• Tracy Keogh

Pardoning Brendan Dassey is a Moral Imperative: An Open Letter to Governor Evers



Governor Tony Evers

115 East

State Capitol

Madison, WI 53702



Dear Governor Evers,


At a time when we have all been challenged to reach for and display our humanity, we, the undersigned as a collective of concerned citizens call upon you to exercise your power of executive clemency with equitable and humane discretion.


As a coalition of voices united in common purpose, we implore you to extend compassion and mercy to Brendan Dassey by using your commutation power in a new and transformational way. And to end the overly punitive prison sentence and wrongful incarceration Mr. Dassey has been forced to endure for the past 15 years and 7 months.


Of more than 2 million people incarcerated in the United States more than half – roughly 1.3 million people – are serving time in state prisons across the country. Research documents that between one and five percent of those people are innocent. So, we can rightly assume that the low-end estimate is more than 20,000 people, and at the higher end, over 100,000. Mr. Dassey as four federal judges agree, is one of them.


To grant clemency is a corrective action, a fail safe for when the courts and the judicial branch fail. And it does, with increasing regularity. The exoneration registry details 2,869 exonerations since 1989 with more than 25,900 years lost. Every one of those moments lost is unforgivable – and irretrievable.


You are on record as saying that Brendan Dassey’s wrongful conviction is a legal issue. However, to defer to the judicial branch on a petition that features a claim of actual innocence demonstrates an aversion to accountability and to the seeking of justice for those wrongfully convicted in the state of Wisconsin. It also by default, mimics the Walker era of abstinence, for he too, preferred to defer to the judicial branch. You have spoken much of hope, yet that hope is fractured into digestible pieces to appease the masses and offers little to those who need it the most – the wrongfully convicted. Two years into your tenure and the actually innocent remain excluded from any type of tangible pathway to relief via the executive branch.


Clemency is an effective and legal vehicle to correct systemic injustices, like that of Mr. Dassey’s, and it delivers powerful action as an ethical imperative that provides fundamental checks and balances to the state criminal justice systems. Governors have the power to unilaterally end incarceration by commuting people’s sentences and Wisconsin has a gilded tradition of doing so. However, for the 39 commutations granted (primarily) from 1982 to 2009, these acts of mercy were unimpeded by arbitrary criteria. Criteria that currently exclude the moral, legal, and cultural value of innocence.


Historically varying factions of society have been systemically overincarcerated. Mr. Dassey, a suggestible 16-year-old at the time of his arrest hindered by profound speech and language impairments is a poster child for juvenile false confessors - one such faction. Mr. Dassey had mitigating personal characteristics and disabilities that positioned him as vulnerable to interrogation techniques developed for seasoned adult criminals. Executive clemency allows you Governor Evers to take such characteristics into account and provide eligibility in order for Brendan to be considered for relief.


Governor Evers, you have unfettered discretion to alter the terms of Brendan Dassey’s criminal justice system involvement by using your clemency powers to commute Mr. Dassey’s sentence to time served or grant his petition on a claim of actual innocence. Reviewing the petition would assist in making an informed and conscientious decision.


We are an alliance of individuals from every echelon of society who have endured much disappointment and division at the partisan one-upmanship in Wisconsin that considers all but the will of the people in its policy making. We are saddened and outraged and will continue to be relentless in our efforts to bring Brendan home. We are teachers, doctors, nurses, attorneys, economists, writers, disability advocates, stay at home mums and truck drivers, phlebotomists, builders, retail workers, business owners and so much more. And in this moment, we call on you not to be an attorney, or false confession or interrogation specialist, we ask that you be human and to embrace the discretion the Wisconsin Constitution Article V – Executive Section 6 empowers you with to grant reprieves, commutations, and pardons. This is the will of the people.


It is time for Brendan Dassey to go home, indeed Brendan should have returned to the sixth hour at Mishicot High, March 1st, 2006. Governor Evers please review the petition, meet with Brendan’s legal team and Brendan himself. End his incarceration.


