#KellyOnMyMind

HOPE IS ALIVE! AND SO IS KELLY! For the second time, Kelly’s execution has been postponed, but we still must act to make sure a third execution date is not set. As long as Kelly has breath, hope is still alive.

Tell Governor Deal he DOES have the power to halt this execution. Tell Attorney General Sam Olens to STOP signing death warrants. And tell Georgia’s Board of Pardons and Paroles to commute Kelly’s death sentence to life without parole.

Gov. Nathan Deal / 404-656-1776 / @GovernorDeal
Georgia’s Board of Pardons and Paroles / 404-656-4661 / @GA_ParoleBoard
Attorney General Sam Olens / 404-656-3300 / @Georgia_AG @samolens

#KellyOnMyMind

READ MORE AND ACT NOW
Petition To Stop Execution of Kelly Gissendaner: bitly.com/petition_kgstop
Faith Leaders Letter & Petition: bitly.com/GAClergyLetter
Huffington Post Blogs: bitly.com/KellyGissendanerStory & huff.to/1DFPWzn
NY Times Article: nyti.ms/1Ak3Xhv

  1. Jenny McBride: Forgiveness and Redemption

  2. Kelly Gissendaner

    On Monday, March 2, 2015, the state of Georgia will execute Kelly Gissendaner. But Kelly is no longer the person she was 17 years ago when she asked her boyfriend to kill her husband. Her time in prison has changed her. Her faith in God has changed her. Those who know her now describe a woman who is using her life in prison to mentor at-risk youth. A person who is a calming presence for inmates and and who has helped prevented prison suicides. Because Kelly is behind bars, waiting for her execution, she cannot speak to you herself, but listen to the words she has written.

  3. Nikki's Story

    Meet Nikki Roberts, a former inmate at Metro State Prison in Georgia. When Nikki tried to kill herself, Kelly saved her life. Now she’s asking for Kelly’s life to be saved.