Monthly Archives: May 30, 2007

TSADP Stock Report

immunis of Kansas Death Penalty Focus has pressured out public stock holders at a total cost of B$225,528.28 and performed a hostile takeover at a total cost of B$51,695.30 using a Union (artefact). URL # 9013448Valuation B$6,738.35Added 18:49 24 Feb 2006Status Available to Trade. Claimed by owner.Owner PersianCowboy Public Market Status Buying may be…read more

Statewide Meeting to Save Kenneth Foster Jr.

Kenneth Foster, Jr. was sentenced to death in May 1997 for driving a car from which Mauriceo Brown got out and shot Michael LaHood, Jr. Kenneth’s case is currently at a critical juncture, as the state of Texas has recently given him an execution date of August 30, 2007. Kenneth could be killed simply because…read more

The Toilet Sounds of Aaron Pena

Some people prefer to play petty politics than pass good public policy. That was never more evident than what transpired over the last few days regarding the Innocence Commission bill. I wasn’t sure who to believe at first about why the bill died in the House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, since there were conflicting accounts. I…read more

Hundreds of homeless were fed, thanks to Philip Workman

Also posted on Texas Death Penalty blog silent night, holy nightall is calm, all is brightround young homeless mother and childhungry infant so tender and mildsleep on America’s streetssleep on America’s streets Last Wednesday night, Tennessee executed Philip Workman despite his claims of innocence. For his last meal on earth, Philip Workman requested that his…read more

Pizza for the homeless

On Wednesday night Tennessee executed Philip Workman despite his claims of innocence. For his last meal on earth, Philip Workman requested that a vegetable pizza be delivered to Nashville’s homeless shelter. The Department of Corrections refused saying they were too focused on the execution procedures. But hundreds of normal people have stepped in and hundreds…read more

All Out for Mumia Abu-Jamal!

Join Danny Glover, Cynthia McKinney and many others in Philadelphia! For bus tickets, call 212-633-6646. Go to to download May 17 literature. If you cannot go to Philly, join the Abolition Movement on May 17 at the Harris County Courthouse, 1201 Franklin at San Jacinto. Get your organization to endorse and come out on…read more

Quote of the day!

On January 1, 1924, Captain R. F. Coleman, warden of the Huntsville prison and therefore the legislatively designated executioner, submitted his letter of resignation to be effective January 15, 1924. The first scheduled electrocution were to take place on January 16, 1924. In an interview with reporters, Coleman gave as his response, It just couldn’t…read more

Campus Progress wants you to apply to be a Student Representative!

We are sure that you have some amazing ideas on how to organize, mobilize, and galvanize other students on your campus. As a Campus Progress Student Representative you will be given the unique opportunity to work with students from over one hundred different campuses, and will receive the tools to help you achieve your anti-death…read more