District Attorney Steve Tyler of Victoria County, Texas: Research the case of John Quintanilla
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District Attorney of Victoria County, Texas
Steve Tyler

District Attorney Steve Tyler of Victoria County, Texas: Research the case of John Quintanilla

    1. Maria Brehm
    2. Petition by

      Maria Brehm

      Dortmund, Germany, Germany

In 2004, John Quintanilla was sentenced to death for the murder of Victor Billings and is scheduled to be executed on July 16th, 2013. However, there are strong indications that John Quintanilla is innocent of this crime.

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    Reasons for signing

    • gary lagerstrom SAN ANTONIO, TX
      • 30 days ago

      The legal system in Texas is a joke. Look at what has been happening in Williamson county and Caldwell,Hays and Comal are no better. Gonzales either for that matter and I won't even mention west texas.

    • Elisabeth Ritter-Blaser OBERBURG, SWITZERLAND
      • 10 months ago

      no person has the right to decide wether a person should have to die or not no matter how guilty a person is.God says in his word{bible:mine is the revenge,I will reward.So it is his job not ours.

    • clara ramos VICTORIA, TX
      • 12 months ago

      There have been many cases similar or more gruesome than this. This is a personal vendetta because the former DA was very close to family and he is using this young man as an example. I also feel it is very racial. I can give you another case where the murderer was an anglo and he got on prison time. DA himself said just because you kill, you don't get the dealth penalty, but he owed it to the family of victim. That is totally wrong on DA behalf

    • Nicke Johansson STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
      • 12 months ago

      To protest

    • Enrique Hernandez AUSTIN, TX
      • 12 months ago

      I'am not a supporter of the death penalty and because with out knowing this man, have a strong intuition that he might be innocent


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