About 20 years ago, Reggie Clemons was picked up by the police without a warrant, beaten and threatened while interrogated, and sentenced to death as an accomplice to a murder.
Despite the fact that there was virtually no physical evidence tying Reggie to the murder, and there was an unfair jury selection process during Reggie's trial, he still remains on death row.
There is too much doubt surrounding this case to sentence Reggie to death, an irreversible fate. Even District Court Judge Catherine D. Perry has deemed Reggie's sentence unconstitutional. We haven't got much time left. Urge St. Louis Governor Jay Nixon to stop the execution of Reggie Clemons before its too late!
Dear Governor Jay Nixon,
There is an overwhelming amount of evidence suggesting that Reggie Clemons is not guilty of being an an accomplice in a 1991 murder.
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The evidence is strong enough that his case should be re-visited and his execution stopped immediately. Please do not make the mistake of killing a man who may not be guilty. I urge you to stop the execution of Reggie Clemons.
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