"What's hard is that I've come to care for him like a brother, and I won't be able to say goodbye," she said.
"Being on death row, it's a very difficult place to be. It's a place to despair," she said. "Most people are coming to terms with themselves, what they've done with their lives. ... In order for men on the row to be able to grow, they need to have contact with their friends and family and the people who are going to support them and dealing with all those emotions."