A Full Pardon For Jamie & Gladys Scott
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A Full Pardon For Jamie & Gladys Scott

    1. Asinia Lukata Chikuyu
    2. Petition by

      Asinia Lukata Chikuyu

      Jackson, MS

Dear Governor Barbour:

Thank you for releasing Jamie & Gladys Scott from their double-life sentence received for the questionable armed robbery conviction.  Now, please complete the freedom parade by granting them a full pardon.  We are fully convinced that Jamie and Gladys can and will be a tremendous asset to the community if they are allowed to freely pursue their passion of returning the love they have received.

The state and nation has a great healing opportunity through the growth and development of Jamie and Gladys as advocates for Diabetes Awareness & Education, Kidney Donorship, Preventive Health Care, Crime Prevention, Offender Rehabilitation, Recidivism Reduction and more.  The vision of the nation’s greatest leadership will be manifested through it citizenry.  It is time for the citizenry to point out this great opportunity to the leadership.  In this land of opportunities, it is the visionaries who see the opportunities and great leaders who do seize them.

Governor Barbour, a full pardon for Jamie and Gladys Scott is a great opportunity to be seized by your state and the nation.  Proverbs 31:9 tells us that we shall “Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy.”  A full pardon for Jamie and Gladys would be a great blessing for so many in need.

So, Governor Barbour, do a great deed for the nation and grant Jamie and Gladys a full pardon.

Recent signatures


    1. National Justice Conference

      Asinia Lukata Chikuyu
      Petition Organizer

      Full Pardon for the Scott Sisters Campaign Committee’s The National Justice Conference and National Day of Justice Jackson, Mississippi April 2-4, 2012 - 601.353.4455

    2. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Clay Farler SMITHVILLE, TN
      • about 3 years ago

      They should receive a full pardon!

    • Stacey Chisolm BYRAM, MS
      • over 3 years ago

      Is it 2011?! It is obvious that it is no better today than it was in 1911. There were no laws to protect African-Americans then. There are no laws to protect us now. With the degredation of our people and thier rights, a lack of interest for self awareness in which we realize that just 300 years ago we were considered less than a mule, and our fear of being more than the world has prescribed should be enough for every black face in the world to sign!

    • Nathaniel Holsey NORTH OLMSTED, OH
      • over 3 years ago

      Governor Barbour, free these sisters so they can go on with their lives.

      • over 3 years ago

      These women deserve a full pardon!!


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