Petition to NOT remove Lin Wood's name from Mercer Law School Courtroom

Petition to NOT remove Lin Wood's name from Mercer Law School Courtroom

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Debra K started this petition to President, Mercer University William D. Underwood

It really was only a year ago that law schools honored Lin Wood. For that matter, it was only 2019 when Clint Eastwood made a movie celebrating Wood (Sam Rockwell’s character was a composite of Wood and the rest of the Richard Jewell team).

Now, Mercer Law School’s Dean Cathy Cox is in discussion with students, faculty and the Mercer University President William D. Underwood, to have Lin Wood's name removed from a Mercer University courtroom.

Wood gifted the school $1 million to earn his name on the mock courtroom. Petitioners are reportedly being told that this goes above the dean’s pay grade and directed to deliver complaints to Mercer University’s president.

Lin Wood is an inspiration for the legal profession, an advocate for the First Amendment, a true American and a believer in Jesus Christ. He is willing to lay everything on the line for the corruption to be exposed in our government and risking everything to do so for the American people.

Please consider signing this petition in support of Lin Wood for his efforts and accomplishments.

God Bless...

 "The law should be FREE OF PREJUDICE. FREE. OF. PREJUDICE. If a school distances itself from one of its most prestigious alumni simply because he took on a case that was unpopular by those with the most power, then what hope does anyone have if they happen to be fighting on the wrong side of an unpopular cause.

I hope Mercer will reconsider this horribly egregious action. The stain it puts on your university will never wipe off."

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"We must stand against injustice. As Edmund Burke said: 'The only thing necessary for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing'."
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