Justice for Rodney Reed

Rodney Reed with his brother Rodrick, nephew Rodrick Jr., and mother Sandra Reed at the Allan B. Polunsky Unit, West Livingston, Texas in 2019. Photo courtesy of the Reed Justice Initiative.

Let Rodney know you’ll be fighting for him

Just over a year ago on Nov. 15, 2019 the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals issued an indefinite stay of execution for Innocence Project client Rodney Reed, who was facing execution for the 1999 murder of Stacey Stites in Bastrop, Texas. The ruling gave Rodney and his family hope, but the COVID-19 pandemic has since devastated Texas’ prison system, delayed Rodney’s hearing until May 17, 2021, and restricted his communication with loved ones.

Mail is just about the only way Rodney has been able to communicate with his family. Send him an uplifting note to let him know that you’ll be fighting for him until he gets justice and then make sure everyone knows about Rodney’s case on Twitter.

Learn more: 10 key facts about Rodney Reed

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