Petition to Donald J. Trump, United States Supreme Court
Wrongly convicted, SaveDustinjHiggs.com help me change the narrative.
Dustin John Higgs is going to be executed for a crime he didn’t commit. He was accused of killing three girls but later to be found not guilty. All witnesses, including the man who actually killed the girls, confirm Dustin's innocence. This innocent man should be spared. The only reason he’s still in jail is because they say he was at the scene of the crime and he was accused of bullying Willis Hayes (who did commit the crime) into killing the three girls. But even Willis Hayes has said that this is false. So please help me to free this innocent man. Don't let what happened to Brandon Bernard happen again. Dustin is set to be executed on Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, January 15th. Help me stop this tragedy. Dustin Higgs #31133-037 Special Confinement Unit PO Box 33 Terre Haute, In 47808 Please! check out ...SaveDustinjHiggs.com
Petition to Governor of texas, ATF, The President of the United States of America
Change and 2nd Chances Are Possible
Over 10 years ago there was a miss understanding between my loving wife and myself that lead to an arrest. I(we) planned on fighting this charge to the fullest, I even sat in jail to avoid more expenses while my wife supported our family. My wife has showed her support and love by writing an affidavit trying to get this charge dismissed and dropped but the state chose to still pick up the charge. During this process we lost our house, I lost my great job and much more but it wasn't until my wife got arrested herself for a very old unrelated issue that made me speak to lawyer and asked them to do whatever he could to get me released to take care of our son. That lead to me pled no contest to the charges of family violence in which I did not get the option of re-adjudication being my 1st and only ever offense. Since then I completed multiple self improvement, healthy relationship and family classes. I completed my mandatory probation and since then I have had NO issues/violations and have tried to be the best husband, father, employee, employer, role model and upstanding citizen I can can be. I am asking for this pardon(s) for multiple reasons: 1st: The betterment of my family life 2nd: I want to reenlist and serve my country and my family in the U.S military 3rd: My current career I am unable to accept jobs because of my history such as getting on military bases, private community jobs, schools and many more. I strongly believe with your support and signature along with your knowledge of my good character not only as a friend or family member but through all facets of life, that this pardon(s) are a fair and just request for change and a true 2nd chance in life.
Petition to kentucky state parole board
Myrtle Taylor Evans and Roosevelt Murray’s Case
Myrtle Taylor Evans and her father, Roosevelt Murray were brutally murdered in Louisa, KY in May 1986. They were loved by so many people and did not deserve to die at the hands of two brothers, Donald and Montie Gussle from Louisa, KY. The two brothers robbed them before they murdered them. Days later they were discovered by the family of Myrtle and Roosevelt. Montie Gussler will serve the rest of his life in prison; however, Donald is up for parole again in May of this year. Our family fought against him getting parole as recent as of May of 2011. The hearing will be held in Frankfurt, KY. To help prevent the releasing of this criminal, this petition will be presented to the parole board. The family of the victims request your signature, so that Donald Gussler will never receive the chance to harm another individual. Myrtle was originally from the Delbarton, WV area and Roosevelt lived in Louisa most of his life. Please help us to prevent the chance of Donald Gussler's release by signing this petition. I don’t want to hear they have served their time we should release them. They have not and nor will they ever! Donald hasn’t even stayed out of trouble while in prison he’s been in trouble for drugs and fighting that’s not someone that needs to be walking the streets of KY. I am adding URL to an article that was wrote about this case on Jan. 15, 2021. https://www.thelevisalazer.com/2021/01/16/pair-of-brothers-convicted-of-1986-lawrence-county-double-murder-are-up-for-parole/?fbclid=IwAR3aaGPzMZysUiLF15sdMvLdmyI7JsHdEL7zavamQguvbG-HPzTvBIlFk8U Thank you for your support!
Petition to Kansas Governor, Pat Roberts, Jerry Moran, Kansas State House, United States Supreme Court
That justice gets served!
