Grant Clemency for Wendy Maldonado
  • Petitioning John Kitzhaber

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John Kitzhaber
Oregon Governor
Oregon
Gov. John Kitzhaber

Grant Clemency for Wendy Maldonado

    1. Monique Savits
    2. Petition by

      Monique Savits

      Parkville, MD

Wendy Maldonado was in this horrifying marriage (or prison) for so long and became a victim of Battered Women’s Syndrome. Living in complete fear, she had one goal in mind, keep her boys safe! Wendy spent years in prison (in her marriage to Aaron) and then went directly into another prison, where she remains. It is time to let her go! She hasn’t known freedom since she was 17 years old. PLEASE reconsider her sentence and let her reunite with her boys.

Please sign this petition if you agree that it is time to set Wendy free!

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    • Mario de Obaldia CHATSWORTH, CA
      • about 6 hours ago

      The law is blind, and apparently not only deaf, but incapable of clarity of thought. No all laws are written correctly, that is why there are people to interpret.

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    • Liza Ferri NEW HAVEN, CT
      • 1 day ago

      Unbelievable that anyone can be abused and NOT allowed to defend themselves!! I pray your family can heal and unite!!!

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    • Savannah Barrett HIGH POINT, NC
      • 1 day ago

      I've been there.

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    • cindy moates MOUNT CLEMENS, MI
      • 2 days ago

      She has done her time her whole life . Let her be a mom to her boys.

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    • LeAnn James LOVELAND, CO
      • 3 days ago

      Although Wendy made a choice to kill her husband, after what she endured for as long as she did....what she did was completely rational and understandable. Women should not be punished for killing there abusers...there life of abuse WAS there punishment!!!!!

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