Stop the Execution of Alan Miller in Alabama
Governor Kay Ivey
Alan Miller was scheduled for execution in Alabama on September 22, 2022 for the 1999 shooting deaths of Lee Holdbrooks, Christopher Scott Yancy and Terry Jarvis. They started, but they could not finish - an awful additional torture for everyone involved. Alan Miller is still alive. Please sign this petition, as Miller will certainly receive a new execution date.
This, from a fellow prisoner.
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Please sign the petition asking Governor Ivey to do everything within her power to stop this execution, including issuing a stay, and seeking a path to clemency in the case.
Governor Kay Ivey
From: [Your Name]
We are writing to ask that you to stop the September 22 execution of Alan Miller for the 1999 shooting deaths of Lee Holdbrooks, Christopher Scott Yancy and Terry Jarvis.
1. Mr. Miller has ineffective assistance of counsel claims at the guilt and penalty phase.
2. Mr. Miller was mentally ill at the time of the crime, suffering from delusional disorder which should have made him ineligible for the death penalty.
We are concerned that while the vast majority of states with capital punishment continue on a downward trend of executions, Alabama has continued to go against trend by carrying on with scheduling execution dates. We are especially troubled that Alabama is failing to reveal the expiration date of your execution drugs or the source of the drugs.
Alabama ought to delay all executions to allow for a thorough study of its capital punishment process and consider the serious objections raised as to how it administers the death penalty.
We, the undersigned, ask that you do everything within your power to stop this execution, including issuing a stay, and seeking a path to clemency in the case.
Thank you for your time and attention to this serious matter.