In this interview from his appearance on MSNBC, David Grann, who wrote the article “Trial by Fire” in the New Yorker about the Todd Willingham case, says there is “not a single shred of evidence of arson”. Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Texas Should Admit Todd Willingham was…read more
David Grann of New Yorker Responds to Former Prosecutor’s Ludicrous Claim that Todd Willingham was Guilty Despite “undeniably flawed” Forensic Evidence
Before the article in the New Yorker, “Trial by Fire” by David Grann, appeared last week, John Jackson, one of the prosecutors in the original trial of Todd Willingham, wrote a guest column in the Corsicana Sun laying out why he thought Willingham was guilty, despite the “undeniably flawed” forensic evidence about the fire. Now,…read more
New Yorker Examines Texas’ Execution of Innocent Person; Predicts People Will Shout Name of Todd Willingham to End Death Penalty
In the Sept 7, 2009 edition of the New Yorker David Grann comprehensively examines the Todd Willingham case in which an innocent person was executed by Texas. The proven execution of an innocent person means the end of the death penalty in the United States. Shout this name from the rooftops, Todd Willingham. He was…read more
Join us for the 3rd Planning Meeting for the 10th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty Wednesday, August 26th, 7 PM @ Double Dave’s Pizza on Duval in Austin. Double Dave’s Pizza 3000 Duval St Austin, TX 78705 (512) 476-3283
The Chicago Tribune is breaking the story that the investigator for the Texas Forensic Science Commission is going to report that the fire for which Cameron Todd Willingham was sentenced to death for setting to murder his children was an accidental fire and not arson. Willingham always maintained his innocence. If the TFSC takes the…read more
We added as many photos and videos of past marches that we could find to the website. If anyone has any photos or videos from past marches, please contact us, so we can put them on the website.
Activated a new theme for the website. We don’t know if we will keep this theme, still looking for a good one. This one is free, which is good. There are lots more themes here, in case anyone sees one they like, then we can try that one out too.
Last night, we had our second organizing meeting for the march. It was at Cepeda library in Austin. One of the decisions we made was to use the web address www.marchforabolition.org. So, now we are working on creating the website, and with the help of wordtree, we will have the best marketing management. We will…read more