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  • Title: Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: .. Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.. Open Navigation.. Open Search.. Take Action!.. Get Involved.. Subscribe.. Sign up.. Contact.. Donate.. Innocence.. Vigils and Protests.. About Us.. Who We Are.. Press Room.. Get Informed.. U.. S.. Execution Info.. Florida Execution Information.. Execute Justice, not People.. 10 Florida Executions in 10 Months!.. Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is a coalition of individuals and organizations united to abolish the Death Penalty in Florida.. TAKE ACTION!.. Horribly Botched Execution in Arizona.. July 24, 2014.. by.. Mark Elliott.. Arizona s execution of Joseph Wood took almost 2 hours.. Journalists called to witness the execution said it was hard to watch, as Wood snorted and gasped.. One described it like a fish on shore gulping for air.. Arizona officials defended the procedure, saying that the proper protocols were followed.. Arizona uses 2 drugs for executions.. Read more.. Report: FBI Didn t Reveal Flawed Lab Work in Death Row Cases.. The Office of the Inspector General has released a report that slams the Justice Department and the FBI for not notifying prosecutors in 64 Death Row  ...   vigil across from the Death Chamber at Florida State Prison.. Father Phil discusses the death penalty, vigils, and the importance of action in this interview with NCADP.. It’s one thing to say you’re against.. FL Execution Vigils, Protests Growing.. July 6, 2014.. Throughout Florida, more than 20 vigils will protest Florida’s use of the Death Penalty during the scheduled July 10th execution of Eddie Davis.. Vigils and protests will take place in Cape Coral, Jacksonville, Bunnell, Ft.. Walton Beach, Holiday, Key West, Lakeland, Miami, Mount Dora, Osprey, Palm Beach Gardens, Panama City, Pensacola, Perry, Pinellas County, St.. Another Potential Exoneration.. June 26, 2014.. The Florida Supreme Court has thrown out both the conviction and death sentence of Paul Hildwin due to DNA evidence.. Paul has been on Florida s Death Row for almost 30 years.. For many years the state refused to permit DNA testing comparisons.. The case could still be re-tried in Hernando County.. From the Supreme Court s.. Back to top.. Join our email list.. Email.. *.. Zipcode.. Follow Us!.. Copyright 2014 Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (FADP)..

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  • Title: Take Action! - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Can you feel it? It s a Florida with no executions scheduled or underway.. Enjoy it.. Savor it.. It s rare these days and may not last long.. We have had 10 executions in the past 10 months.. If we want our families to live in a Florida without the legalized, ritualized, premeditated murder of imprisoned people, we must work together to get there.. Florida continued the premeditated and unnecessary killing of well-secured, captive prisoners when Governor Scott ordered the People of the State of Florida to kill Eddie Davis on Thursday, July 10 at 6pm ET.. Eddie was killed in revenge for the 1994 killing of Kimberly Waters.. Richard Lynn Scott is responsible for killing more people in prison (19) than any first term/one term Florida  ...   to Death Row, far more than any other state (see deathpenaltyinfo.. org).. THREE THINGS YOU CAN DO TODAY:.. Choose one, or all three if you can!.. Write letters and call Governor Rick Scott.. Ask him to suspend ALL executions to conduct a thorough, balanced, and public investigation into Florida s failed government program for the Death Penalty that has wrongfully convicted and sentenced more people to death than any other state.. Sign up to receive future action alerts and news from Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty at.. FADP s Subscribe page.. Forward this action to a friend (or five!) and have them contact Governor Scott too!.. Gov.. Rick Scott.. The Capitol.. 400 S.. Monroe St.. Tallahassee, FL 32399.. Phone: 850-488-7146.. Email:.. Rick.. Scott@eog.. myflorida.. com..

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  • Title: Subscribe - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Exonerated Florida Death Row survivors Herman Lindsey #23 and Seth Penalver #24 with Herman s wife Rushell Lindsey at the Bill Van Poyck execution vigil/protest across from the Death Chamber.. Coming Soon..