This egregious injustice must be corrected.


Yours sincerely,





Piper Allen, Lorton, Virginia, United States - Homemaker

Susan Anderson, Canada - Business Owner, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Sarah Andrew, Colosseum, Queensland, Australia - Horse Trainer

Scott Andrew, Colosseum, Queensland, Australia - Horse Trainer, Farmer

Veronica Arquilevich Guzman, Portland, Oregon, United States - EUA

Luis Ayuso Domenech, Madrid, Spain - Economist

Nathan Baird, United Kingdom - Builder

Francesco Manuel Barigozzi, Germany - Logistics

Samuel Barr, Clunes, Victoria, Australia - Commercial Air-Conditioning

Kay Battle, Southampton, United Kingdom - Senior Support Worker

Steven Beech, Waterlooville, Portsmouth, United Kingdom - Bar Supervisor

Jenni Berns, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, United States - Risk Officer

Matt Bischof,,Saint Charles, Illinois, United States - Executive Director

Kimberly Bissell, Sugar Land, Texas, United States - Writer. Editor

Cecilia Björling-Joly, Fontainebleau, France- Embryologist

Andrea Black, Walpole, MA, United States - Clinical Data Manager

David Black, Walpole, MA, United States - HVAC Professional

Karla Black, Glasgow, Scotland - Artist

Sarah Boocock, Halifax, Yorkshire, United Kingdom - Housing Support Officer

Jolene Booyse, Enschede, The Netherlands - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Zoe Botte, Victoria, Australia - Admin

Viv Bowers, Rochdale, United Kingdom - Retired Special Ed Support Worker

Rozenn Brouzain, France - Insurance Expertise Assistant

Kimberly Brown, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States -FC Associate

Melinda Browneagle, Columbus, Ohio, United States - Stay at Home Mum, Self-Employed

Jennifer Buchan, Farmerville, Louisiana, United States - OTR Truck Driver in Training

Derrick Buchan, Farmerville, Louisiana, United States - OTR Truck Driver

Heather Buchanan, Arkansas, United States - Retired Army Medic

Tammy Burton, Peoria, Illinois, United States - Nurse

Anna Maria Buzzoni, Germany - Business Owner

Fernanda Carbelli, Argentina - Warehouse Employee

Christelle Cardon, Belgium - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Miranda Carmichael, Clearlake, California, United States - Academic Intervention Assistant - Elementary School

Elias Carney, Bothell, WA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Marilyn Carter, Benson, North Carolina, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Dave Carter, Benson, North Carolina, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Maria Griselda Caucota, Cordoba, Argentina -Provincial Public Employee, Audio-visual Media, Psychology Student

Kerry Cave, Essex, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Paul Cave, Essex, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Carine Celauro, Roux, Belgium - Real Estate Agent

Sonja Chapel, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States - Inpatient Medical Coder

Alyssa Christie, Auckland, New Zealand - Nurse

Marian Collins, Bexleyheath, United Kingdom - Retired Support Team Manager Mental Health

Tammy Collins, Canton, Ohio, United States - Electrical Assembler

Tracy Coltrain, Greenville, NC, United States - Retired Registered Nurse

Jennifer Conroy, Sunrise, Florida, United States - LDP Law & Associates - Legal Assistant

Martin Crossan, Scotland - Painter

Natalia Cuchi, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Yamina Daoudi, Horeca – Morlanwelz, Belgium - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Celine Daugeard, Saint Laurent Nouan, France - Storekeeper Saint Laurent Nouan Nuclear Power Plant

Jake Debar, Red Hill, Victoria, Australia - Apprentice Chef

Antonio Deherrera, Ogden, Utah, United States - Warehouse Worker

Chaira Di Pietro, Horeca – Charleroi, Belgium - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

