Monthly Archives: March 24, 2010

Statesman Editorial Says Hank Skinner Entitled to Delay for DNA Tests

Please call Gov Perry at (512) 463-2000 and urge him to stop the execution of Hank Skinner on March 24, 2010 by granting a 30-day stay of execution so that DNA evidence can be tested. Call anytime day or night and leave message on voice mail. Austin American-Statesman Editorial Board: If all goes as planned…read more

Protest the Execution of Hank Skinner March 24th

TEST THE DNA! Texas State Capitol at 5:30Wednesday, March 24th, pending a stay of execution11th and Congress So far, no decision has been issued by the Supreme Court or Governor Perry. Time is running out, and Texas needs to do the right thing and TEST THE DNA! WRITE, FAX OR CALL GOVERNOR RICK PERRY –…read more

Write, Fax or Call Governor Rick Perry – Demand a Stay and DNA testing for Hank Skinner

Governor Rick PerryOffice of the GovernorP.O. Box 12428Austin, Texas 78711-2428Fax: 512-463-1849 Main number: 512-463-2000Website email contact form/ or use the online letter signing page set up by the Innocence Project here: THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT! All the details of the case are available on the website, however, here are some of the…read more

Opponents of death penalty take protest to the Capitol

The Austin American-Statesman has published the following story by Isadora Vail about the Justice Rally during the 2010 Anti-Death Penalty Spring Break. Sandrine Ageorges-Skinner’s husband is scheduled to be put to death Wednesday. On Thursday, she came to Austin to join about 100 other people on the Capitol steps to protest the death penalty in…read more

Radio Interview with Hank Skinner and his Attorney Rob Owen

Texas Matters from Texas Public Radio reports on Hank Skinner case. He is scheduled for execution on March 24, 2010 and maintains his innocence. His request for DNA testing of evidence that could clear him has so far been denied. Click here to listen to the audio, including an interview with Hank Skinner as well…read more

Hank Skinner Press Release: When is enough going to be enough?

PRESS RELEASE – March 19th, 2010 Witness to InnocenceRon Keine – The Journey of Hope from Violence to HealingBill Pelke – When is enough going to be enough? Following the press conference at the Capitol in Austin yesterday, six exonerated men from death rows in the USA speak out in support of Hank…read more