Save Dustin Higgs

U.S. Department of Justice

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Dustin Higgs was convicted and sentenced to the federal death penalty as an accomplice to the 1996 murders of Tanji Jackson, Tamika Black and Mishann Chinn. It was the first federal death sentence handed down in Maryland in the modern era. Dustin was not the person who actually shot the three women and is pleading his innocence. In fact, it was Willis Haynes who pulled the trigger, and he was sentenced to life in prison plus 45 years after a separate jury spared him the death penalty for the crime.With the resumption of federal executions in 2020, Dustin's life is at serious risk.

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To: U.S. Department of Justice
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Dustin Higgs​ was convicted and sentenced to the federal death penalty as an accomplice to the 1996 murders of Tanji Jackson, Tamika Black and Mishann Chinn. It was the first federal death sentence handed down in Maryland in the modern era. Dustin was not the person who actually shot the three women and is pleading his innocence. In fact, it was Willis Haynes who pulled the trigger, and he was sentenced to life in prison plus 45 years after a separate jury spared him the death penalty for the crime.

With the resumption of federal executions in 2020, Dustin's life is at serious risk.​​

Thank you for your time and attention to this serious matter.