FADP Update


Today, Gov. Scott ordered the execution of Marshal Gore. He is scheduled to be executed Monday, June 24 at 6pm ET.

Elmer Carroll is scheduled for execution on Wed. May 29 and William Van Poyck on Wed. June 12.

WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW! Things are getting really ugly here in Florida. Actions and underway and many more are planned.

We are working to present FL Death Row exoneree Juan Melendez’s petition to Gov. Scott with 10,000 signatures. Please share everywhere. Time is running out fast.

Please sign and share Juan Melendez’s petition to Gov. Rick Scott to VETO THE TIMELY JUSTICE ACT (HB7083) which limits appeals and speeds up executions. Juan was miraculously exonerated and released after almost 18 years on Florida’s Death Row. He is one of 24 innocent men exonerated many years after the State of Florida sentenced them to death. How many more innocent people are still on Death Row? How many of them will be executed? With the “FASTER EXECUTION ACT” we will never know.

Contact Governor Rick Scott and ask him to STOP SIGNING DEATH WARRANTS and VETO THE TIMELY JUSTICE ACT.

Gov. Rick Scott – Phone: 850-488-7146

Email: Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com

The ACLU of Florida has issued an Action to contact Gov. Scott to veto the Timely Justice Act. “Don’t Make Our Unjust Death Penalty System Even Worse”

Miami Herald editorial on The Timely Justice Act,”Stop Death Penalty Bill Gov. Scott”


Shine the light,


Please “like” and share the FADP Facebook page.

Sent by:

Mark Elliott

Executive Director

Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, fadp.org

P.O. Box 82943

Tampa, FL 82943

Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is a coalition of organizations and individuals united to abolish the Death Penalty in Florida.

FADP works to build a strong, diverse, statewide grassroots movement which:

* Opposes executions

* Supports reforms aimed at reducing the application of the Death Penalty until it is abolished

* Protects the humanity of all persons impacted by the Death Penalty

* Educates Floridians about the Death Penalty

* Provides concrete action steps for individuals and groups


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