Tennessee DA seeks death sentence commutation, AG against


              This booking photo provided by the Tennessee Department of Corrections via their Flickr page shows Byron Black. Tennessee's conservative attorney general and Nashville's liberal district attorney are at odds over the possible commutation of a death sentence, in this case whether an inmate is intellectually disabled, precluding him from being executed. The case involves Black, a 66-year-old inmate convicted in the 1988 shooting deaths of girlfriend Angela Clay, 29, and her two daughters, Latoya, 9, and Lakeisha, 6. (Tennessee Department of Corrections via AP)
            
              This booking photo provided by the Tennessee Department of Corrections via their Flickr page shows Byron Black. Tennessee's conservative attorney general and Nashville's liberal district attorney are at odds over the possible commutation of a death sentence, in this case whether an inmate is intellectually disabled, precluding him from being executed. The case involves Black, a 66-year-old inmate convicted in the 1988 shooting deaths of girlfriend Angela Clay, 29, and her two daughters, Latoya, 9, and Lakeisha, 6. (Tennessee Department of Corrections via AP)
Tennessee DA seeks death sentence commutation, AG against