Julius Jones’ life is in the hands of Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma.

Jones is scheduled to be executed on Thursday, and others inmates’ execution dates have been set. The inmates asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit to step in, but the panel consisting of Chief Judge Timothy Tymkovich and Judges Michael Murphy and Nancy Mortiz, declined last week.

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