On-Line Petition for Efren Paredes, Jr.
Sunday, November 26, 2006 an electronic petition to support the release of Efren Paredes, Jr. was created. We have set a tentative goal of gathering 1,000 signatures. If it appears we will exceed that number sooner than anticipated we can always extend the goal. The more signatures we can amass the better.
Along with signing the On-line petition people can leave a comment on the petition for others to read. This will prove helpful encouraging others to sign the petition. Please sign the petition and encourage others to do so as well. We will use the petition to urge the Governor of the State of Michigan to pardon or commute Efren's sentence if an appellate court will not grant him a new trial.
Please forward this e-mail to others in your address book and ask them to do the same. Participating in this petition-drive is a very substantial contribution you can make towards helping Efren's campaign for justice.
If we can have 100 people get 10 others to participate in this project we can reach our 1,000 signature goal quickly and then extend our goal to include additional signatures. A link to the petition appears below:
Video of Fund Raiser for Efren Paredes, Jr.
Below please find a link to the edited video of the José Guadalupe Posada Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) art exhibit and Efren's private investigator fund raiser that Scott Elliott graciously hosted at The Citadel on October 27, 2006.
You are encouraged to view the video and share it with others. This, and other videos we plan on creating, can be utilized to assist us spread the word about Efren's wrongful conviction and generate additional support. Efren's mother is currently working on creating a video message asking people to support Efren as the next contribution to the video project.
You can share the video link by either forwarding this e-mail to others or by highlighting the link below, copying it, and pasting it into other e-mails you send.
To learn more about the injustice against Efren Paredes, Jr. you are encouraged to visit The Injustice Must End (TIME) web site at http://www.4efren.com/.
Thank you for your continued support.