David Di Pietro, Montigny-le-Tilleu, Belgium - Security Agent

Florence Dick, Aachen, Germany - Secretary

Eileen Dilley, United Kingdom - Retired

Joanne Doherty, United Kingdom - Retail Assistant, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Louise Donoghue, United Kingdom - Nursery Worker

Jack Donoghue, United Kingdom - Roofer

Amanda Doty, Sebring, Florida, United States - Legal/Medical Stenographer

Scott Dowell, United Kingdom - Company Director

Rita Dowell, United Kingdom - Retired

Anthony Dowell, United Kingdom - Company Director

John Dowell, United Kingdom - Spray Technician Supervisor

Paul Dowell, United Kingdom - Postmaster

Michelle Drake, Lebanon, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Kelly Droster-Zantow, Dane County, Wisconsin - Retired, Disabled

April Droster-Zantow, Dane County, Wisconsin - Stay at Home Mum, Part-time Worker

Penny Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

James Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Damien Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Lewis Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Wade Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Kirsten Dwyer, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Kirsty Edwards, Adelaide, South Australia - Stay at Home Mum

Claire Edwards, United Kingdom - Carer

Robert Edwards, United Kingdom - Caretaker Retired

Anne Edwards, United Kingdom - Special Needs Teacher Retired

Jonathan Edwards, United Kingdom - Landscaper

Douglas Edwards, United Kingdom - Roofer

Laila el Aqil, Oslo, Norway - Case Officer

Jeanette Estelle, Takacs, Hungry - Auditor

Alba Ferrera, Marchienne-au-Pont, Belgium - Employment Counsellor

Sarah Field, Kent, United States - Teacher

Violeta Field, River Falls, Wisconsin, United States - Self-Employed

Shawna Fischer, Des Moines, Iowa, United States - Operations Manager

Peyton Fiscus, Utah, United States – Certified Nursing Assistant

Lucy Flitney, Hitchin, Herts, United Kingdom - Carer

Gemma Flitney, Royston, Herts, United Kingdom - Stay At Home Mum

Dominic Flitney, Hitchin, Herts, United Kingdom - Labourer

Dr Eric Flitney, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland - Retired Professor

Maureen Flores, Tucson, Arizona, United States - Teacher

Nicole Fox, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States - International Transport

Magdalena Franco Roldán, Seville, Spain - Secretary

Dorotea Fredrika Wilhelmina, Hed, Sweden - Chef

Joanne Freeman, Stockton, California, United States - Registered Nurse

Donna Funk, Hale, MO, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Jeff Funk, Hale, MO, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Michael Gannon, United Kingdom - Mechanic

Brandon Gannon, United Kingdom - Real Estate Agent

David Gathercole, United Kingdom - Market Trader

Jennifer L Gawel, Lombard, Illinois, United States - Pet Sitter Specialist

Maggie Gibbins, Maryborough, Victoria, Australia - Hydroponic Tomato Agriculturalist

Maureen Gillis Fantasia, Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Rachel Godman, Colchester, United Kingdom - Teacher

M. Alaina Gotzman, Richland, Oregon, United States - Farmer

Elisabeth Graff Kettler, Bristol, Wisconsin, United States - Former District Manager Royal Caribbean Cruises

Leigh Grice, Brisbane, Australia - Medical Administration, Sleep Tech

Victoria L Griffin, Roswell, Georgia, United States - High School Paraprofessional, Teacher's Aid

Perry Guilford, Clarksville, Tennessee, United States - DOD Contractor

Hanne Gulliksen, Skudeneshavn, Norway - Occupational Therapist

Sara-Jae Gumbley, Eastbourne, United Kingdom - Barber

Christine Hamilton, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, United States - Retired

Samantha Hamilton, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, United States – Certified Nursing Assistant

Bobbie Jo Hamilton, Bardstown, Kentucky, United States - Warehouse Worker

Jane Harris, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom - Cook

Dana Heckman, Pennsylvania, United States - Disabled

Johan Hed, Sweden - Logistics

Robert Henthorn, Tulsa, OK, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Betty Henthorn, Tulsa, OK, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Bruce Hernandez, Los Angeles, California, United States - Senior Centre Driver

