Category Archives: capital punishment

Adventus Christi

Adventus. Advent. That period of time we have come to know as the lead up to Christmas and the coming of Christ. But over the years, it has become much more than the start of the Christian calendar and the … Continue reading

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Looking Death in the eye…in the Courtroom.

Well, the jury has been selected, the witnesses sworn in, the defense team has had its last minute meetings to tie up loose ends.  And tomorrow, the trial begins.  The State of Texas is seeking to kill one of its … Continue reading

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A Few Bad Apples

Yesterday afternoon, I was on the streets of Fort Worth, interviewing homeless men and women regarding one of my cases. The topic of the police came up and I made a comment about how I assumed the homeless in that … Continue reading

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A Prayer for the Dead and Dying

Tonight I pray for the families of Craig Turski, Gregory Martin and Gus Garcia. Craig and Gregory were senselessly shot down during separate robberies. Gus was convicted of the shooting of Mr. Turski. He was also suspected of the murder … Continue reading

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