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Voices from California's Death Row

Delaney G. Marks

My opinion of your six questions.

1.      Would you like to see “The Justice that Works Act” passed or not? Why or why not? 

I believe some violent killer need harder punishment until they shape up and be a better people. I don’t believe every case should be executed with death. I would like to see some sections of Justice Acts passed. Reason it grants some justice for some inmates who have just mistaken. 

2.      How do you feel about the replacement of Life Without the Possibility of Parole (LWOP), instead of the death penalty?


Voices from California's Death Row

Luis Maciel


1.      Would you like to see “The Justice that Works Act” passed or not? Why or why not? 

 Yes, I would love to have this campaign finally end the “cash cow” that has been taking money from the sole future of our children. Closing their ideas in what a true society really stands for taking money from the sole workers that keep our economy in stable position, but to find out that 225 million was endorse to San Quentin to rebuild a new building for condemn, which somebody’s decided to pocket our “sole workers” moneys – wow!


Voices from California's Death Row

Dora Buenrostro

1.      Would you like to see “The Justice that Works Act” passed or not? Why or why not? 

I would like “The Justice That Works Act” passed because we will be with general population. 

2.      How do you feel about the replacement of Life Without the Possibility of Parole (LWOP), instead of the death penalty?

I feel the replacement of life without the possibility of parole is better even though the person spends the rest of her life in jail.


Voices from California's Death Row

Scott Collins

My name is Scott Forrest Collins. I’ve been on California’s Death Row for twenty years.

I’m in favor of The (so-called) Justice That Works Act”, because it will de-politicize the states justice system, especially the courts, allowing for timely decisions to be made, an my even a little justice rendered.

From Scott Collins


Voices from California's Death Row

Glenn Cornwell

In response to your request that we write our thoughts on whether we’re for or against the applicate of the Death Penalty, my thoughts on the topic reads as follows: If you look at how people of color are being gunned down for no reason, wheat makes you think the evidence gathers, courts and district attorney’s aren’t in bed with defense attorneys against the accused in the worst of the worst cases? What leads you to believe investigators aren’t convincing people it’s their civic duty to testify, misidentify and abuse the process? 


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