Petition in Support of Pardon/Parole/Clemency of Curtis McElroy Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Petition in Support of Pardon/Parole/Clemency of Curtis McElroy Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Dell Miller started this petition to Governor Brian Kemp and

 Curtis Lee McElroy GDC# 902760     Wilcox State Prison

 Curtis is housed at Wilcox State Prison. He will be eligible for parole again June 2020. We are writing this Petition in hopes to get support of his parole. Hopefully  this will give you a better perspective on the man he has become during his 24 years of incarceration. On November 12, 1995 as an unguided 16 year old child, He made the worst decision of his life. Under great peer pressure of a 17 year old he decided to participate in a carjacking that resulted in him being charged with armed robbery and kidnapping. As a 16 year old, his decision making ability was not yet fully developed. He has been incarcerated since he was 16 years old and now at 40, he has served 24 years of his sentence. He takes full responsibility for his actions and was more than willing to accept consequences proportionate to my crime. He is a different and much better human being than that 16 year old child. During his incarceration, he has made tremendous strides. He is a very positive, highly motivated, and determined 40 year old man. He continue to strive and grow as a man and  has developed into a leader, mentor, hard worker, and an overall great human being. We are asking for him to have a second chance at Life. He has plans to come home to his fiance and get marry, have children, work hard, and start a cleaning business specializing in floors using skills he has learned during his incarceration. He has served a lot of time for this crime, and we in hope of  him getting parole  to see his grandmother who is at  the age of 84, and his father who has just had heart surgery, and all his other family and friends.

 

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