A stay of execution has been issued for a Texas death row inmate who'd been asking for a delay so he can donate a kidney. Ramiro Gonzalez was scheduled to die by lethal injection tonight. His attorneys said Monday that two potential kidney recipients have been identified, but that's not what led to the stay. The state of Texas objects to Ramirez being allowed to undergo the procedure. However, the Texas Criminal Court of Appeals has now issued a stay citing concerns about an expert witness at Gonzales's trial.