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Prisoner’s Last Words Revealed Before Becoming Last Inmate To Die In ‘Conveyor Belt’ Executions

Facing death can’t be an easy thing. Imagine being on death row for years.

You know that at some point, your time will run out and you will be put to death.

Most people on death row don’t get much sympathy from their victims. Some inmates don’t even show any remorse for their crimes.

Being remorseful doesn’t undo the wrong – but it may give the families some closure or satisfaction.

But Kenneth Williams, 38, an Arkansas death row inmate was remorseful in his final words to his daughter.

Williams was in prison serving a life sentence for murdering Dominique Hurd in 1998. Read the full story here ▶