Thursday, 29 November 2012

Mississippi Death Row Christmas Card List

Bobby Batiste 153435
Frederick Bell 81039
Devin Bennett L4820
James Billiot 8114
Joseph Patri Brown 45415
Sherwood Dwa Brown 26754
Xavier Brown 44781
Caleb Correthers K0375
Anthony Carr 75337
Ricky Chase 74170
Ronnie Lee Conner 42219
David Cox 178476
Charles Ray Crawford 82068
Jeffery K. Davis 79350
Kenneth Davis 64881
David Dickerson 177151
Curtis Giova Flowers R2436
Leslie Galloway 130792
Roger Lee Gillett 133700
Joseph Bishop Goff 111487
Goodin,Howard Dean 41165
Blayde N. Grayson 37922
Jeffrey Keith Havard L3955
Quintez Hodges R6937
Erik Wayne Hollie 157022
Eddie Lee Jr. Howard 30856
Marlon Howell R7984
Kelvin Jordan 66570
Richard G. Jordan 30990
Jason Lee Keller M0564
Mack Arthur King 37111
Steven Michael Knox R9991
Thong Le L2460
Thomas Loden K8126
Willie Jerom Manning 71931
Eric Moffett M1659
Terry Pitchford 117778
Stephen E. Powers K5020
Timothy Ronk 141817
Willie Russell 42239
Kevin Scott R6570
Robert Jr. Simon 46380
Clyde Wendel Smith 44932
Roger Thorson 8836
Justin Underwood 55372
Alan Dale Walker 77293
Derrick Demo Walker L6016
William Matthew Wilson 129500
Inmate name and # Unit 29 J Bldg. Parchman, Ms. 38738
Please remember to include your address on enevlope or they will not deliver.
Thank you all in advance, Darcy & Michelle

Friday, 17 August 2012

Mississippi Death Row September Birthdays

8/31/69 David Dickerson #177151 9/17/80 
William Wilson #129500 9/25/75 
Blayde Grayson #37922 9/27/68 
Sherwood Brown #26754 9/30/60 
Willie Russell #42239 9/30/75 
Lisa Jo Chamberlain #122376 
 Men's Death Row Inmate name and numer Unit 29 J-Bldg Parchman, Ms. 38738 
Women's Death Row Inmate name and number MSU Death Row 416 P.O. Box 88550 Pearl, Ms. 39288-88550
 Please note we included David Dickerson. He is new to Mississippi death row, and this will be his first birthday at Parchman.

Grant the right to rehabilitation program for Mississippi Death Row offenders

by: Louis Richard 

In 2007, Mississippi Commissioner of Corrections, Mr. Christopher Epps, created a rehabilitation program to curb the violence in Mississippi prisons, specifically in Unit 32 at Parchman. Under the direction of then Superintendent Mr.Emmit Sparkman (now Det. Comm.) The two created the high-risk incentive tier program, and it has proven to be a valuable tool for improving the quality of life for the offenders that have participated, as Mr. Epps stated in a interview. They were able to reduce violence, and ultimately the offender population from 1,000 to 300 high-risk offenders, eventually closing Unit 32 in December 2010. What was failed to mention is that under this program and policy, Death Row offenders are classified to participate, but are being excluded. There are not any differences between DR and state offenders classified as high-risk. They are under the very same guidelines, policies, rules, and regulations. It appears the only difference is that Mr. Epps, and Sparkman are under the impression the men on DR are not worthy of a better quality of life.

VID 20120811 1212151

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan avoids answering torture victim Mark Clements question about Chicago Police Torture and the men sit behind prison walls

Thursday, 9 August 2012


Nationwide, the statistical evidence is in; the death penalty is not a deterrent to murder. DNA analysis, forensics and the actions of a concerned citizenship has resulted in the exoneration of 138 condemned men. The inefficiency and inequality of the justice system has been exposed. With these facts in mind, change is coming Mississippi! We have all worked hard, but it is fair to say we needed much more assistance to end this barbaric form of punishment. Let's all stand together, and let our voices be heard. One voice can be over-heard, but the voices of many can't.

Fredrick Bell

Fredrick Bell was sentenced to die for the shooting death of a store owner in 1991 will have his sentenced changed to life without parole. Fredrick previously had a execution date set for December 27, 2010. He received a stay based on the issue if he had in fact, suffered from mental retardation. In February of 2011, the Mississipi Supreme Court granted him a hearing on the issue of whether he suffered from mental retardation. Grenada County Circuit Court, appointed the Forensic Services Unit of the Mississippi State Hospital at Whitfield as the court's expert. A spokesperson for Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says the team of medical professionals determined Fredrick has a full scale IQ of 63. Fredrick Bell's life will now be speared, and resentenced to life without the possibility of parole. We wish to thank everyone, for all the long going support to Fredrick, and the Bell family.

The Silent Voices Of Mississippi

The Silent Voices Of Mississippi was Founded by, Darcy Delaproser and Co-Founded by, Michelle Schmude. It was established to bring attention to what was happening in Mississippi. Both for death row, and state inmates. The Silent Voices of Mississippi is a platform to give the men/women in Mississippi a voice, to bring attention to these cases, and the inhumane conditions these men/women are forced to live in. Darcy has long been a advocate for juveniles, and has advocated many years relentlessly for Joesph Brown, a innocent man on Mississippi's death row. She has long been known as, "The Voice Of The Voiceless". We are proud to announce that Charity Lee from the Ella Foundation, and Mark Clement from Campaign to End the Death Penalty have joined us in our fight. We are working in a combined effort to start a Chapter of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, in Mississippi. We believe this will give the men/women on death row a much larger platform with national support. This can also work as a tool helping the families and loved ones of those incarnated. Please share your thanks and continued support with Mark Clement and Charity Lee, as you all have done so graciously with us over the past year. Silent Voices Of Mississippi, Darcy Delaproser Michelle Schmude