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After the court rejected the accusation of racial bias, a Missouri death row convict can now be executed.

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Black man Kevin Johnson was found guilty of killing a Missouri police officer in 2005. At the time, Johnson was 19 years old, and his daughter, who is now 19 years old, had requested mercy.

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Following Missouri's Supreme Court's denial of charges of racial bias in the case.

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A Black death row inmate's execution could take place on Tuesday night after it was decided that there would be no success in legal objections.

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The early state treatment of the Kevin Johnson case, according to Special Prosecutor Edward Keenan, was riddled with "racist prosecuting methods,"

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"which contributed to his conviction and execution for the 2005 murder of a Missouri police officer. Johnson was 19 when he was taken into custody.

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By a 5-2 margin, the majority found Keenan's arguments to be "essentially merely repackaged versions of the arguments Johnson has often raised."

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Nothing in the Special Prosecutor's motion significantly alters these claims or increases the chances of success over what they have in the past.

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