This case, as with many before, shows the problem with "Texas Justice".
Texas is known for executing people quickly. So quickly in fact that evidence gets ignored.
The only conclusion one can reach after examining "Texas Justice" is that they get off on punishing and killing people.
Texas seems to forget the guiding principle of American justice: "It's better to let a 100 guilty men go free than to wrongly punish an innocent man."
Texas is really a kind of legal bizarro world, where right is wrong and wrong is right.