Supreme Court says Texas death row inmate can have spiritual adviser 'lay hands' on him and pray aloud

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that a Texas death row inmate could have his spiritual adviser pray aloud and “lay hands” on him during the execution, establishing new guidelines that will govern similar requests in other prisons across the country.



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