PAROLE DENIAL PETITION FOR JAVONER MOORER 273003
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PAROLE DENIAL PETITION
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles
PO Box 302405
Montgomery, Al 36130-2405
RE: Javoner Moorer
Hearing: March/April 2017
To the Honorable Members of the Alabama Board of Pardons & Paroles:
On Christmas Eve, December 24th, 2008, Jason Milne, 18, was shot at close range and left to die alone in the street by Javoner Moorer after an altercation involving the sale of a handgun.
There were witnesses that heard the verbal altercation between Jason Milne and Javoner Moorer that Christmas Eve afternoon. They testified they heard Jason Milne begging Javoner Moorer "Please don't do this. You don't have to do this. Please just take me back to my truck. Please don't do this!" then Javoner Moorer shot Jason Milne across the top of a moving vehicle. As Jason's body fell from the moving car Javoner Moorer got into the backseat and instructing the driver to "DRIVE" as they left Jason Milne lying in the middle of the roadway bleeding and alone to die.
Following the murder, Javoner Moorer was heard by witnesses that same evening of Christmas Eve bragging about how he killed Jason Milne at a party. He then hid out for the next 19 days. When he was finally arrested our family was shocked and sickened that we was allowed to bond out the same day. It was nearly 18 months after Jason's murder before Javoner Moorer was brought to trial to face the murder charge. At no point during the trial did Javoner Moorer ever refer to Jason by his name, he referred to him only as "the or that White Boy". At no time did Javoner Moorer ever express any remorse for taking the life of Jason Milne.
Following the trial, the jury found him guilty of a lesser crime of manslaughter to which he was sentenced by the Honorable Judge Stout to the maximum sentence of 20 years.
He will have only served 6 years and 8 months when he is considered for parole.
Our family has been torn apart by the murder of my brother Jason Milne. My mother developed PTSD and is no longer able to function in society because of the stress of the event. My entire family no longer gets to celebrate Christmas without a visit to the Cemetery and reliving the events that Christmas Eve evening in 2008 when my brother was senselessly murdered and left in the street. We no longer bake cookies for Santa because I was baking cookies when I got the phone call from an officer on the scene that my brother had been murdered. Javoner Moorer has taken more than words can express from our family when he took the life of my brother and best friend Jason Milne.
We, the undersigned STRONGLY OPPOSE parole for Javoner Moorer.
Justice demands he serve the full prison term of life given to him at the time he was sentenced for this heinous crime.
Thank you for your serious consideration of this petition.
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