coverage Tuesday of State Killing
Martin's Will Be 16th and Final Texas Execution of 2013
Tune in to Execution Watch on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, at 6 p.m. Central
Time, when Texas plans to put to death Jerry Martin.
Watch will broadcast live on 90.1 FM Houston and stream on the internet. The
show starts at 6 p.m. Central Time, the hour when Texas plans to put Martin to
The show, hosted by Ray Hill, will include live reports from
outside the death house in Huntsville, legal analysis of McCoskey's case by top
criminal defense attorneys, and an interview with physician Joel Zivot, who
talks about the ethical responsibilities of MDs around the death penalty. The
live stream of the broadcast may be accessed at http://exeutionwatch.org
Additional information about the case and the planned state
killing may be found on the Execution Watch facebook page, as well as the show
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