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Forum Post: Please Sign and share the Petition to Acknowledge and Pardon John Levine who faces execution

Posted 2 years ago on Nov. 14, 2012, 10:04 p.m. EST by lawstudent402 (18)
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http://wh.gov/X2LH John Levine is an Emory Law Student who is accused of conspiring to murder three individuals after being raped by three of his friends. He maintains his innocence and states that he told the murderer no to act. His entire family has already been executed in secret and he faces execution in June of 2013 by torture. Sign to pardon John Levine and acknowledge this great injustice.

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[-] 1 points by lawstudent402 (18) 2 years ago

Please help shed light on the secret torture and murder of an innocent and upstanding civilian right here in New York State

[-] 1 points by Coyote88 (-24) 2 years ago

This makes no sense.

[-] 1 points by lawstudent402 (18) 2 years ago

What do you mean? The government has chosen to execute without trial because this ensures that they can get the death penalty. Also, this greatly accelerates the process and shields the community from the negative publicity. From the governments perspective this makes sense. But it is an injustice and it is the wrong choice

[-] 1 points by Coyote88 (-24) 2 years ago

Does the Fed govt have the death penalty?

[-] 1 points by lawstudent402 (18) 2 years ago

Yes but it can be hard to get it and maintain it for the time it takes to carry it out. It is also very expensive

[-] 1 points by Coyote88 (-24) 2 years ago

Okay. When was the Federal Death Penalty used?

[-] 1 points by lawstudent402 (18) 2 years ago

Since 1988, the federal government has taken to trial a total of 186 federal death penalty cases involving 274 defendants in 215 trials

[-] 1 points by lawstudent402 (18) 2 years ago

But i am not a victim of that death penalty directly. I am the victim of a governmental kill list. I want to make the Obama administration address this before it is too late