Texas Governor Rick Perry, is feeling the heat over a decision he made five years ago to kill a man on death row because he believed the man killed his children in a house fire. Cameron Todd Willingham went all the way to his death declaring his innocence. He died by lethal injection February 17, 2004.
Perry turned away experts, a commissioner and others that told the embattled governor that its possible that the fire possibly was not an arson fire. He has even received updated procedure reports that suggest that it was not arson.
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