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Convicted and sentenced to death in the ice-pick slaying of a Houston woman in 1979. Bibles appellate attorneys argued that executing Bible would serve no purpose, since he is no longer a threat to society.
Bible has Parkinsons and is confined to a wheelchair. His attorneys objected to the trial judges instructions to the jury and argued that Davila did not intentionally kill the victims.
Condemned following his conviction in the slaying of his girlfriend in 2000.
The two, who rented a home together, spent an evening at the Bustin' Loose nightclub in Sulphur Springs.
Acker said she died when she jumped from their truck and was accidentally hit.
However, his execution was stayed by a district court judge, to allow time to investigate claims that fellow death row inmate Larry Swearingen had tried to persuade Shore to confess to the crime for which Swearingen was sentenced to death.
Swearingen, who was scheduled to be executed in November 2017, also received a stay. Convicted of killing a Montgomery College coed in 1998 and dumping her body in the Sam Houston National Forest. After years of appellate fights over post-conviction DNA testing, Swearingen filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the state in October 2016 claiming he should be entitled to the DNA testing.
They said a white man with a situation similar to Youngs was recently spared.
The Texas Boards of Pardons and Paroles turned down Youngs request for clemency.