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Top 10 Texas Death Penalty News Stories of 2015

1) Alfred Dewayne Brown was exonerated and released after more than ten years on Texas death row for a crime he did not commit. He walked free and into the loving arms of his family and friends on June 8, 2015. “I went in an innocent man and I came out an innocent man,” said Brown….read more

Did Texas Execute an Innocent Person in 2015?

Lester Bower, who had a strong case of innocence, was executed on June 8, 2015  after 31 years on Texas death row. He spent more time on death row than any other person executed in Texas. Bower maintained his innocence to the end. According to Jordan Smith of The Intercept, “serious questions remained about the state’s investigation and prosecution of Bower….read more

Donate to Texas Death Row Survivor Alfred Dewayne Brown

After more than ten years on Texas death row for a crime he did not commit, Alfred Dewayne Brown walked free and into the loving arms of his family and friends on June 8, 2015. “I went in an innocent man and I came out an innocent man,” said Brown. Now, he needs your help…read more

16th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty – Oct 24, 2015

Join us on at the Texas Capitol for the 16th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty. 2 PM Saturday, October 24, 2015 The Texas Capitol South Steps Austin, Texas Alfred Dewayne Brown is coming to the 16th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty. Dewayne was released on June 8, 2015 after more than 10…read more

Photos of Alfred Dewayne Brown After Texas Death Row

We just received some pictures of Alfred Dewayne Brown back at home. He is happy to be back together with his family and able to smell the fresh air every day. In addition to learning how touch screen cell phones work, he enjoys feeding the horses everyday, one of the activities he longed to do…read more

Update on Crowdfunding Campaign to Help Alfred Dewayne Brown

On June 8, 2015, Alfred Dewayne Brown walked free for the first time after more than ten years in solitary confinement on Texas death row for a crime he did not commit. Today we reached a milestone in our collective effort to help him rebuild his life. We hit $3,585 raised and we still have…read more