Grandmother calls Texas death row inmate who wants to donate a kidney ‘very brave’

A grandmother who might receive the kidneys of a death row inmate calls the convicted killer ‘brave.’ 

Judy Frith, a grandmother and cancer survivor in Washington state, is seeking to potentially receive the kidneys of Ramiro Gonzales, who was convicted in 2006 in the rape and murder of 18-year-old Bridget Townsend.

‘It’s very rare to find somebody that wants to do a live donation in the first place,’ Frith said in an interview with NewsNation. ‘It’s very brave. I think it would be a shame if…

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