Monday, October 22, 2012

Execution Watch: Bobby Hines 10/24

Bobby Hines

HUNTSVILLE, Texas --Bobby Hines is the next person whose name appears on the Texas hit list.

Unless Hines receives a stay, his will be the 249th execution under Gov. Rick Perry and the 11th of 2012. Execution Watch will provide coverage and comentary.

Unless a stay is issued, we'll broadcast live:
Wed., Oct. 24, 2012, 6-7 PM Central Time
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BOBBY HINES, 40, was condemned 20 years ago in the robbery-murder of a woman in Dallas. Hines was 19 at the time of the crime. If he does not receive a stay, his will be Texas’s 11th execution of 2012. Background at > Backpage on Hines.

Host: RAY HILL, an ex-convict and activist who founded -- and hosted for 30 years -- The Prison Show on KPFT. His HMS radio show broadcasts each Wednesday at 2 p.m.:

Legal Analyst: JIM SKELTON, a legal educator, retired attorney and native Texan who has seen capital trials from both the prosecution and defense tables. Joining him will be Houston criminal defense attorneys SUSAN ASHLEY and LARRY DOUGLAS.

Featured Interview: PROF. RICHARD HOLLOWAY, director of criminal justice at Colorado Technical University, where he maintains a blog on the subject. He practiced law for a decade before beginning his teaching career at CTU, where he is a faculty member, program director and assistant director of Education. His areas of special interest include Constitutional law.

Reporter, Outside the Death House, Huntsville: PROF. DENNIS LONGMIRE, who teaches criminal justice at Sam Houston State University.

Reporter, Hanging Tree, Houston: GLORIA RUBAC, founder and leader, Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement,

Reporter, Vigil, Houston: DAVE ATWOOD, founder and former board member, Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty,

On Oct. 31, Texas plans to kill DONNIE ROBERTS. Unless he gets a stay, we will broadcast.

PRODUCER: Elizabeth, eliza.tx.usa
THEME:  By Victoria Panetti, SheMonster International,

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