Tuesday, May 26, 2009

ACTION: CONNECTICUT From Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation

Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation
Reconciliation means accepting you cannot undo the murder but you can decide how to want to live afterwards.

Family Member Walt Everett is quoted in the attached article about the abolition efforts in Connecticut. See: here

Let's join Walt and let this Governor know what we think:

If you live in Connecticut, please call and e-mail Governor Rell.

If you live elsewhere, please think about who you know who lives in Connecticut and forward this action request to them. Then call them to alert them to your e-mail and ask them to both call and e-mail Governor Rell immediately with the message that:

"I live in Connecticut and I am very happy the the legislature passed a bill to repeal the death penalty. Please sign that bill."

The phone is 860-566-4840.

The email: Governor.Rell@ct.gov

Letters, blog posts and comments expressing a similar sentiment on the web pages of Connecticut newspapers would be useful as well.

To stay updated on what is happening in Connecticut, join CNADP by sending an e-mail to CNADP's executive director Ben Jones at ben.jones@cnadp.org. See CNADP's web page at here

TODAY is the day that you can help make all the difference. Please take action now!

Finally, please let us know if you are quoted in any death penalty news so that we can share with folks on our list.


Beth Wood

Associate Director

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