Terrell Unit

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Allan B. Polunsky Unit - History
... The Terrell Unit opened in November 1993 ... the death penalty, as the state's death row inmates were housed at the Ellis Unit in Huntsville ... Martin Gurule, a death row inmate in the Ellis Unit, escaped ...

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