Quintin Jones, an inmate on death row in Texas, has nine days left to live. He admits to murdering his great-aunt in 1999. The family has forgiven him and opposes the execution.

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  1. What are the chances a white republican governor of Texas is going to save a black man from death row… I mean 🤔

  2. The death penalty never gives the victims justice. It's never administered equally. It is never humane. It does not heal. It robs communities and families. It doesn't bring the victims back. All it does is make killers and monsters out of us.

  3. Why you're pretending to be blind about what's happening in Sheikh Jarrah and Palestine, Kids are dying, why you show people only what you want them to see !!

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  5. His aunt deserve to live and he took that away from her he was also involved in two other killings but was never charged he made his choice now he has to pay for it

  6. The racist blue lives matter movement and their political hacks act as though they are about law and order. In reality, they're racists that help create the ghettos that Qunitin and many others grow up in, then the law and order folks throw the books at the victims of poverty. But killing your aunt is a terrible crime, yet life in jail is punishment enough! But don't need God for this one, just human logic, empathy and intellectual curiosity.

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