Tag Archives: Mississippi Injustice

Hope; Jeff’s Voice

It’s hard to believe the Hearing was nine months ago. It feels like an eternity, because so much has happened since then. Most of it was very good, but the passing of my Grandmother was beyond terrible. She passed exactly … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Voice: Long Time Gone

I know it’s been far too long since I have written. I apologize for the long silence. Life has been very difficult, and I’ve avoided talking about it. Nevertheless, I sincerely thank you for your steadfast support. You make a … Continue reading

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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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Jeff’s Voice; Waiting

Well, the final filing on my case has been before the trial court for several months now. I wonder how long it will take for the court’s decision, or rather, their compliance with the Mississippi Supreme Court’s unanimous order for … Continue reading

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