Free Timothy Kane
  • Petitioned Ron Miller

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Free Timothy Kane
Ron Miller

Free Timothy Kane

    1. Megan De
    2. Petition by

      Megan De

      Buffalo, NY

Timothy Kane was a sweet boy. He was a good student, a friendly kid, and a sweet son. Then, at age fourteen, his life went to Hell. In 1992, at age 14 he was being unsupervised due to his parents' divorce. He hung out with a 17 year old and 19 year old who told him to break into a home they thought was empty. Timothy Kane, pressured, killed the two occupants of the home. 

Since Timothy Kane's time in prison he has taken the opportunity to use every course. He has held down the same job for 10 years. He has survived being in prison as a child and as a very handsome young man. He has attended church every Sunday. 

Timothy Kane is a model inmate. He does not have a mean bone in his body. He was a boy placed in a very precarious position. Timothy Kane shows absolutely no violence towards society and no psychiatric problems. He is safe to be realized back into society. All other developed nations do not give children or adolescents life without parole. Timothy Kane at age fourteen, with no prior criminal history, was given two consecutive life terms and was never considered for juvenile court.  Timothy Kane was not born a killer, he was pressured. 

 

 

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Contact the Judge of Sumter County Florida. Write him a letter saying this is inhumane. 

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    • Maria Drouin AUSTIN, TX
      • over 1 year ago

      Because he was just a kid at the time free Timothy give him a second chance please.

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    • paris dorsey FLORDIA, FL
      • about 2 years ago

      he didnt do nothing

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