This undated file image released by the Tennessee Department of Correction shows death row inmate Don Johnson. Religious leaders who are asking Gov. Bill Lee to spare Johnson’s life are emphasizing his religious conversion and work as a minister to other prisoners. Johnson was convicted of murdering his wife, Connie Johnson, in 1984 by suffocating her in a Memphis camping center that he managed. The 68-year-old is scheduled to be executed on May 16, 2019. (Tennessee Department of Correction via AP)

Will grace prevail as Tennessee execution looms?

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(RNS) — The daughter of Don Johnson has taken up his case not only to save his life, but to set herself free from the violence that has kept her prisoner.