I ask you to join us in a call to suspend executions in Florida. Florida is one of 33 states with the death penalty, but Florida has far more exonerations that any other state in the union. Death Row exoneration happens when the condemned prisoner is acquitted of all charges, or had all charges dismissed by the prosecution, or been granted a complete pardon based on evidence of innocence.
Twenty-four people have been released from death row in Florida to return to some part of a normal life, some after almost 20 years on Death Row. Seventy-four were executed without, perhaps, a fair trial. We want to make sure no more innocent people are executed. Join us as we ask Rick Scott to put a moratorium on executions.