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Hank Skinner hopes a court rules to allow post-conviction DNA testing in his case. He is scheduled to be executed on Wednesday.

Hank Skinner has been pleading with the state of Texas since 2001 — to no avail — to test DNA evidence he believes will prove his innocence. On Wednesday, he is set to walk into the execution chamber in Huntsville to face the ultimate punishment for three murders that he maintains he did not commit. Read more»