We Demand Justice: FREE RODNEY REED!
  • Petitioned THE STATE OF TEXAS, Governor Rick Perry, and Judge Reva Towslee-Corbett

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THE STATE OF TEXAS, Governor Rick Perry, and Judge Reva Towslee-Corbett

We Demand Justice: FREE RODNEY REED!

    1. Lily Hughes
    2. Petition by

      Lily Hughes

      Austin, TX

Having reviewed the facts of Rodney Reed's case, I believe him to be an innocent man wrongly imprisoned. I call on the State of Texas to grant Rodney Reed a new trial, where evidence of his innocence can finally be heard.

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    1. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Aisha Awale TORONTO, CANADA
      • 9 months ago

      because I am against discrimination and injustice

    • Androni Esquibel SMITHVILLE, TX
      • 9 months ago

      I was in giddings high when all or this happened and knew jimmy finnell as a police officer in giddings and knew he did it cause he had told some kids when he was drunk while on duty. I then witnessed him harrasing a classmate at a store named stubby's.. rodney is inmocent they found evedimce of him having an affair with stacy. Free this innocent man before it is to late...

    • Emily Tullercash CANAN, NH
      • 10 months ago

      Another prime example of people in power who abuse the system!! And we wonder why it has failed! Grrr!

    • Carla Voss NEW BRAUNFELS, TX
      • 11 months ago

      Because I know the judicial system sucks! I also ALWAYS felt from day one that it was not Rodney Reed that killed Stacey but her fiance' the bad cop and that pretty much proved it when he raped and kidnapped the Georgetown woman that he was involved with. I am sure she did something that made him angry too she was just lucky enough to live to put him in prison where the sicko needs to be

    • Lisa Vaughn SAN MARCOS, TX
      • 11 months ago

      Help the family of Rodney Reed free him from being wrongfully accused and givin a death sentence for a crime a white man committed against his wife and isn't man enough to do his time for his crime


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