He was 19 when he was sentenced to death row. Now, his 19-year-old daughter is suing to attend his execution after a judge ruled she's too young to observe.

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A federal judge ruled that Khorry Ramey, 19, cannot watch her father's execution because she is too young.
Kevin Johnson was sentenced to death in 2015 for killing a police officer.
Johnson was 19 at the time of the crime that led to his death sentence.
A federal judge ruled on Friday that a 19-year-old woman cannot watch her father's execution because she is too young.
Kevin Johnson was sentenced to death in 2015 for killing a police officer when he was also 19.
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However, his daughter Khorry Ramey is prevented from attending her father's execution after US District Judge Brian Wimes ruled in a ruling on Friday that a state law banning anyone under the age of 21 from spectating executions is constitutional.
The ACLU has filed a lawsuit on Ramey's behalf to challenge the constitutionality of the law.
Wimes said in a letter in his ruling that Ramey has failed to show that the law is unconstitutional and that "it is in the public interest to allow states to enforce their laws and administer state prisons without judicial intervention," court documents show.
A lawyer for Johnson said the judge's decision not to let Ramey see her father's execution was "ironic" because Johnson was the same age at the time of the crime.
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“It is ironic that Kevin was 19 when he committed this crime and they still want to go ahead with this execution but they will not allow his daughter who is 19 at this time because she is too young is," Johnson's attorney, Shawn Nolan, told reporters, according to NBC.
Johnson, now 37, was found guilty of the 2005 murder of William McCentee. McCentee was a 43-year-old police officer with the Kirkwood Police Department in Missouri. Johnson was accused of shooting McCentee in his car while responding to a fireworks call that went off at an apartment building, according to Officer Down Memorial Page.
Ramey said in a statement that she was "heartbroken" at not being able to witness her father's execution, according to NBC.
"I am heartbroken not to be with my father in his final moments," Ramey said in the statement.
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Ramey also said that her father "worked very hard to redeem himself in prison" and that she hoped Missouri Gov. Mike Parson would grant him clemency.
Ramey said in the statement that she believes witnessing the execution would help her begin her grieving process.
"I am my father's closest living relative and he is mine, apart from my young son," Ramey said in the statement. "If my father died in the hospital, I would stay by his side, hold his hand and pray until he died."
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