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Jeff’s Voice; Capital Punishment

We’re off lockdown again, but for how long, who knows? I imagine you are as sick of hearing about lockdown as I am of living it. I’ve got a big complex about being locked down, especially considering that I haven’t … Continue reading

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The Defense’s Rebuttal to the State;

“Jeff Havard’s defense team recently filed their response to the State’s opposition for post-conviction relief. There is absolutely no reason to deny Jeff a hearing at this point. His argument for innocence has never been stronger. The prosecution’s case has … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Lockdown

Well, we are on lockdown AGAIN! It’s no big deal for death row since we’re always locked down. Lockdown for those that live here is the loss of yard privileges, canteen and limited showers. But when those things are the … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Justice?

I know it’s been a while since I have written. I couldn’t buy stamps as we get no canteen when the prison is on lockdown and it was several weeks this time, but I have stamps now. Hopefully, there will … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice; Set Up?

Two months ago I didn’t want to write about this, I actually swore the few people that knew to secrecy. I was viciously assaulted by another death row inmate while I was at visitation with my grandmother. I didn’t want … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: Cowardice…

About a week ago, my Grandmother went out on her back porch and found something very interesting. She found an original article, from our hometown newspaper, from the exact date that I was sentenced to death. The article had a … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: A Terrible Loss…

Not long ago I wrote how dedicated my grandparents are to me. I also wrote how much of a labor of love that it was for them to visit. In particular it was a huge effort on my Grandpa‚Äôs part … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: Case Reflections

Lately, I’ve been even more hopeful about my case because of several recent encouraging rulings by the State’s highest court. From what I can see, the court appears to have undergone some changes since my last go-round with the system. … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: Seasons of Emotion

The other day I was trying to explain to a friend the range of emotions I experience in just one day on death row. Let me start by describing my bi-weekly visits with my grandparents, which take place on alternating … Continue reading

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My Thoughts On The Jeffrey Havard Case

Originally posted on Stop Wrongful Convictions:
Of all the wrongful conviction cases I’ve covered, the Jeffrey Havard case has been the most difficult for me to write about. Not because I don’t believe in his innocence; quite the contrary. It…

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