Donnie Johnson suffocated his wife in 1984 in Memphis and has been on death row for more than three decades. He has asked Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee to commute his sentence to life without parole because he is now a changed man.
More info on Tennessee execution: Memphis killer to be executed Thursday is now on death watch
COVID-19 could disrupt U.S. executions for months
Two executions have been postponed in Texas this month, and it's possible the coronavirus pandemic could disrupt several more.
Martin Luther King's son asks Alabama to halt cop killer's execution
Martin Luther King III recalled the 1965 march on Selma where civil rights activists were beaten and killed. He wrote: 'Under your watch, Alabama is about to produce yet another tragic injustice.' ...