A recent series of executions in Arkansas could conclude tonight if the state puts inmate Kenneth Williams to death. He is currently scheduled for lethal injection at 7pm, and his attorneys are spending the day exploring last-minute legal options for a stay. By early afternoon, Williams had lost all claims to the state Supreme Court but still had a complaint pending in Circuit Court of Pulaski County claiming that he is at high risk for a painful death from the three-drug lethal injection cocktail due to sickle cell trait, Lupus and organic brain damage. His supporters have also claimed that Williams has a low I.Q. (70) and should not be eligible for the death penalty.