Th1onein Donating Member (1000+ posts) J Tue Aug-26-08 09:23 PM
Response to Reply #3
7. You can't believe everything you read, dear.
Reginald was working with his relatives, and helping them out and they were paying him a little bit here and there. He was NOT a plumber, but he helped a plumber and they TOLD him he was a plumber, so he told the TDCJ he was a plumber. Same thing with the truck driving.
This poor man is just pitiful. I've written to a lot of death row prisoners, and I've yet to see one that protests his innocence to me.
They just don't do it. They don't talk about their cases. They try to get them overturned via a technicality, because they know that the evidence is against them.
This has not been the case with Reginald. From the beginning, he has railed against the injustice, and proclaimed his innocence. The evidence against him is about as substantial as a mist. He was convicted on the testimony of the man who actually committed the crime. However, he is a poor, ignorant, stupid black man; not even smart enough to contribute to his own defense.
It is shameful what the State of Texas is going to do to this man.