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  • Title: Sign up - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: First Name.. Last Name.. Street Address (Primary).. Street Address 2.. City.. State.. - select -.. Alabama.. Alaska.. American Samoa.. Arizona.. Arkansas.. Armed Forces Americas.. Armed Forces Europe.. Armed Forces Pacific.. California.. Colorado.. Connecticut.. Delaware.. District of Columbia.. Florida.. Georgia.. Guam.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Kansas.. Kentucky..  ...   Nevada.. New Hampshire.. New Jersey.. New Mexico.. New York.. North Carolina.. North Dakota.. Northern Mariana Islands.. Ohio.. Oklahoma.. Oregon.. Pennsylvania.. Puerto Rico.. Rhode Island.. South Carolina.. South Dakota.. Tennessee.. Texas.. United States Minor Outlying Islands.. Utah.. Vermont.. Virgin Islands.. Virginia.. Washington.. West Virginia.. Wisconsin.. Wyoming.. Zip.. Phone.. Email..

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  • Title: Contact - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Via Postal Mail.. FADP.. P.. O.. Box 82943.. Tampa, FL 33682.. Via Phone.. 727-215-9646.. Via E-Mail.. mark@fadp.. org.. Via E-Mail Mailing List.. Use the form to the right to sign up.. Our e-mail mailing list is a low-volume way to keep abreast of issues important to Florida Abolitionists.. Click here to join!.. Via Facebook..

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  • Title: Donate - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Thanks for being the change and helping to create a better world.. By Credit/Debit Card or PayPal.. By Check or Money Order.. Send your donation to the following address.. Please do not send cash!.. For a Tax-Deductible Donation.. To make a tax deductible donation, please make your check or money order out to our coalition partner,  ...   A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 800-435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA.. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.. REGISTRATION #CH22784.. NO PROFESSIONAL SOLICITOR IS CURRENTLY ENGAGED BY FADP.. 100% OF ALL CONTRIBUTIONS GO TO THE ORGANIZATION..

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  • Title: Innocence - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Exonerated Florida Death Row survivors Herman Lindsey #23 and Seth Penalver #24 after attending Service of Remembrance at State Capitol.. The following is primarily from the Death Penalty Information Center.. For Inclusion on DPIC s Innocence List:.. Defendants must have been convicted, sentenced to death and subsequently either-.. their conviction was overturned AND.. they were acquitted at re-trial OR.. all charges were dropped.. they were given an absolute pardon by the governor based on new evidence of innocence.. Additional information:.. 67% Black, 17% Latino, 20% White.. Average time under wrongful conviction: approx.. 8 years.. Longest: 21 years (Frank Lee Smith died of cancer after 14 years on Florida s Death Row.. Months later, long-sought DNA testing cleared him).. Usual compensation from state upon release: 1 pair of jeans, 1 t-shirt, and 1 bus ticket or equivalent.. 21 men apparently received no other compensation for their years spent on Florida.. s Death Row for a crime they did not commit.. 1.. David Keaton (Black) Florida Conviction 1971 Charges dropped 1973.. On the basis of mistaken identification and coerced confessions, Keaton was sentenced to death for murdering an off duty deputy sheriff during a robbery.. Charges were dropped and he was released after the actual killer was identified and convicted.. 2.. Wilbert Lee (Black) Florida Conviction 1963 Released 1975.. 3.. Freddie Pitts (Black) Florida Conviction 1963 Released 1975.. Although no physical evidence linked them to the deaths of two white men, Lee and Pitts guilty pleas, the testimony of an alleged eyewitness, and incompetent defense counsel led to their convictions.. The men were sentenced to death but maintained their innocence.. After their convictions, another man confessed to the crime, the eyewitness recanted her accusations, and the state Attorney General admitted that the state had unlawfully suppressed evidence.. The men were granted a new trial but were again convicted and sentenced to death.. They were released in 1975 when they received a full pardon from Governor Askew, who stated he was sufficiently convinced that they were innocent.. 