Governor Roger Wilson will be deciding for the third time if somebody should be executed for murder. It’s up to him to decide if James Chambers receives a lethal injection last night for a murder committed in the early 80s. He allowed two executions while he was lieutenant governor and Governor Carnahan was out of the state. He speculates it is the worst part of being governor. Wilson says he agrees with the death penalty law, and is prepared to do whatever is right.
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