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  Alabama has set October 5th 2017 as an execution date for

 

Jeffrey Borden  

 

 

Please contact Governor Kay Ivey and ask her to stay this execution

 

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR Kay Ivey

 

STATE CAPITOL N 104

600 Dexter Ave

MONTGOMERY, AL 36130 2751 

PHONE 1-334-242-7100

FAX: 1-334-242-3282

Email: http://governor.alabama.gov/contact/

Suggested Talking Points

1. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. The men will be guinea pigs!

2. Instead, Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

TALKING POINTS FOR TOMMY D ARTHUR:

1) Protocol challenge pending in Federal Court
2) Lost/destroyed evidence.

 

Suggested Talking Points

Suggested Talking Points

1. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. The men will be guinea pigs!

2. Instead, Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

TALKING POINTS FOR TOMMY D ARTHUR:

1) Protocol challenge pending in Federal Court
2) Lost/destroyed evidence.

 

1.Mr. Borden is severely mentally and emotionally ill since at least age 17 following a head injury and a 4 day coma. He is unable to process or comprehend simple facts, which means he is not a candidate for execution.

 

2. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. Furthermore the 11th Circuit Court recognized that there are "serious questions" about the constitutionality of Alabama's execution procedure which should put all executions on hold.

3.  Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

 

  Alabama has set 10.19.17 as an execution date for

 

Torrey Twane McNabb

 

Please contact Governor Kay Ivey and ask her to stay this execution

 

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR Kay Ivey

 

STATE CAPITOL N 104

600 Dexter Ave

MONTGOMERY, AL 36130 2751 

PHONE 1-334-242-7100

FAX: 1-334-242-3282

Email: http://governor.alabama.gov/contact/

Suggested Talking Points

1. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. The men will be guinea pigs!

2. Instead, Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

TALKING POINTS FOR TOMMY D ARTHUR:

1) Protocol challenge pending in Federal Court
2) Lost/destroyed evidence.

 

Suggested Talking Points

Suggested Talking Points

1. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. The men will be guinea pigs!

2. Instead, Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

TALKING POINTS FOR TOMMY D ARTHUR:

1) Protocol challenge pending in Federal Court
2) Lost/destroyed evidence.

 1) The 11th Circuit recognized that there are "serious questions" about the constitutionality of Alabama's execution procedure which should put all executions on hold.

 

Suggested Talking Points

1. Alabama has no clear and carefully documented execution protocol but plans on using a secret and untried protocol. The men will be guinea pigs!

2. Instead, Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

TALKING POINTS FOR TOMMY D ARTHUR:

1) Protocol challenge pending in Federal Court
2) Lost/destroyed evidence.

2.Mr. McNabb has a pending case in Montgomery Circuit Court challenging the legality of his death sentence after the Supreme Court's decision in Hurst v. Florida...

 

3) . A Kentucky judge ruled that the death penalty is unconstitutional for persons under the age of 21. The appeal is to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. McNabb was 20 at the time of the crime of which he was found guilty.


4). Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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