Janette Hinchliffe, Ely, United Kingdom - Disabled

Eugene Hinksmon, Weehawken, NJ, United States - Retired School Teacher

Micki Hochstrass, St Charles, Missouri, United States -Barber

Mark Hoddinott, Mardi, NSW, Australia - Financial Advisor

Nicola Hodges, Bournemouth, United Kingdom - Disabled

Michael Holtman, Hitchin, Herts, United Kingdom - Maintenance Man

Brian Hopson, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom - Truck Driver

Jacqueline Hopson, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom - Pharmacy Assistant

Tamara Hudy, Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada - Scheduling Supervisor

Mellany Huelgas, United Kingdom - Nurse

Nick Hughes, Mitcham, United Kingdom - Head of Property Management

Lori Hutchinson, Fort Worth, Texas, United States - Office Administrator

Franchesca Ingram, Brisbane, Australia - Legal Analyst

Paul James, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia - School Teacher

Sedia Jemmi, Montignies-sur-Sambre, Belgium - Teacher

Donna Jenkins, West Midlands, United Kingdom - Police

Dean Jenkins, United Kingdom - Head of Loss

Thomas Jenkins, United Kingdom - Audit Lead

Harry Jenkins, United Kingdom - Paralegal

Jordan Johnston, Scotland - Sales Assistant

Angela Jubb, United Kingdom - NHS Worker

Barb Kearins, Whyalla, Stuart, South Australia - Carer, Labour Hire

Jerykah Keith, Scottsville, Kentucky, United States - Care Giver

Julia Kelly, Babylon, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Sharon Kelsey, Jacksonville, Florida, United States -Banker

Tracy Keogh, Mornington, Australia – Writer, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Tom Keogh, Mornington, Victoria, Australia - State Manager

Ruby Keogh, Mornington, Australia - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Wolf Kettler, Bristol, Wisconsin, United States - Concrete Contractor

Gail Kicza, Whatley, MA, United States - Nursing Home Worker

Glen Kimberely, Melbourne, Australia - Construction Manager, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Scott Kinney, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Cheryl Kinney, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Tony Kinney, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Melissa Kinney, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Kelly Klasen, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada - Warehouse Manager

Angelika Kretschmann, Delmenhorst, Germany - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Amanda Kucharski, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Marcelline Labois, Montigny-le-Tilleul, Belgium - Prefect of Education

Daniela Lago Pereira Chaves, Curitiba, Brazil - Psychologist

Carolina Beatriz Lambruchi, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Account Manager

Cristelle Lameirão, Montigny-le-Tilleul, Belgium - Teacher, Judicial Secretary

Nicole Landree Haun, Plymouth, MN, United States - International Patent Paralegal

Jennifer Lanham, Dayton, Ohio, United States - Voiceover Artist

Ann Lawrence, Chatham, Kent, United Kingdom - Office Cleaner

Tom Lawrence, Chatham, Kent, United Kingdom - Scaffolding

Ann Lawrence, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Adam Layton, United Kingdom - Plant Hire Driver

Carole Layton, United Kingdom - Factory Worker

Nicole Lee, Queens, New York, United States - Teaching Assistant

Michael Leon, Madison, Wisconsin - Writer

Silje Lilleberg, Norway - Assistant Nurse for Disabled Children

Erin Limas, Omaha, Nebraska, United States - Chief Financial Officer

Debbie Litton, Flatwoods, Kentucky, United States - Business Owner, Hair Stylist

Andrea Lovas, Hungary - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Emily Love, United Kingdom - Nursey Nurse

Jake Lovegrove, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Hazel Lucks, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Janeth Luna, Pomona, CA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Jocelyn Luongo, Toronto, ON, Canada - Physician

