In essence, the Law of Parties criminalizes presence, not actions.
Under U.S. Law, as announced by the Supreme Court in its 1982 Edmunds v Florida decision, a death-sentence for one who killed no one, nor intended to, nor assisted in such a killing was a violation of the 8th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution.
But again - this is Texas.
This is the same state that ruled in the Herrera case that innocence is irrelevant; that poisoned the Black activist Shaka Sankofa (born Gary Graham); that twice violated court orders from the US Supreme Court in the Miller-El cases; and that sent George W. (as in Warmonger) Bush to the White House.
These items are noted, of course, to make clear the very real danger that Kenneth Foster, Jr. faces.
A young Black man - an innocent man - on Death Row - in Texas!
Kenneth (also known by his adopted name, Haramia KiNassor) is a talented writer, poet, and father of an adorable 10 year old girl named Nydesha.
Help free her dad.