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Help Todd Willingham Rest in Peace - Clear the Name of Wrongly Executed Texan
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: CameronToddWillingham, TexasDeathRow, GovRickPerry, CapitalPunishment, WrongfulExecution, LethalInjection, AbolishDeathPenalty, AssistancetotheIncarceratedMentallyIll, MaryNeal, LarryNeal, DogJustice, TexasMoratoriumNetwork, TMN )

Mary
- 3561 days ago - freespeakblog.blogspot.com
STOP THE SLANDER against Cameron Todd Willingham. He was executed in 2004 for arson murders of his own children. Authorities now admit there was likely no arson. Texas Moratorium Network launched a petition to clear Todd's name and remove infanticide from
Supreme Court: You Get No DNA Tests to Prove Innocence! You'Ve Been Convicted Already
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: crime, U.S.SupremeCourt, InnocenceProject, WilliamOsborne, TroyDavis, DarrellLomax, LethalInjection, DeathPenalty, DNATest, maryneal )

Mary
- 3646 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
The Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 against prisoners having rights to post-conviction DNA testing that could prove innocence of crimes for which they were sentenced to prison terms or execution. SHUT UP ABOUT TESTS AND STICK YOUR ARM OUT, GUILTY OR NOT!
NAACP Launches "I Am Troy Davis" Campaign and Unveils Plans re: The Death Penalty and Prejudice
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: TroyDavis, NAACP, MaryNeal, DeathPenalty, LethalInjection, Georgia, GovPurdue, PresidentObama, PresidentialPardon, PrisonerTorture, AIMI, AfricanAmerican, equaljustice )

Mary
- 3655 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
The NAACP is launching a campaign called "I AM TROY" to save the life of Troy Davis, an innocent African American man on death row, who will be executed unless Gov. Purdue or the Supreme Ct. steps in. PRESIDENT OBAMA SHOULD PARDON TROY DAVIS IF THEY DON'T
Denied Appeal: Troy Davis, Georgia Death Row Inmate
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: TroyDavis, HumanRightsForPrisonersMarch, assistancetotheincarceratedmentallyill, MaryNeal, LarryNeal, DeathPenalty, LethalInjection, Abolitionists, CivilRights, AfricanAmerican, LibertyAndJusticeForAll )

Mary
- 3711 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
GEORGIA DEATH ROW inmate Troy Davis has been denied an appeal again. Davis has had three stays of execution. His case is based on witness testimony alone, and seven of the nine witnesses against Davis have either recanted their testimony against him or
New Mexico: One More Execution for the Road - or Maybe FIVE More
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: GovernorBillRichardson, NewMexico, DeathPenalty, MaryNeal, Execution, LethalInjection, Abolitionists, DeathRow, DeathPenaltyRepeal, LifeWithoutParole )

Mary
- 3715 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
DEATH PENALTY SUPPORTERS in New Mexico who were disappointed recently when Governor Bill Richardson signed the repeal of the death penalty have good reason to rejoice today! Governor Richardson has reportedly decided to allow the executions of ...
KILLING INMATES IS COSTLY - CHEAPER TO WATCH TV
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: execution, deathpenalty, InnocenceProject, Amnesty International, assistancetotheincarceratedmentallyill, maryneal, Prison Nation, lethalinjection, DNATesting )

Mary
- 3733 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
Capital punishment is costs taxpayers up to $90,000 more per inmate per year than life without parole sentences. There's a saying in the South: "He ain't worth killin'." Ten states may follow New Mexico's example and say, "Death to the Death Penalty."
Death Penalty Repealed By New Mexico Senate; DNA Exonerates Joseph Fears of Ohio After 25 Years In Prison for Rape
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: JosephFears, DeathPenalty, WrongfulConvictions, Abolitionists, MaryNeal, LarryNeal, AssistancetotheIncarceratedMentallyIll, DogJustice, DeathPenalty, SupremeCourt, Alaska, NewMexico, Ohio, LethalInjection, InnocenceProject, LifeWithoutParole, Prison )

Mary
- 3744 days ago - my.nowpublic.com
Friday the 13th was a good luck day for justice and compassio in America. Joseph Fears, 61, was exonerated and freed from an Ohio prison after 25 years by DNA testing, and New Mexico Senate voted to repeal the death penalty with strong expectancy that...
Before Execution, Should Condemned Men Have a Right to DNA Testing? Supreme Court Is Thinking About It
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: LethalInjection, DeathPenalty, InnocenceProject, Abolitionists, DNATesting, WrongfulConviction, MaryNeal, PrisonerRights, CivilRights, ConstitutionalLaw, SupremeCourt )

Mary
- 3756 days ago - care2.com
Many death row inmates were condemned prior to DNA testing. The Supreme Court is deciding today whether they should have the right to a DNA test before lethal injection, even at their own expense. What do you think?
   

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