4.. Delbert Tibbs (Black) Florida Conviction 1974 Conviction overturned 1977.. Tibbs was sentenced to death for the rape of a sixteen-year-old white girl and the murder of her companion.. Tibbs, a black theological student, was convicted by an all-white jury on the testimony of the female victim whose testimony was uncorroborated and inconsistent with her first description of her assailant.. The conviction was overturned by the Florida Supreme Court because the verdict was not supported by the weight of the evidence, and the state decided not to retry the case.. Tibbs former prosecutor said that the original investigation had been tainted from the beginning and that if there was a retrial, he would appear as a witness for Tibbs.. 5.. Anibal Jarramillo (Latino) Florida Conviction 1981 Released 1982.. Jarramillo was sentenced to death for two counts of first degree murder, despite the jury s unanimous recommendation of life imprisonment.. On appeal, his conviction was reversed when the Florida Supreme Court ruled the evidence used against him was not legally sufficient to support the conviction.. Evidence suggests that the murderer may have been the victims roommate.. 6.. Anthony Brown (Black) Florida Conviction 1983 Acquitted 1986.. Brown was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to death despite a jury recommendation of life imprisonment.. At trial, the only evidence against Brown was a co-defendant who was sentenced to life for his part in the crime.. At retrial, the co-defendant admitted that his testimony at the first trial had been perjured, and Brown was acquitted.. 7.. Joseph Green Brown (Black) Florida Conviction 1974 Charges dropped 1987.. Charges were dropped after the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the prosecution had knowingly allowed false testimony to be introduced at trial.. Brown was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death on the testimony of Ronald Floyd, a co-conspirator who claimed he heard Brown confess to the murder.. Floyd later retracted and admitted his testimony was lie.. Brown came within 13 hours of execution when a new trial was ordered.. Brown was released a year later when the state decided not to retry the case.. 8.. Anthony Ray Peek (Black) Florida Conviction 1978 Acquitted 1987.. Peek was convicted of murder and sentenced to death, despite witnesses who supported his alibi.. His conviction was overturned when expert testimony concerning hair identification evidence was shown to be false.. He was acquitted at his third retrial.. 9.. Juan Ramos (Latino) Florida Conviction 1983 Acquitted 1987.. Despite a jury recommendation of life in prison, Juan Ramos was sentenced to death for rape and murder.. No physical evidence linked Ramos to the victim or the scene of  ...   in 1990, but received a stay.. Prosecutor Carolyn McCann was told by the FBI lab which conducted the DNA tests that: He has been excluded.. He didn t do it.. Another man, who is currently in a psychiatric facility, is now the main suspect.. (Washington Post, 12/15/00 (AP)).. 19.. Joaquin Martinez (Latino) Florida Convicted 1997 Acquitted 2001.. Former Death Row inmate Joaquin Martinez was acquitted of all charges at his retrial for a 1995 murder in Florida.. Martinez s earlier conviction was overturned by the Florida Supreme Court because of improper statements by a police detective at trial.. The prosecution did not seek the death penalty in Martinez s second trial after key prosecution witnesses changed their stories and recanted their testimony.. An audio tape of alleged incriminating statements by Martinez, which was used at the first trial, was ruled inadmissible at retrial because it was inaudible.. The new jury, however, heard evidence that the transcript of the inaudible tape had been prepared by the victim s father, who was the manager of the sheriff s office evidence room at the time of the murder and who had offered a $10,000 reward in the case.. Both the Pope and the King of Spain had tried to intervene on behalf of Martinez, who is a Spanish national.. Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar welcomed the verdict, saying: I m very happy that this Spaniard was declared not guilty.. I ve always been against the death penalty and I always will be.. (Tampa Bay Tribune (AP) 6/6/01).. 