Here is a clip of Jim Willett discussing a time in the 1990s when executions became routine:
During the interview, he highlighted the few that really stuck out in his mind, including the execution of Gary Graham on June 22nd, 2000, when D.P.S. officers were called in to handle the crowds of K.K.K. and New Black Panthers that mobbed Huntsville in 100+ degree heat. It was one of the only times Willett was actively worried about what might happen: “And if we hadn't had the D.P.S. riot team there,” he worried, “I think we'd have had some killings, or at least some bad scene there.”
Here is the the clip of the warden discussing his first execution:
You can also visit Jim Willett's narrator page at the TAVP website, where you'll find more clips from his interview, and his full-length interview at HRDI.