What do you think?The 49-year-old former Presbyterian minister stood to become the first person executed in the United States for anti-abortion violence.
Death penalty opponents and others called on Gov. Jeb Bush to halt the execution, some of them warning Hill's death would make him a martyr and unleash more violence against abortion clinics. The governor said he would not be "bullied" into stopping the execution, the third in Florida this year.
"I expect a great reward in heaven," he said in the interview, during which he was cheerful, often smiling. "I am looking forward to glory."
He added: "More people should act as I have acted."