On September 15th 2011 the prison kitchen in Huntsville Texas prepared it's last, last meal for Texas death row inmate Lawrence Brewer, one of the three men convicted of the 1998 dragging death of James Byrd Jr. in Jasper Texas. Before Brewer was executed in the Huntsville Unit, he was given his last meal he requested. It consisted of: two chicken-fried steaks with gravy, a triple meat bacon cheeseburger, egg and cheese omelet with ground beef, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers and jalapenos, a bowl of fried okra, one pound of barbecued sliced brisket meat with half a loaf of bread, three fajitas, a meat-lover’s pizza, one pint of Blue Bell Ice Cream Rock Road, some peanut butter fudge and three ice cold root beers. All the food was prepared and delivered to him, however Brewer refused to eat any of it. He was making a mockery of the system. The "last request" so angered State Senator John Whitmire chairman of the Senate Criminal Justice Committee.