Urge Rick Perry and the State of Texas to Pardon Todd Willingham

By , October 24, 2012

Support Todd Willingham’s family as they request a pardon for Todd. Call Texas Governor Perry to urge him to pardon Todd Willingham. Say something along the lines of “I’m calling to ask Governor Perry to posthumously pardon Cameron Todd Willingham. Todd was wrongfully executed–despite overwhelming evidence of his innocence–by Texas in 2004, and his final wish was that his name be cleared.”

Call Governor Perry: the number is 512-463-2000.

A petition to Texas Governor Rick Perry and to the State of Texas to acknowledge that the fire in the Cameron Todd Willingham case was not arson, therefore no crime was committed and on February 17, 2004, Texas wrongfully executed an innocent man.
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One Response to “Urge Rick Perry and the State of Texas to Pardon Todd Willingham”

  1. Ben Eyriey says:

    I’ve been doing a little research on this subject and I strongly believe Cameron is innocent. All because his house caught on fire he was sent to jail for arson. I’d donate if I could but as I’m from England I can’t convert my money into dollers. The guy was saying for more than 13 years that he was innocent…people have proved indeed that he was innocent. And he doesn’t look like a type of person that would arson. I simply think that Perry is being too cynical and arrogent to view the proof of innocence….

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