Last night, state and federal courts rejected appeals on behalf of Stanley "Tookie" Williams. Today, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger denied clemency. Williams is scheduled to die by lethal execution at a minute past midnight for the brutal murders of four people in 1979. The Governor issued a five-page statement saying evidence shows Williams to be a "cold blooded killer" who laughed and boasted about his victims--despite William's claim of innocence. In fact, Schwarzenegger says "it is impossible to separate Williams' claim of innocence from his claim of redemption." We hear about the Governor's statement, get a report from San Quentin and look at the political implications.