Mercy In Tennessee

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For Edmund Zagorski
mercy not electrocution.
For Edmund Zagorski
mercy not execution.
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Footnote:
Please ask Gov Haslam for mercy for Ed Zagorski.
6 jurors from Mr. Zagorski’s trial have asked the Tennessee governor Haslam to commute his sentence to life without parole. The jurors had unconstitutionally been prevented from giving that sentence in 1984. Zagorski worked to rehabilitate himself, is remorseful about his action and has had no disciplinary issues in 34 years of incarceration. God give Zagorski mercy. He has asked that if the state refuses mercy he be electrocuted/

Governor Bill Haslam
1st Floor, State Col
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-2001
https://www.tn.gov/governor/contact-us.html



Abolition websites:
Only 8 of 50 US states murdered prisoners in 2018. 42 refused.
All eight have Republican governors while the 2016 Democratic platform called for an end to execution. The 8 states are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Nebraska, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. Ohio is the only northern state involved. Follwoing are
groups working to end prisoner murder and align the US with the
over 81% of the world which does not execute.

Texas
http://tcadp.org
Ohio
http://otse.org
Alabama
www.phadp.org/
Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
https://www.gfadp.org/

South Dakota

https://www.sdadp.org

Tennessee
http://tennesseedeathpenalty.org/
Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
https://www.fadp.org/
Nebraskans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty: Home
https://www.nadp.net/
deathpenaltyinfo.org
amnestyusa.org
innocenceproject.org
aclu.org
US Natl www.ncadp.org/
Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking
https://www.sisterhelen.org/

Kentucky

http://kcadp.org

 

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