Take action to stop the wrongful execution of Robert Pruett

The State of Texas seeks to execute Robert Pruett on August 23rd despite significant doubts about the reliability of his conviction.  Pruett has steadfastly maintained his innocence in the murder of Corrections Officer Daniel Nagle in the McConnell Unit in Beeville, Texas in 1999. No physical evidence connects him with the crime, and recent DNA […]

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TCADP’s February 2015 Alert: Execution updates; advocacy opportunities; and the 2015 Annual Conference

In this month’s e-newsletter from TCADP, you’ll find information about two executions scheduled to take place in February as well as new resources and opportunities for faith leaders. You’ll also find links to a recent report on exonerations in 2014 and a thought-provoking article on the role IQ scores play in determining whether an individual with intellectual disabilities should be exempt from execution.

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Evidence undermines “pillar” of Cameron Todd Willingham conviction

New evidence in the case of Cameron Todd Willingham significantly undermines the credibility of Johnny Webb, the jailhouse informant whose testimony was instrumental in Willingham’s conviction.  Willingham was executed in 2004 for the 1991 arson murder of his three daughters in Corsicana, despite compelling evidence of his innocence, including a much-discredited arson investigation. Maurice Possley, writing for The […]

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