One of the remaining notorious “Texas 7″ gang members on death row has lost a court appeal. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rejected Randy Halprin’s claims challenging the validity of his conviction and death sentence.
One of the infamous “Texas 7″ fugitive gang has won an appeal at the U.S. Supreme Court and will have his death sentence reviewed.
The leader of a group of prison escapees that became known as the Texas Seven is dead. At 6:22 p.m. Wednesday, the state of Texas executed George Rivas, the highest profile death row inmate in years.
George Rivas already was saddled with 17 life prison terms when he told a Dallas County jury he deserved death for organizing the largest-ever jailbreak from a Texas prison and then killing an Irving police office
Two of the notorious “Texas 7″ prison escapees have lost federal court appeals, moving them a step closer to execution for killing an Irving police officer more than a decade ago after breaking out of a South Texas prison.
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