'This is the cold machinery of the Death Penalty in America,' the reality star, 41, said. 'In just over two weeks, an innocent man could be put to death. My heart breaks for Julius and so many others who have suffered from such tragic miscarriage of justice.'
The execution of Jones, 41, is slated for Thursday in connection with the fatal 1999 shooting of businessman Paul Howell amid a carjacking; Jones said he was framed by his co-defendant Christopher Jordan, who gave testimony against him and has been released from prison following a 15-year sentence.
The latest: Kim Kardashian, 41, took to Twitter Monday to detail the execution process days ahead of scheduled execution of Oklahoma inmate Julius Jones. She was snapped in NYC in 2019
Kardashian, who has been an outspoken advocate of criminal justice reform in recent years, detailed what Jones is facing ahead of his slated execution on Thursday.
'I want to share with you what the process of the execution is like in Oklahoma,' Kardashian wrote. '#JuliusJones has been on death watch for more than 2 weeks. In preparation for his execution on Nov. 18, he is alone in his prison cell just feet away from the executioner’s chamber.'
Kardashian noted how Jones 'has been strip searched, x-rayed, and issued a new set of clothes, shoes, mattress & bedding,' and 'is being closely monitored by staff,' as 'every meal he has and every liquid he consumes is logged.'
Kardashian said that Jones has 'designated who will receive his remains' and his 'personal property' following his execution, adding that his 'organs are not eligible for donation' under state law.
The reality star, who has been an outspoken advocate of criminal justice reform in recent years, posted a series of tweets addressing the technical process authorities in Oklahoma use in implementing the death penalty
The execution of Jones, 41, is slated for Thursday in