Dear Mr. President Dear Mr. Governor
Dear Mr. President, Dear Mr. Governor,
We the people of the WORLD ask for your help. A crime was committed more than 25 years ago by a child barely a teenager at the age of 13. This little boy has spent more than 25 years in prison paying for a terrible mistake he made all those years ago.
As a child we all make mistakes learning about life, some bigger than others which is evident in this case. We are not saying that this boy didn't deserved to be punished for his crime, which took the lifes of two elderly woman, but we ask you to please review this case as a humanitain plee of forgiveness and understanding.
At the age of 15 he was trialled as an "ADULT" and given a sentence of "170 years" without a chance of parole until he reaches the age of 100. The little boy has now grown from a teenager into a man, he has paid deeply for his crime to society, he has been rehabilitated and crying out to all of us gloablly for a small chance to show this - Has the man not been punished enough for what the child did?
We sign this petition in support of the lost boy, Ronald L Sanford residing at Indiana State Prison, USA. Forgotten by the world for what he did as child. We are all asking for you to give him the smallest of chances so that he can be judged for the man he has become, for the chance that one day where he may have the opportunity to spend the little time he has left on earth as a free man. A single chance to be given the opportunity for at least a parole hearing as middle age man or a review of his case for the adult sentencing he was unjustly given as a little boy.
Thank you kindly from all of us who have signed this petetion.
The Hundreds, The Thousands and The Millions of people around the world who believe in right thing to do.
“It always seems impossible until it's done.”
― Nelson Mandela
100 000 signatures will have the Governer review this case.
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