Release Rene Lima-Marin
  • Petitioning John W Suthers

This petition will be delivered to:

Attorney General
John W Suthers
Chief Judge
Alan Loeb
Office of the Attorney General
Catherine P. Adkisson

Release Rene Lima-Marin

    1. Jasmine Lima-Marin
    2. Petition by

      Jasmine Lima-Marin

      Aurora, CO

My husband Rene Michael Lima-Marin was incarcerated in 1998 at the age of 19 and served 10 years of his 16 year sentence for robbery in which he used an unloaded gun and no one was hurt. He was released in 2008 and placed on parole which he successfully completed in 2013. But in January 2014 it was determined that a clerical error had been made and he was sent back to prison for an additional 90 years.  

During his six years of freedom, Rene strived to be a productive member of society.  He had been rehabilitated and took full advantage of this second chance; we had a child, purchased a home, and got married. He coached his step-son’s soccer team, mentored other youth to stay out of trouble, and maintained full time employment so he could support our family.

To take him away from our family and lock him up for the rest of his life is unjust.

I certainly do not want to make light of the mistakes that Rene made as a teenager but I do call into question the life sentence Rene and our family faces. Does a man that was formally released from the penal system, met all the conditions of this release, and turned his life around deserve this type of justice? Are we as a society really willing to accept that a clerical error is enough justification to rip apart a family?  

Rehabilitate means to help re-adapt, as to a former state of health or good repute. The entire penal system was created to rehabilitate and restore individuals to be productive members of society.  

Please sign my petition asking Attorney General John Suthers, Arapahoe County Chief Judge William Blair Sylvester, and Colorado Appeals Chief Judge Alan Loeb to release Rene from this unjust sentencing. I ask for this so he may return home where he can continue to be a tax paying model employee, an engaged and loving father and a supportive husband.

John W Suthers, Attorney General
Alan Loeb, Chief Judge
Catherine P. Adkisson, Office of the Attorney General
Release Rene Michael Lima-Marin

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      Jasmine Lima-Marin
      Petition Organizer

      I want to personally thank everyone who has signed and shared the petition! We appreciate each one of you. With your help we have been able to reach 268,667 signatures.

      A lot of people want to know how to help out with attorney fees but have been having a hard time finding the information to make a donation. I have added the information to the bottom of the petition page. This should make it easier for everyone to find it. You can also go to gofundme then search by entering Rene Lima-Marin.

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      GOD Bless you all!!
      Jasmine Lima-Marin

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      Jasmine Lima-Marin
      Petition Organizer
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      Our life has changed drastically and I am asking for help. Rene had made some mistakes in his teenage life and as a result he served a total of 10 years in prison from 1998 to 2008 for robbery. Once Rene was released from prison he thought this was his chance to start a new life.

    3. Reached 200,000 signatures
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      Jasmine Lima-Marin
      Petition Organizer

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    5. Reached 40,000 signatures
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    Reasons for signing

    • Yourba Cavalier HARVEY, LA
      • about 2 hours ago

      I believe an injustice has taken place and there is no reason for him not to be home!!

    • neil stamm AURORA, CO
      • about 3 hours ago


    • Devil Erickson WATERTOWN, NY
      • 2 days ago

      This man did make some serious mistakes but so did the officer/officials who ha release him early. After this man makes a completle 180 in his life he now is required to be ripped from his life... It's injustice and I don't want to live in that type of society.

    • Zachary Hazen TORONTO, CANADA
      • 3 days ago

      Because it's cruel and unusual punishment, and therefore a violation of his fundamental human rights.

    • Tuan Le POWAY, CA
      • 4 days ago

      Because I'm a human being.


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