#BreakingNews — We are saddened to announce the death of our client and friend, #HankSkinner, who passed away on February 16, from complications following surgery in December to remove a brain tumor. #Justice4HankSkinner
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News about Hank
Hank is currently experiencing major health problems. Read on #justice4hank
WHAT YOU CAN DO
#Justice4Hank While the motion for rehearing follows its course and we wait for the decision from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, here’s what you can do to help Hank Skinner
TEXAS DOES IT AGAIN
BREAKING NEWS — Texas Sets a New Execution Date for Hank Skinner #Justice4HankSkinner
BREAKING NEWS — Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Issues Opinion After Three Years #Justice4HankSkinner
News February 27, 2018
After the hearing...
As you know, and while hank’s appeal is on hold with the Court of Criminal Appeals, on January 8th and 9th a hearing took place in the trial court in Pampa to allow both the defense and the state to present their respective interpretations … Continue Reading ››
The case of Hank Skinner in CNN’s Death Row Stories
CNN will broadcast the third Season of the Death Row Stories starting March 2018, featuring Hank Skinner's case in the second episode.
Watch the trailer here:
This season comprises 8 episodes covering 8 cases, including 3 from Texas.
To prepare this episode, CNN … Continue Reading ››
A New Website 4 Hank
Justice4Hank is proud to launch Hank’s new website with an easy access to documents, articles, photos, videos, audios and general information about his case; as well as ideas for all to join in and support Hank in his quest for truth and freedom.
We now include a Continue Reading ››
New! Press Corner
Journalists & bloggers: you have less and less time to come up with topics for you to review and write about; more and more pressure to deliver your work almost instantly. This press corner is for you!
Download our press kit with important documents & photos and use it … Continue Reading ››
News May – June 2016
On May 23, 2016 the State and the Defense filed a joint motion to extend time. On June 8, 2016 the Court of Criminal Appeals issued an order denying the request and instead giving the trial judge thirty days to come back to them with explanations for the points detailed in its order.