- Sorry if people are getting too many notices to call the governor but this issue is too important to assume everyone made the call. If you did call, callMessage 1 of 1 , May 28, 2013View Source
Sorry if people are getting too many notices to call the governor but this issue is too important to assume everyone made the call. If you did call, call again. If not please make the call. Then please forward this to others.
And take the time to read the compelling letter, attached, from Witness to Innocence, signed by over 40 exonerees. And the press release about a gathering in Tallahassee on Thurs to deliver the letter & a petition signed by 6000. So far Scott has not agreed to meet with 2 Florida exonerees.
Thanks for helping in this fight against a terrible bill.
Miriam, GCADP Co-Coordinator
Please note: forwarded message attached
From: ---Mark <melliott3@...>
Subject: Attached Updated Press Release and Letter from WTI
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 17:42:10 -0400 (EDT)
Dear Execution Vigil/Protest Coordinators,We are asking EVERYONE to ask EVERYONE to CALL Gov. Scott's office and ask him to VETO the Timely Justice Act.
Gov. Rick Scott: 850-488-7146
Please ask everyone you can to call Gov. Scott's office and ask him to veto the Timely Justice Act.
Attached is the FADP-WTI Press Release for Thursday. The Juan Melendez petition info has been added.
Attached also is the letter from the Exonerated Death Row Survivors that will be brought to Gov. Scott's office on Thurs.
Shine the light,---MarkMark Elliott
Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, FADP
P.O. Box 82943
Tampa, FL 33682
FADP is a coalition of individuals and organizations united to abolish the Death Penalty in Florida