Rodney no longer has an execution date and his case is now before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA). We are no longer sending clemency letters (asking to spare his life) but may launch a coordinated letter-writing campaign targeted at the CCA in the future. Rodney and his family are very grateful to the people from all over the WORLD who wrote in on his behalf… it really worked! For now, this page remains up as a reminder to what we can accomplish in the name of justice!
Supporters from anywhere in the world can sign and share this clemency letter for Rodney Reed. When you’ve sent a letter, let us know! Share the news on our Facebook and email a copy of your letter to Lily@nodeathpenalty.org
Rodney’s appeal for clemency is backed by people across the country, and grows everyday. A list of notable supporters can be found on the Clemency Supporters page. If you are a leader of a church or organization and would like to add your name to this list, please let us know.
You can download, print, and mail the pdf or Word version to:
Gov. Greg Abbott
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711-2428
contact form: https://gov.texas.gov/contact/assistance.aspx
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
P. O. Box 13401
Austin, Texas 78711-3401
Feel free to personalize your letter if you wish. For example, see how Rev. Charles Kullmann, Rev. Tom VandeStadt, Fr. Bill Wack, and Mark Clements made the template letter their own. Letters written by other supporters can be found on Facebook here.
If you are not in Austin and you are able to collect physical copies of this letter, please remember to make copies of all signed letters and mail them to the
CEDP-Austin at 1311 East 13th St., Austin, TX, 78702
We want to have a record of every letter sent so the Governor’s office cannot ignore us!
Receiving lots of physical letters will make an impression on the Governor and the BPP. But if you’d prefer to email, you can use this helpful form created by the Innocence Project. Alternately, you can send an email through Amnesty International.
According to Texas law, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles can recommend clemency for Rodney, and Gov. Greg Abbott can approve or reject this recommendation, or Gov. Abbott can issue a one-time, 30 day stay without the recommendation. For that reason, our letter is addressed to both.