Edelmira Arias is comforted while weeping at the home of the parents of Texas death-row inmate Edgar Tamayo, her cousin, in Miacatlan, Mexico, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected appeals Wednesday night for Mexican national Edgar Tamayo, clearing the way for the Texas death row inmate to be executed for the slaying of a Houston police officer 20 years ago. Secretary of State John Kerry previously asked Texas to delay Tamayo's punishment, saying it "could impact the way American citizens are treated in other countries." The State Department repeated that stance Wednesday. (AP Photo/Tony Rivera)

While Mexico Is Riled By Texas Execution, Many Actually Support The Death Penalty

John Kerry warned Texas officials that executing Tamayo would strain relations with the southern neighbor.