Petra Majernikova, Slovakia - English Teacher

Sabrina Mancini, Marchienne-au-Pont, Belgium - Educational Supervisor

Dina L Marroquin, San Francisco, United States - Bookkeeper

Gwen Martin, Scotland - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Chloe Martin, Scotland - Catering Assistant

Anne Martin, United Kingdom - Retired

Kelly Martin, United Kingdom - Classroom Assistant

Stephen Matthews, Sydney, Australia - Lawyer

Kelly Maxwell-Dice, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States - Steering Committee Member of It Could Happen to You (PA) Criminal Justice Reform Group

Katy McBride, Ogden, Utah, United States - A/P Specialist

Daniel McCarthy, North Carolina, United States - IT Director

Emily McCarthy, North Carolina, United States - Legal Assistant

Aidan McCarthy, North Carolina, United States - Business Owner

Caleb McCarthy, North Carolina, United States - Customer Service

Tricia McDiarmid, Maple Ridge, BC, Canada - Clinical Counsellor

Robin McDonald, Kingston, New York, United States - Retired

Amy McDonald, United Kingdom - Carer

Rachel McDonough, Florida, United States - Customer Service

Kelly McGorlick, Vasse, Australia - Business Owner

Gabriel McGrath, Dublin, Ireland - Accountant

Antoinette Milite, New Windsor, New York, United States - Research

Keisha L Miller, Nassau, Bahamas - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Jodie Moffett, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Retail Worker

Lauren Moffett, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Medical Admin

Glenn Moffett, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Lorry Driver

Julie Molloy, Ashington, United Kingdom - Retired Education Officer

Melissa Moore, Livonia, MI, United States - Home Health Care

Lizbeth Moore, United Kingdom - Housewife

Alysha Morgan, York, PA, United States - Certified Nursing Assistant

Amy Jo Morley, Sebring, Florida, United States - Property Manager

Emma Morris, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom - Picture Framer

Jackie Musgrove Hassan, Narrows, VA, United States - Disabled

Junetta Muller, Cape Town, South Africa - Business Owner

Kylie Mulliner, Lancashire, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Tanya Murray, Rochester, Minnesota, United States - Urology Tech at Mayo Clinic

Rebecca Nash, Peyton, Arizona, United States - Caregiver

Carrie Neal, Ohio, United States - Stay at Home Mum

Tracie Nelligan, Sydney, Australia - Operation Assistant

Jennifer Newman, Point Marion, Pennsylvania, United States - Unit Clerk

Cindy Ann Nicholson, Florida, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Brody Nicholson, Florida, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Oliver Nicholson, Florida, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Briony Nicola Goldie, Gillingham, Kent, United Kingdom - Office Cleaner

Cathleen Noren, Skillingaryd, Sweden - Machine Operator

Melissa O'Brien, Edinburgh, Scotland - Homemaker

Karen O'Donnell Tennebaum, Manchester Township, New Jersey, United States - Retired Registered Nurse, Photographer

Patrice O'Heren, Everett, WA, United States - Angio Technologist

Natalia Ojoga, Heide, Germany - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Tony Padilla, United Kingdom - Teacher

Tanya Paperd, Detroit, United States - Educator

Catherine Parker, Dunedin, New Zealand - Phlebotomist

Julie Parker, Garden Grove, CA, United States - HR Manager

James Paul Haun, Plymouth, MN, United States - IP Attorney

Jason Peck, Bothell, WA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Maya Peck, Bothell, WA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Andrew Peck, Bothell, WA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Jason Peden, Scottsville, Kentucky, United States - Forklift Driver

Claudio Petruzziello, Montigny-le-Tilleu, Belgium - Security Agent

Ayisha Phillips, Manchester, United Kingdom - Social Worker

Marianne Pink, Daisy Hill, Victoria, Australia - Accommodation Business Owner

Peter Pink, Daisy Hill, Victoria, Australia - Technical Manager

Vanessa Pink, Daisy Hill, Victoria, Australia - Optometrists Assistant

Chloe Piri, Scunthorpe, United Kingdom - Business owner

Nicole Porteous, United Kingdom - Occupational Therapist

Danielle Porteous, United Kingdom - Pastoral Support Assistant

David Praskey, Kingston, Ontario, Canada - Ecologist

Kimbur Presmyk, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Union Bartender, Retired Paralegal

