The blow-dried one has blocked release of the advisory memo claiming the release of the memo would violate the attorney-client privilege. Prior to the state-sponsored murder of Mr. Willingham, the governor's office received a forensics report indicating that the fire that killed Mr. Willingham's children could not be proven to be the result of arson.
Ironically enough, in 2003, Gov. Perry did not object to the release of execution memoranda written for his predecessor, George W. Bush. Those memoranda were released.