20.. Juan Roberto Melendez (Latino) Florida Conviction 1984 Released 2002.. Juan Roberto Melendez spent nearly 18 years on Florida s Death Row before being exonerated of the crime for which he was sentenced to death.. Melendez, who was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Puerto Rico, was sentenced to die in 1984 for the murder of Delbert Baker.. In December 2001, Florida Circuit Court Judge Barbara Fleischer overturned Melendez s capital murder conviction after determining that prosecutors in his original trial withheld critical evidence, thereby undermining confidence in the original verdict.. The judge noted that no physical evidence linked Melendez to the crime.. The state had used the testimony of two witnesses whose credibility was later challenged with new evidence.. (Associated Press, 12/5/01) Following the reversal of the conviction, prosecutors announced the state s decision to abandon charges against Melendez.. (Associated Press, 1/3/02).. 21.. Rudolph Holton (Black) Florida Conviction 1987 Released 2003.. Florida death row inmate Rudolph Holton was released on January 24, 2003, making him the 103rd person exonerated and freed from death row nationwide since 1973.. Holton s conviction for murder was overturned in 2001 and prosecutors announced today that the state was dropping all charges against Holton, who had spent 16 years on death row.. Crucial evidence had been withheld from the defense that pointed to another perpetrator.. 22.. John Robert Ballard (White) Conviction 2003 Aquitted 2006.. The Florida Supreme Court unanimously overturned the conviction of Death Row inmate John Robert Ballard and ordered his acquittal in the 1999 murders of two of his acquaintances.. The court concluded that the evidence against Ballard was so weak that the trial judge should have dismissed the case immediately.. At Ballard.. s trial, only 9 of the 12 jurors recommended a death sentence.. The judge decided to sentence Ballard to death, commenting,.. You have not only forfeited your right to live among us, but under the laws of the state of Florida, you have forfeited your right to live at all.. After serving three years on death row for a crime he did not commit, Ballard was freed and became the 22th person to be exonerated and released from Florida s Death Row since 1972.. 23.. Herman Lindsey (Black) Conviction 2006.. Acquitted 2009.. Herman Lindsey spent more than 3 years on Florida.. s notorious Death Row.. On July 9, 2009, the Florida Supreme Court ruled unanimously (7.. 0) that Herman Lindsey be acquitted and released from Death Row.. He became the 23rd exonerated Florida Death Row survivor and the 133rd person to be exonerated from U.. Death Rows since the Death Penalty was reinstated.. 24.. Seth Penalver (White) Conviction 1999.. Acquitted 2012.. December 21, 2012, after a new trial ordered by the Florida Supreme Court, a unanimous jury (12.. 0) in Broward County acquitted Seth Penalver of all charges relating to the 1994 crimes for which he had been previously convicted and sentenced to death.. The next day, Penalver, 39, was released.. He had been incarcerated 18 years, including time spent on Death Row.. He became the 142nd person exonerated from U.. HOW MANY MORE?.. fadp@fadp..

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  • Title: Vigils and Protests - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Homicide in Progress.. Throughout Florida, More Than 20 Vigils, Protests Marked the Execution Date of Eddie Davis Thursday, July 10 at 6 PM ET.. I realize that I cannot standby silently as my government executes its citizens.. If I do not speak out and resist, I AM AN ACCOMPLICE.. Sr.. Helen Prejean.. Florida continued the premeditated and unnecessary killing of well-secured captive prisoners.. Richard Lynn Scott has already overseen the killing of more incarcerated people (19) than any first term/one term governor in modern Florida history.. Scott ordered the People of the State of Florida to kill Eddie Davis on.. Thursday, July 10 at 6pm ET.. for the 1994 killing of Kimberly Waters.. This was homicide number 19 for our current Governor.. (note the Death Certificates of executed Floridians list Homicide as the manner of death).. Contact Gov.. Rick Scott and tell him to suspend ALL executions.. Governor Rick Scott:.. Phone: (850) 488-7146.. Email: Rick.. Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and our allies call for simultaneous execution vigils/protests across the state at the time of executions.. Each vigil group in Florida is independent and establishes its activities according to the needs, strategies and resources of its members.. ALL are welcome to participate at ANY protest and vigil.. If you do not see your area listed or would like to organize a local action, please contact FADP at 727-215-9646 or fadp@fadp.. This page lists of some Florida actions beginning with bus and carpools.. PAX CHRISTI FLORIDA local groups are hosting and participating in execution vigils across the state.. For more info, please visit their web site, http://paxchristiflorida.. Ask Gov.. Scott to suspend ALL executions to conduct a thorough, balanced, and public investigation into Florida s hugely-expensive government program for the Death Penalty that has wrongfully convicted and sentenced more innocent people to death than any other state.. Sign up to receive future action alerts and news from Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (FADP) at.. http://www.. fadp.. org/subscribe/.. Note: Since execution dates often change, please check the media for updates or feel free to communicate with the vigil/protest contacts listed.. The following were some of the vigils and protests around the July 10 execution of Eddie Davis.. DAYTONA BEACH/ORMOND BEACH/PALM COAST:.. Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church: Governor Rick Scott has signed a Death Warrant for the execution of Eddie Davis to take place on Thursday, July 10 at 6pm.. We will be traveling to Starke to pray for Eddie Davis and his victim on.. Thursday, July 10.. Our bus leaves at 2:30PM.. Our prayerful presence makes the statement that all killing is wrong and the State of Florida does not kill in our name.. We encourage all, no matter their personal feelings about capital punishment, to join us as believers in the sanctity of all life.. If you would like to join us, please call the parish office 386.. 255.. 0433 or Contact: Office of Advocacy and Justice, (407) 246-4819, advocacyjustice@orlandodiocese.. or email Luke Miller lukemiller@ourladyoflourdesdaytona.. Please pack a snack.. 2:30 PM.. Bus leaves parking lot Our Lady of Lourdes, 201 University Blvd, Daytona Beach.. 3:00 PM.. Bus Pick up at Destination Daytona, 1635 U.. Highway 1, Ormond Beach.. 3:30 PM.. Bus Pick up at Winn Dixie on SR 100 in Palm Coast, just off of I95.. GAINESVILLE CARPOOL TO PRISON VIGIL:.. Eddie Davis is scheduled to be executed at 6:00 PM Thursday July 10.. Please join others in witnessing to our opposition to state sanctioned murder.. The vigil/protest includes a short prayer service the tolling of a bell to mark the execution hour a bell that is heard on Death Row so the other inmates know we are there to say Not In Our Name.. We have TWO CARPOOL LOCATIONS, both leaving July 10 at 4:30pm, from Gainesville.. :.. 1).. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4225 NW 34th St, Call Amy Jo Smith for more info: 352-284-1749.. 2).. Parking lot of St.. Augustine s Catholic Church Student Center, 1738 W.. University Ave.. Call George Diller, 352-332-9780 or 213-6669 for more info.. Return time is uncertain as executions are often delayed.. If it goes on schedule the carpool can leave around 6:30 be back in Gainesville by 7:15.. Otherwise, the riders will stay at the prison until there is news of the execution or a stay OR the riders can decide to return prior to the conclusion of events.. The organized vigil activity concludes around 6:30pm.. IN THE EVENT OF A STAY WE WILL NOT GATHER AT THE PRISON.. Miriam, GCADP Co-Coordinator.. Mobile phone for day of execution: 352-278-4342.. FLORIDA STATE PRISON:.. Join volunteers from around the state during the execution, across the highway from the Florida State Prison Death Chamber from.. 5:00 6:30 p.. m.. For more information, contact Mark Elliott at (727) 215-9646 or mark@fadp.. Gather ACROSS from Florida State Prison starting by 5:00pm.. Please bring signs if you have them.. DIRECTIONS.. to the Vigil/Protest  ...   July 10 at 5:30pm.. MIAMI:.. A prayer vigil will be held following.. 11:45 a.. Mass on Thursday, July 10.. at St.. Martha Catholic Church, 9401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami Shores.. Contact: Juan Di Prado, (305) 762-1046, jdiprado@theadom.. MOUNT DORA:.. St.. Patrick Catholic Church, 6803 Old Hwy 441 South, Mt.. Dora on Wednesday, will host a prayer service on.. Wednesday, July 9 at 11:00 a.. Contact: Bernard Welch, blwmm@embarqmail.. OSPREY:.. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, 425 South Tamiami Trail, Osprey will hold a prayer vigil on.. Wednesday, July 9 at 5:30 p.. Contact: Parish office (941) 966-0807.. PALM BEACH GARDENS:.. Catholic Charities Respect Life Office in partnership with the Diocese of Palm Beach and Pax Christi will host a prayer service on.. Thursday, July 10, at 5:30 p.. at the chapel in the Cathedral of St.. Ignatius Loyola, 9999 N.. