Duane Buck in 1995 murdered his girlfriend and a guy he suspected of sleeping with her. He also shot his 14 year old sister in the chest (she survived) as she climbed on his back to save her mother. This "maybe" enough to execute the guy if you believe in the death penalty. However, on his recent appeal, the judging panel of 9 voted 6-3 for his lethal injection on the grounds he is black and his race suggests he will kill again. How is the world not totally up in arms? Is this the most racist bizarre thing anyone has ever heard? And all this from a Texan Judicial Committee. Apparently figures suggest black people in Harris County, Texas, who commit the same crimes as white people are three times more likely to be executed.