One of three men indicted in the 1998 homicide of James Byrd Jr, one of present day America’s most noticeably terrible abhor violations, is to be executed in Texas.

Byrd, a dark man, was beaten, fastened to a truck and hauled for miles by an admitted racial oppressor and two other white men.

His homicide provoked Congress to pass detest wrongdoing enactment in 2009.

John William King, 44, is the second man to be executed over the killing. He has recorded numerous interests for the situation.

On Monday, the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole casted a ballot consistently to deny King a recompense or a 120-day respite.

Last October, the US Supreme Court declined to take up his intrigue. Notwithstanding a very late remain, King will be executed on Wednesday evening at 18:00 neighborhood time (23:00 GMT).

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A self-declared supremacist with a criminal record, King was the primary white man to get a capital punishment for killing a dark man in present day Texas history, as per the New York Times.

Investigators delineated him as the instigator of the gathering of men who assaulted Byrd.

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