Some of the inmates still don't accept accountability for their actions even with their last words. Many of them do. Many of the inmates ask for forgiveness and thank their family or friends for their support. Some of them don't have anything to say at all.
We can't decide whether reading them is an interesting examination of the human state, or just a sad expense of time. As you read the last words, if you're like us, you have empathy for these people. Their sincerity of statement often leads us to believe they truly are repentant for their acts, but as you find yourself in this frame of mind, take a moment to "Offender information" link where you can see the heinous acts committed by the individuals. Then, we each have to come to our own conclusion on whether or not this inmate should have died for their crimes.
Below I've shared a few of the last words:
Sending me to a better place. I am alright with this, you have to live and die by the choices that we make. I have made mine. I love you Renee, I am gonna carry your heart and always carry my heart in your heart. I am ready.
To my family, to my mom, I love you. God bless you, stay strong. I'm done.
See the Texas Department of Justice website here.