Is no MySpace sacred?

Here is the letter I sent to San Antonio Current regarding David Mass’s article on Andy Kahan. Published November 28, 2006.

Kudos to Dave Maass for exposing Andy Kahan of Crime-Victim Services of Houston’s Mayor Office [“Is no MySpace sacred?” November 22-28]. Mr. Kahan has always tried to harass the anti-death penalty activists through his dishonest conducts and always in the name of victims. In response, the anti-death-penalty activists need to organize even more than before and reach to the victim family members through groups such as Murder Victim Families for Reconciliation (mvfr.org) while helping the family members of death-row inmates. The Texas death-penalty system is broken and we cannot achieve a moratorium on executions as long as we are not able to address the false arguments of Mr. Kahan and his peers.

Hooman Hedayati,
President, Texas Students Against the Death Penalty
Austin

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