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens.. The service will be followed by a procession and silent vigil in front of the Cathedral from 5:45 6:15 p.. Contact: Dianne Laubert, (561) 313-2280, dlaubert@diocesepb.. PANAMA CITY:.. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 1008 Fortune Avenue, Panama City on.. Monday, July 7 at 7:00 p.. Contact: (850) 763-1821, stj.. office@knology.. PENSACOLA:.. A holy hour will take place at Basilica of St.. Michael the Archangel, 19 N Palafox St, Pensacola, on.. Friday, July 4 at 11:00 a.. Contact: (850) 438-4985 Additional Contact: Deacon Ray Aguado, Office of Advocacy and Justice, Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee, (850) 435-3531, aguador@ptdiocese.. PERRY:.. A prayer service to end use of the death penalty is held at Immaculate Conception parish, 2750 South Byron Butler Parkway, Perry,.. every Thursday afternoon at 3:00pm.. PINELLAS COUNTY:.. Pinellas anti-death penalty demonstration: Pax Christi Tampa Bay, Peace First, Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and other death penalty opponents will gather.. from 5:00-6:00 PM on Thursday, July 10.. at an anti-death penalty vigil at the intersection of Ulmerton Road and 49th Street N.. in mid-Pinellas County.. This is the site of past vigils.. Park in the lot behind Checkers and the bank on the northwest corner of the intersection.. Signs and banners will be provided, or you can bring your own.. Since execution dates often change please check the media for updates and changes.. The vigil occurs during the actual execution; if the execution is re-scheduled, the vigil will be rescheduled.. FMI: arichter58@msn.. com or (727) 692-9390.. ST.. AUGUSTINE BEACH:.. Please stand with us on.. Thursday, July 10 at 5:15pm.. for a vigil in front of the St.. Augustine Beach City Hall (corner of 16th St.. and A1A South) to mark the execution of Eddie Davis.. We will display our signs and end the vigil at 6:15 after a brief ceremony.. Please come and bring a friend.. Vigils like ours are being held all over the state and are an important tool for raising awareness of the need for reform.. We cannot teach that killing is wrong by killing.. Contact Nancy O Byrne at (904) 461-9216 or obyrnen@bellsouth.. or Jo Anne Engelbert 904-460-1190.. Event sponsored by Amnesty International, Pax Christi, and Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.. SARASOTA:.. Sarasota anti-death penalty: A protest and prayer vigil against the death penalty will take place on.. Thursday, July 10, starting at 5:30 PM.. with a silent protest with signs along Beneva Road just north of Golden Gate Blvd, on the front lawn of St.. Andrew United Church of Christ, 6908 Beneva Road in Sarasota.. The prayer service will begin at 6:00 PM.. This event is an activity of Pax Christi USA Manasota Chapter, St.. Andrew Church of Christ and the Catholic Community of Mary, Mother of Jesus.. FMI: Russ Banner rjbannerusa@gmail.. TALLAHASSEE:.. A prayer service will be held in the chapel at the Co-Cathedral of St.. Thomas Moore, 900 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee on.. Tuesday, July 8 at 7:00pm.. Prayer service will be held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 4665 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, on.. Wednesday, July 9 at 7:30 p.. Contact: (850) 339-7847.. The nineteenth execution under Gov.. Scott will occur on Thursday, July 10 at 6pm ET.. Eddie Davis is scheduled to be killed.. Tallahassee Citizens Against the Death Penalty will sponsor a community prayer vigil scheduled for.. Thursday, July 10 at 6:00 p.. in front of the Governor s Mansion in Tallahassee and an interfaith Service of Remembrance for both Mr.. Davis and Kimberly Waters in the Capitol Building Plaza Level Rotunda the day after the execution,.. Friday, July 11 at noon.. All are welcome and encouraged to attend both events.. Contact: Sheila Meehan, (850) 524-0080.. sheilameehan36@gmail.. FMI: tcadp.. TAMPA BAY AREA:.. Spirit FM 90.. 5 WBVM Tampa will be praying on air.. Thursday, July 10, beginning at 5:50 pm.. Spirit FM is also available on the internet (www.. spiritfm905.. com).. Contact: Sabrina Burton Schultz, (727) 344-1611, sab@dosp.. WINTER PARK:.. A Prayer service will be held at St.. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, 526 North Park Avenue, Winter Park on.. Wednesday, July 9 at 5:00pm..

