Save Rodney Gray
In August 1994 Rodney F. Gray was arrested, and held in Jasper County Jail for almost 8 months without being charged with a crime. In January 1996 he was convicted of Capitol Murder, and sentenced to die by lethal injection. Since then he existed under thr relenting persecution o Mississippi Death Row. Rodney Gray was given the Death Penalty Despite: 1) Being denied the right to a speedy trial. 2) Having court appointed lawyers that lacked the experience in capitol defense litigation. ( There specialty was insurance.) 3) Lack of proper investigation. 4) Invaluable testing that was not performed, and used as evidence in Rodney's case. 5) The racial makeup of the jury was 11 white to one black in a county that is over half black. The only black juror slept through most of the trial, and he is mentally challenged. (Bill Evans of Lawrence, Ms.) 6) Witnesses that lied on the stand in order to get lighter sentences for the crimes they committed. (Russell Saunders of Chicago, Ill. and Cleveland McCall of Union, Ms.) They are both convicted felons. Who had a incestuous relationship with Newton County Sheriff's Dept. We are asking for a, "stay" or a commuted sentence.