Give Mississippi Lifers the right to seek parole

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Iman Gray
May 1, 2021
Everyone deserves a second chance at life. No one should have to spend the rest of their life in prison, or whole life if committed before the age of 21, because of one mistake.

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Charles Osobie
Mar 4, 2021
I'm signing because in most places where there are no rubbost judicial provisions for everyone, people wrongfully convicted languish in jails, spending the most useful days of their lives within bars.

Such is injustice and it is far beyond savagery that anyone will wrongfully spend their useful years behind bars. Our civilisation should clearly note such possibilities and avoid it.

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TeQuoya Avery
Feb 6, 2021
I truly believe that everyone deserves a second chance.

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Frederics johnson
1 year ago
Its not rite for younger black mens to be treated like this

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Bridget Missaoui
1 year ago
This is crazy! Mississippi get with the times! You put these people in prisons not fit for an animal much less a human being!!!

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Blake Mixon
1 year ago
Mississippi has always had a messed up criminal justice system

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Alain Garceau
1 year ago
Mississippi is a poor state wasting their taxpayer money with outdated principles.....

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Debora Jones
1 year ago
It's only decent and fair

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Mallence Bart
1 year ago
Justice

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Shellie Carter
1 year ago
Shellie Carter/ My son within 60 days after turning 17 (2007)was given 15 yr 12 suspended, completed 3 years at WGCF got out August 4 2010 and has not committed another crime. He sits in prison for a balance owed to Harrison County of 413.50 and technical violations. He was given the balance of his sentence mandatory 12 years in November of 2017, 10 years post time served and crime. He has proven himself to society and the judge he was no longer a threat to society and now sits and waits on "My answered prayers" for his release... COSTING MISSISSIPPI tax payers $417,000.00 for his fine of $413.50