Sunday, October 28, 2007

Pictures from the 2008 March to Stop Executions in Houston


Picture by Mayra Beltran: Chronicle
Alice, left, and Margaret Bradley, right, sisters of former death row inmate Clarence Bradley, chant with marchers at SHAPE Community Center after approximately 200 marchers departing from Emancipation Park walk a mile to SHAPE.


Mayra Beltran: Chronicle
Barbara Hartfield holds a poster of her brother Joshua Maxwell "Moe" who is on death row, as she listens to speakers at SHAPE Community Center after approximately 200 marchers departing from Emancipation Park walk a mile to SHAPE.

For more pictures and Houston Chronicle's article about the march click here.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess none of you people have ever had to look at a loved one who had their head blown off. These animals should die. In fact, it would be great if we could execute them twice. You scream that the death penalty does not work. It could be improved in two basic ways. One, drastically shorten the appeals process. Two, apply capital punishment to intoxicated manslaughter defendants, rapist, child abusers, and serial drug offenders as well as murderers. If you wish to help society, start advocating for victims of crime instead of the criminals.

marilyn_atwood said...

for you to sit there and try to clean out other peoples closets, when you probably have skeleton's of your own, whether it be you gossip to much about others, over eat or what ever it is maybe you shop to much, People do hit bumpy roads in there lives at times, I hope that the awesome lord punishes you one day for opening your mouth, There is recovery for people,