Our Dad (Bretta Heinitz-Becker, Michelle Allen-Becker and Brandi Becker) Robert Leon Becker (who served in the United States Army for two years) was killed on October 7, 2017 by a Somalian refugee (Bashir Omar) in state of Kansas. This Somalia refugee was driving a SUV type of vehicle and our Dad was riding his motorcycle. Our Dad was hit by the SUV from behind, he was then dragged across the street (roughly the length of a foot ball field) and then become dislodged from under the SUV where the SUV backed up and proceeded to run over our Dads body never once did the SUV slow down or brake.rather accelerated the entire time. Bashir Omar was charged with involuntary manslaughter, damage to personal property and an attempt to flee the crime scene after our attorney accepted a plea bargain. He was originally supposed to be charged with second degree murder, driving under the influence, damage to personal property and trying to flee the scene. All Bashir received as punishment is four years in prison (which 634 were already served in jail) and two years of parole. We as his family feel that this is not enough time for Bashir to serve because Bashir murdered our Dad. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
Petition to Huntsville Board Office, Board of Pardons and Paroles, Texas Board of Pardons an Paroles
Keep society safe
During the years of knowing Ricky, many have endured multiple types of abuse from this man including emotional, mental, and physical. He has shown many signs of narcissism and gaslighting towards those he calls friends and family. Ricky has consistently made the same mistakes legally, and personally, year after year and feel he will not change if released. Being a repeat offender, and personally witnessing him try to “buck” the system time after time, as well as not following guidelines that are put in place for him by authority, being released at this time would do more harm than good. He is known to not only harm women he is in relationships with, but others as well, including family members, friends and strangers. We are asking you, as the Honorable Members of the Parole Board, to not consider parole for Ricky at this time due to his evident behaviors that have been shown in the past. He is a repeat offender and we believe with his history of domestic violence and physical abuse; he will continue this behavior upon release. I am sure you are aware of the statistics. We truly believe his release back into society would definitely be a threat to so many innocent people so close to all, even his own daughter and many more. We are asking that you do not consider parole for this monster at this time.
Petition to email@example.com , North Carolina Governor, Governor Roy Cooper
Support Clemency For Carlos Sanchez
Please show your support for the release of Carlos Sanchez. Carlos is seeking clemency from the governor of NC, Governor Roy Cooper, and is requesting commutation of his last 2 years in prison. I met Carlos through a political prisoner letter writing campaign several years ago and we have been pen pals ever since. Carlos was wrongfully convicted of drug possession and trafficking 1995. Carlos is from Colombia. He was visiting the US when he was 25. While traveling from Miami to New York City, his bus was stopped and all passengers were removed. Carlos did not speak English at the time and was unsure about what was happening. Confused and afraid, he was taken into custody by the police. He later learned that he was being charged with possession and trafficking of cocaine. Apparently, a small bag of cocaine was found in a bag with women's and baby clothing on the bus. There was no physical evidence linking Carlos to the bag and the whole case rested on circumstantial evidence based on the statement of a single police officer. As a Colombian man, Carlos was profiled and assumed to be guilty because the route between Miami and New York is often used for trafficking drugs from Central and South America. When it came to time for the case to be tried, Carlos was encouraged by his public defender (PD) to plead not guilty rather than accept a plea bargain that would have carried a lighter sentence (44-62 months). His PD was convinced that with the evidence being so flimsy, the clear indication of racial bias, and the fact that Carlos had never been convicted of a crime and had no history of violence in his past, he would not be convicted. Carlos went to trial and was given a shocking sentence of 30 years for two crimes, possession and transportation of an illicit substance, based on mandatory minimum sentencing requirements. In addition to this sentence being disproportionate to the supposed crime, it is important to remember that it was a crime that Carlos did not commit. Additionally, Carlos did not have money or access to resources that could provide him more effective legal aid, was unfamiliar with the US legal system, had little ability to connect with family for support and/or advice and could not speak English, limiting his ability to speak for and defend himself. It was also the first legal offense Carlos was ever accused of, in either the US or Colombia, making it even more irrational that he would be given such a harsh sentence. Carlos has now been in prison for 26 years. In that time, Carlos has learned to speak and write English fluently, participated in college level courses and has completed a dental certification program. He has worked in prison as a prosthodontist, making dentures for the general public and for prisoners. Carlos has been a model inmate. He once intervened in a fight between prisoners which saved the life of a prison guard on duty. He has done his best to remain positive and make the most of his time while incarcerated. Despite his best efforts, Carlos has continued to experience additional injustices throughout his incarceration, some of which he believes to be racially motivated. Carlos does not deserve to be in jail. He has already lost his youth and he should be released. Carlos has requested that Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina grant him clemency so that he may be released early and return home to his family in Colombia. His requests have gone unheard. I have personally written a letter to Governor Roy Cooper to urge him to grant clemency to Carlos, but this has had little impact. My hope is to bring this case to the attention of those who understand the ways in which the biases within our justice system impact the very real lives of innocent individuals like Carlos. Please consider signing this petition to request that Governor Roy Cooper grant clemency to Carlos Sanchez. May the collective call of our voices be the sounding alarm that ushers Carlos to freedom!! See the link below to a blurb about Carlos from 2005. You will note that at the time of his arrest, the police witness reported that Carlos made a statement in English. This would have been impossible, as Carlos did not speak English at the time of his incarceration, or even in 2005, ten years after his arrest. http://november.org/thewall/cases/sanchez-c/sanchez-c.html