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  • Title: Who We Are - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (FADP).. is a coalition of individuals and organizations united to abolish the Death Penalty in Florida.. FADP works to build a strong, diverse, statewide, grassroots movement which:.. Opposes executions.. Supports reforms aimed at reducing the application of the Death Penalty until it is ultimately abolished.. Protects the humanity of all persons impacted by the Death Penalty.. Educates Floridians about the Death Penalty.. Provides concrete action steps for individuals and groups..

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  • Title: Press - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: Press.. Exonerated Florida Death Row survivors Seth Penalver and Herman Lindsey.. Press Contact.. For media inquiries, please contact FADP Executive Director Mark Elliott:.. Press Releases.. To view our Press release archives,.. click here..

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  • Title: U.S. Execution Info - Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
    Descriptive info: An execution is not simply death.. It is just as different from the.. privation of life as a concentration camp is from prison.. It adds to death.. a rule, a public premeditation known to the future victim, an organization.. which is itself a source of moral sufferings more terrible than death.. Capital punishment is the most premeditated of murders, to which no.. criminal s deed, however calculated can be compared.. For there to be an.. equivalency, the death penalty would have to punish a criminal who had.. warned his victim of the date at which he would inflict a horrible death.. on him and who, from that moment onward, had confined him at his mercy for.. months.. Such a monster is not encountered in private life.. Albert Camus Reflections on the Guillotine, Resistance, Rebellion.. Death (1956).. Also,.. see here.. Plea Against the Death Penalty.. Look, examine, reflect.. You hold capital punishment up as an example.. Why? Because of what it teaches.. And just what is it that you wish to teach by means of this example? That thou shalt not kill.. And how do you teach that thou shalt not kill ? By killing.. I have examined the death penalty under each of its 2 aspects: as a direct action, and  ...   Governors.. 2014 Executions in US.. 2013 Executions in US.. 2012 Executions in US.. 2011 Executions in US.. 2010 Executions in US.. 2009 Executions in US.. 2008 Executions in US.. 2007 Executions in US.. 2006 Executions in US.. 2005 Executions in US.. 2004 Executions in US.. 2003 Executions in US.. 2002 Executions in US.. 2001 Executions in US.. 2000 Executions in US.. 1999 Executions in US.. 1998 Executions in US.. 1997 Executions in US.. 1996 Executions in US.. 1995 Executions in US.. Executions and Victims since 1977.. USA Executions by Year and State, 2002-.. USA Executions by Year and State, 1977-2001.. Execution Statistics Summary State and Year.. Texas Execution Statistics.. Links to Death Penalty Related Sites.. Death Row Prisoner Pages.. Links for State Organizations and Death Row.. Rosters.. International Death Penalty.. Organizations.. General Death Penalty Links.. Updates are available for at least 2 weeks.. This information along.. with other death penalty information is archived at the Abolish archive.. site.. See related links.. here.. and.. The contents of this Web page are the sole responsibilty of Rick.. Halperin and its contributors, and do not necessarily represent the.. opinions or policies of SMU.. The administrator of this web page is Rick.. Halperin.. If you have questions or comments please contact.. Rick at.. rhalperi@mail.. smu.. edu..

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