Cotton Spider – Wooden Horse Prevent Clemency
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“COTTON SPIDER AND A WOODEN CART PROHIBIT CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR BROWN FROM SIGNING CLEMENCY
“The Nancy Lockhart Show’” tackles injustices and actively obtains results.
California – July 18, 2011 – The question “Will a cotton spider and a Wooden Cart cause Patricia Wright To Die In A California Prison?” Many years ago Patricia Wright visited a model home with her young son. After touring the home Patricia learned that her son had taken a cotton spider and wooden cart out of the children's play room of the model home. Patricia had no idea of this but, ended up acquiring a misdemeanor in the state of California.
Patricia Wright CDC#W79941, is wrongly convicted and currently housed at Central California Women's Skilled Nursing Facility as she is terminally ill. Patricia is requesting that Governor Brown commute her sentence as, the Board of Pardon's and Parole is in agreement with her release.
The INNOCENCE PROJECT at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York, NY has accepted Patricia's case and is working on proving her innocence; however, Patricia is dying.
Patricia was convicted in 1998 of her ex-husband’s 1981 murder, no physical or forensic evidence or, eyewitnesses tie her to the crime, she adamantly denies any involvement, and crime scene fingerprints exclude her.
Read about her story at, http://justicedenied.org/issue/issue_38/patricia_wright_jd_issue_38...
Arletta Wright, Patricia's sister, has joined The Nancy Lockhart Show seeking the public's assistance to release her terminally ill sister. The Cotton Spider and Wooden Cart were upgraded to a felony after the wrongful conviction. A COTTON SPIDER and WOODEN CART Prohibit Commutation.
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