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Stop Early Release of Convicted Rapist

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Background:

Willie Lagway is being considered for early releasein May2015, by the Ohio Parole Board. He is currently incarcerated for the kidnapping and robbery of 6 women, two of which he raped.

During each attack on these women, Lagway copied down their personal information. He has also seen the victim's age progression and their families by way of a second trial, where he was re-convicted on all original counts. Additionally, with the way technology is today, it would not be difficult to gather current information on the victims.

The victims and their families are asking for your help to keep him in prison as they are scared he will recommit if released.

Not only did he admit to everything, during his trial, Lagway stated, "the only mistake he made was not sacrificing his victims because this is what ended up happening, he ended up getting caught."

Please sign the petition and leave any comments on the blog page.

We are also asking that letters be sent directly to the parole board at the following address. Letters MUST includeWILLIE LAGWAY #A173689 on each page.

Ohio Parole Board

770 West Broad Street

Columbus, Ohio 43222


You can also e-mail letters to

DRC.Victim.Services@odrc.state.oh.us


The blog tab of this petition has the news articles/clips of the case for your information.

We want to personally thank everyone who has helped by writing a letter or signing the petition. We will keep you updated on any further information.


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  • L Zell
    L Zell United States, Akron
    Jan 19, 2015
    Jan 19, 2015
    please keep this man in jail,how on earth could he be a better person now. He terrorized these woman and I fear will seek to do more harm. we know from a young age what is right from wrong, and pay for the pain caused.please keep him locked up
  • Nancy
    Nancy United States, Wadsworth
    Jan 14, 2015
    Jan 14, 2015
    Just keep him in there.!!!!!!!
    No one else should endure what he will more than likely do again!
    Minimum of 109 years should mean something.
    Letting him out is an insane idea!!!
  • Andrew Brookes
    Andrew Brookes United States, Columbus
    Jan 12, 2015
    Jan 12, 2015
    Letting violent serial rapists go free is RAPE CULTURE
  • David Johnston
    David Johnston United States, Colton
    Jan 12, 2015
    Jan 12, 2015
    Either keep him in for the entire time or execute him. It is the only way to ensure he will not go after the victims again. Besides I agree with others if he was sentenced to serve 109 years then thats what he should serve.
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