In Terre Haute, Indiana, the federal prison has slated a second federal prisoner to be executed tonight for a murder in Texas. A court condemned Alfred Bourgeois for torturing and killing his two-year-old daughter at Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi. His lawyers argue that the speed at which the federal government is executing prisoners is unconstitutional. Texas law requires that defendants get 90-days notice of their execution. Indiana gave Bourgeois three weeks.