URGENT! STOP THE 4 REMAINING EXECUTIONS IN ARKANSAS

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Little Rock, AR
Organizer: Deborah Robinson
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A special heartfelt thanks to everyone who gave and offered prayers for the families of Ledell Lee, Jack Jones, Jr., Stacey Johnson, and Kenneth Williams. We succeeded in helping to relieve the financial burdens from the families. We raised over $10,000! This paid for cremations, funerals, visits, and other related expenses. THE FAMILIES ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL!

Four of the 8 men were executed in Arkansas' killing spree. The other 4 will be rescheduled soon. WE MUST NOW TURN OUR EFFORTS TO THE FOUR MEN AWAITING NEW EXECUTION DATES. PLEASE GIVE NOW TO HELP US STOP THEIR EXECUTIONS! 

Freelance journalist Deborah Robinson has been communicating with the 8 men for almost 2 years. Jason McGehee wrote to Deborah after he was recommended for clemency. "As to how I feel about being spared, this was just a pause. They are still coming after me full speed."

The first person executed in Arkansas' killing spree was Ledell Lee. Ledell's first correspondence to Deborah was, "If I can prove to you my innocence, will you help me to save my life?" She said yes. After uncountable hours of research and interviews, she is convinced that Ledell Lee is innocent of the murder of Debra Reese. You can read her investigative report at innocent.media. Unfortunately, the courts would not allow DNA testing that could have proven Lee's innocence scientifically and stopped his execution.

THE STATE OF ARKANSAS EXECUTED AN INNOCENT MAN

Stacey Johnson has also claimed innocence from the beginning of his case. After he received a stay, he wrote to Deborah, "I am getting stronger mentally. Having them hold your life in their hands as you watch the clock tick, I'm not the same at all. We have a whole lot of ground to cover, that is if you're still willing to assist me."

WE CANNOT ALLOW ARKANSAS TO EXECUTE ANOTHER INNOCENT MAN.

Now, we're asking for your financial support for Deborah to continue her journalistic efforts to prove Ledell Lee's innocence in an effort to prove that the State of Arkansas executed an innocent man and call for all executions to cease in Arkansas. Funds will also be used to investigate Stacey Williams' innocence plea in an effort to prevent Arkansas from executing another innocent man. Proving their innocence can cause the death penalty to be abolished in Arkansas and ultimately in the United States! Funds will also be used for Deborah to continue communicating with the remaining inmates and publish reports of their cases. 

PLEASE GIVE NOW! HELP US STOP EXECUTIONS IN ARKANSAS!



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Fundraiser Updates

Posted on April 29, 2017

Posted on April 29, 2017

INNOCENT: THE CASE OF LEDELL LEE
by Deborah Robinson

The State of Arkansas had no crime scene evidence to connect Lee to the murder of Debra Reese. They had nothing to put Lee at the scene of the murder. They collected prints from the murder weapon that did not belong to Lee. They had shoe prints from the murder scene that did not belong to Lee. Lee had no blood evidence from the victim on his clothes or body when they arrested him only hours after the murder. With alibi witnesses to show where Lee was at the time of the murder and no direct evidence to prove he was at the scene of the murder, Ledell Lee is innocent.

READ DEBORAH'S FULL REPORT - THE CASE OF LEDELL LEE@ innocent.media.


Posted on April 27, 2017

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Posted on April 27, 2017

AFTER READING ABOUT KENNETH'S WISH TO SEE HIS DAUGHTER AND GRANDDAUGHTER HERE ON THIS FUNDRAISER...

Family Helps Father's Murderer Meet Daughter, Granddaughter Before Execution


http://www.arkansasmatters.com

GRADY, Ark. - The last of four April executions is scheduled for Thursday night. Kenneth Williams has been on death row since 2000 and is responsible for killing a total of four people. Some are ready to see him put to death, but for others though, it's a different emotion. 
Kenneth Williams was sentence to death after escaping prison and killing two people. One was Michael Greenwood of Springfield, Missouri. 
The Greenwood family says just days ago they found out Williams had a daughter he hasn't seen in 18 years and he has a grand daughter he's never met. He says it was his last wish to see them and the Greenwood family made that possible Wednesday. 
An unlikely pair brought together through love, but connected by tragedy. 
Kayla Greenwood's dad Michael Greenwood was killed by Kenneth Williams in Missouri in 1999. Jasmine Johnson is Williams' daughter. 
"When I read Jasmine's story about not being able to see her dad for 17 years and wishing that her dad can meet her daughter I felt the exact same way and immediately knew that we needed to give that to her," said Greenwood. 
Kayla and her family quickly got in contact with Jasmine who lives out of state. The Greenwood's bought plane tickets to Little Rock for Jasmine and her three-year-old. They picked them up from the airport and drove them to the Cummins Unit Wednesday. 
"They did all this for me and my daughter to come and see my dad considering the things that he has done to their family," said Johnson. 
Jasmine got to see her dad for the first time in 18 years. 
"It was a new experience for me as well," said Johnson. 
She got to introduce her daughter to Williams too. 
"He said he just couldn't believe it because the last time he had seen me, I was her age," said Johnson. 
She says they said their final goodbyes. 
"He said tomorrow, no matter what happens, he will at least be more at peace now knowing that he was able to see me and my daughter. As well as everything the Greenwood family has done for him," said Johnson.
Kayla misses her father everyday, but making this connection possible helps her find closure. 
"For me I just put myself in her shoes and it just feels like I would be able to see my dad and I would be able to see my dad meet my children," said Greenwood. 
With the planned execution for Williams Thursday, the families say they will for ever be connected through love. 
"I have a lifelong bond with her and we're family now. There's nothing I can about change that," said Greenwood. 
Both Jasmine and her daughter plan to fly home soon. The Greenwood family says they will travel back to Missouri Wednesday. They do not plan to go to the execution. 


Posted on April 21, 2017

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Posted on April 21, 2017

THANK YOU! (VIDEO)

I want to thank everyone for supporting the families of Stacey Johnson, Jack Jones, Jr., and Kenneth Williams. The executions of these 3 men are days away, and we have not raised enough money for last rites services or family visitations for each of them.

Lynn Scott, Jack Jones sister, is needing to travel to Arkansas tomorrow and she needs our help. Please reach deep and help us raise the money needed to help these families through this very hard time in their lives.

I interviewed Lynn about her life with her brother, Jack. She also spoke of her need for financial assistance and gave thanks to all of you for all you've done - https://youtu.be/hjZ2SrnSyiw. 

Lynn discusses her desire to be there for Jack and witness his execution. You can watch my full interview with Lynn here at https://youtu.be/8D9CIrET8SI.

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