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May 16, 2006

Capital drama in Tennessee and Texas

The death penalty drama has been thick in both Tennessee and Texas this week.  Here's the latest:

"We were all ready for this to happen," fumed Adolph Peña, who had planned to witness the execution tonight in Huntsville with his wife, Melissa. "You talk about cruel? ... We've been waiting 13 years for this son of a bitch to be executed.  It's time for him to be executed."

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