Reject Parole of convicted killer Robert Anderson Spedding
We are urging California Governor Jerry Brown not to approve the parole of Robert Spedding. He was convicted in 1990 of the first degree murder of Ernie King, who was a teacher, a husband, and the father of 2 children. The intoxicated Speddingbeat, attempted to rob, and then forced Ernie to jump to his death from a pick-up traveling at 50 MPH just because he thought Ernie was a homosexual. Ernie was legally blind and deaf. Prosecutor Greg Peinado said "I'm disappointed with the decision based upon the panel's recognition of his lack of insight" (into his crime). He failed to acknowledge the death of Ernie King and the facts of the case." Governor Brown has 120 days from Sept. 25, 2014, to approve the parole decision. We request that he refuse to sign off or formally reject the parole of this murderer on behalf of the victim's family and friends, andfor the future safety of the public in general.