Tag Archives: Death Penalty

There is no such thing as a lesser person

October 22 – Texas Journey in Dallas! Once again, we met murder victim family members at a First Unitarian Church event tonight. It seems that everywhere we go, there are witnesses of the violence that spreads in Texas. Continue reading

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Case Defaulted

October 21 – Texas Journey in Dallas! If you are passionate about human rights and want to learn, there is one place for you: the SMU Embrey Human Rights Program in Dallas, directed by Dr. Rick Halperin. Continue reading

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Job done!

October 20 – Texas Journey in Dallas! An activist uses any opportunity to raise awareness. As I was waiting for my flight, I met an Iranian-American man and we talked about capital punishment. Continue reading

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139 (and counting)

October 19 – Texas Journey in Houston! How long will Texas be able to bury innocence cases? Cases of people who have been wrongly accused, wrongly prosecuted, wrongly condemned and sentenced to death, wrongly executed? Already 139 human beings have been exonerated and released from death row in the US (19 following DNA testings that proved them innocent), 11 of them were in Texas. There are just too many and the truth always comes out. It is coming out right now… Continue reading

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Pro-Life!

October 18 – Texas Journey in Houston! Churches are everywhere in Texas. On every corner, there is a church. Along highways, there are churches. How can you have so many churches and so many executions? If you believe that all life is sacred, if you oppose abortion and euthanasia, how can you support the death penalty? Pro-Life? Really? Continue reading

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