In the letter Weisenthal asks the governor to intervene in the case of Jimmy Wilson: "At this time I would like to implore you to do your utmost to prevent this and other possible barbarous legal murders. By this I mean not only the saving of Jimmy...
In the letter "Doe" urges the governor not to commute the sentence of Jimmy Wilson: "For the life of me I cannot see why any red blooded southern white man could interfere with the verdict of 12 just and upright men who placed the death penalty on...
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