Tag Archives: Exonerated

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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The Last Road

October 16 – Texas Journey in Houston! The Texas Journey of Hope drove from Livingston to Huntsville and back. For the majority of death row prisoners, once they take that road, there is no turning back. Continue reading

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You Can Lead a Horse to Water (But You Can’t Make It Drink)

October 15 – Texas Journey in Houston! Our Texas Journey of Hope has begun! We are in Houston, Texas, right in the belly of the beast. And the beast did not take long to show its ugly face. Continue reading

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3 Days in Paris (Against the Death Penalty)

October 10 – Texas Journey in 5 days! Raising awareness against the death penalty must take place on two fronts: where it has been abolished (because – as Sandrine Ageorges-Skinner said on Friday – nothing is permanently achieved) and where it is still in practice. This is why we are going to Texas. Continue reading

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Meet Curtis McCarty

October 5 – Texas Journey in 10 days! What if the person on death row is innocent? I personally oppose the death penalty in all circumstances, whether innocent or guilty. But what if the person is indeed innocent? Continue reading

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