Save Billy Wardlow!

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Noel Mackenzie
1 year ago
Let me say that capital punishment is a morally reprehensible choice for the state. Murder is a morally reprehensible choice by the individual. Do they equate? Both are as bad as the other!
Killing this man will achieve nothing and make the state add another victim to its mass murder rap sheet... yes the state is a mass murderer.
The state should ask itself is he a danger to the public? Could he be a benefit to the public or prison inmates? Was his trial fair or political?
I’m all about justic for his 82 year old victim. I figure spending 25 years with remorse and wondering if today is the day you die while kept in isolation in a tiny cell is probably punishment enough... indeed death might even become welcome under such torture... for that is what it is, torture!
There mass murderers and serial racists who I wouldn’t shed a tear over if put to death despite being opposed to the death sentence. My objection is on the grounds that there’s no reprieve when the deed is done and it lowers the state to a level worse than the criminal.
Do not kill this man in cold blood, instead become a better state and evaluate his worth alive rather than as a corpse... two deaths does not equal justice, it just equals two crimes, one seemingly in the heat of the moment in a struggle over a weapon and the other premeditated and in the coldest of cold blood. On the heads of judges and the legal system rests that choice and may the lord have mercy on your souls just as he will judge this prisoner at his day of reckoning. If you don’t believe in god then recognise that the prisoner has already confronted his own reckoning and acknowledged and repented on his crime.

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Alex Ward
1 year ago
Please save this mans life he should not die today he was 18 at the time a young man with his life ahead he made a mistake a big one but deserves a chance to redeem himself

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Christian Huppert
1 year ago
At the age of 18 one cannot determine if someone will be dangerous in future.

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Mary Hardiman
1 year ago
The DP is wrong, wrong,wrong

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Sara Cervantes
1 year ago
Please give another opportunity to him! Please!

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Melissa Teeple
1 year ago
Grant Billy life!!! It’s immoral and against the point of the law not to!

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Norma Lazo
1 year ago
No estoy de acuerdo con la pena de muerte porqe ay a los qe castigan es ala familia qe le dan ese dolor

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Angela Lucario
1 year ago
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Angie Gutierrez
1 year ago
Billy and Dani are me and my husbands friends we do not believe in the death penalty !!!

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Steve Ross
1 year ago
Billy Wardlow was an 18 year old boy when he committed his crime. He has spent all these years on death row. The crime here now is being committed by the state if he is exercuted. I feel he has suffered enough at the hands of the state of Texas by sitting on death row for all these years.