Justice: Put Away an Attempted Murderer Walking Free"

Justice: Put Away an Attempted Murderer Walking Free"

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Lacey Bo started this petition to Sonoma county law enforcement and

On October 26th 2019, Thomas Graham of Sebastopol California was arrested after police responded to a Shooting on Bodega Ave. Graham admitted to shooting the victim, who will continue to unnamed for his protection. After an argument, the victim was walking away with his back turned away to leave the house, when Graham shot the victim with a shotgun that had buck shot in it, through his front door and into the victim’s leg, Graham had no intentions on saving his victim and left the victim for dead without calling 911. When police showed up, the victim was barely breathing, and only had a pint of blood left in his body. Graham was arrested and released after a couple of days. The victim was brought to the hospital, barely making it. It’s been a month now, and he is still in the hospital trying to recover after a lot of surgeries and blood transfusions. Graham had admitted to shooting the victim, with a lot of evidence following everything. Now the Sonoma County District Attorney has decided to drop charges and let Thomas graham walk away without any punishments or actions taken. While the victim continues to lay in a hospital bed trying to heal, and will forever have damages and complications. He can’t do the work he used to, as well as loss of income being in the hospital. I refuse to sit back and watch this happen. By law allowing Thomas Graham to walk away, our justice system is showing it’s okay to go out and shoot people and get away with it, that you can attempt to take someone’s life, and walk away with no charges. How do people feel safe with that being done? Please help bring awareness to this and justice will be served. This victim is a member of my immediate family, and I will not stand for this to be forgotten.

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