Beate Prill, Berg, Germany - Administrator

Donna Reid, Bendigo, Australia - Hospital Cleaner

Emanuele Renato, Montigny-le-Tilleu, Belgium - Trade Unionist

Maximiliana Devora Rey, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Translator

Yadira Rico-Iza, Covina, California, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Jennifer Rispo, Richboro, Pennsylvania, United States - Senior Business Operations Manager

Joseph Rispo, Richboro, Pennsylvania, United States - Dispatcher

Stephen Robinson, Uckfield, East Sussex, United Kingdom - DRO and Warrant Officer

Christina Rodriguez, Ogden, Utah, United States - Patient Service Representative

Maria Rodriguez, Yuma, Arizona, United States - Wife and Mommy of Four

Margaret Rouncefield, Gillingham, Kent, United Kingdom - Document Services Operative

Roger Rouncefield, Gillingham, Kent, United Kingdom - Retired Chef

Alex Rouncefield, Gillingham, Kent, United Kingdom - Tele sales

Trish Rush, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Faith Rush, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Irene Sanchez, Barcelona, Spain - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Catherine Sanders, Oklahoma City, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Yet Santos, Dubai, UAE - Graphic Artist

Linda Schmidt, Iron Ridge, Wisconsin, United States - Housekeeper

Sanne Schmitz, Nijkerk, The Netherlands - Financial Administration

Molly Sexton, San Diego, United States - Supervisor Client Contracts for AMN Healthcare

Dante Shannon, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Chloe Shannon, United Kingdom - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Layla Sheldon, Dorset, United Kingdom - Health Care Assistant

Tsering Sherpa, Bothell, WA, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Emma Shina, Tamworth, NSW, Australia - Stay at Home Mum

Melissa Shoup, Springfield, GA, United States - Domestic Engineer

Marilyn Shue Carter, Benson, North Carolina, United States - Retired, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Vincent Shultz, New Jersey, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Wendi Simard, Barrington, New Hampshire, United States - Advocate for People with Disabilities

Kees Simon, Heemstede, The Netherlands - Retired

Chantal Smelick, Naarden-Vesting, Netherlands - IT Account Executive

Andrew Smith, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, Scotland - Thermal Insulation Engineer, Sheet Metal Worker

Jane Smyth, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Education Assistant

Rebbeca Jo Snodgrass, Boscobel, Wisconsin, United States - Homemaker

Linda Spencer, Orem, Utah, United States - Retired Nurse, Paralegal

Justine Spencer, York, United Kingdom - Train Guard

Shawn Spivey, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Travis Spivey, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Julia Srokosz, Hampshire, United Kingdom - Deputy Manager Children's Nursery

Laura Stafford, Glossop, Derbyshire, United Kingdom - Business Manager

Brittany Staley, Aurora, CO, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Kimberly L Stamper, Richmond, KY, United States - Vet Tech

Jennie Stevens, Lake Charles, LA, United States - Human Resources American Broadband

Susan Stevenson, West Bend, Wisconsin, United States - Housekeeper, Cleaning Services

Becka Stevenson, West Bend, Wisconsin, United States - Dental Assistant

Mark Stevenson, West Bend, Wisconsin, United States -Cleaner

Mary Jean Striedl, Bangor, Michigan, United States - License Journeyman Electrician

Debra Summers, Findlay, Ohio, United States - Retired Professional School Bus Driver

Maria Kristina Svensson-Kvisth, Vaggeryd, Sweden - Machine Operator, Quality Inspector

Grace Symonds, Mornington, Victoria, Australia - Retired Nurse

Tom Symonds-Keogh, Mornington, Victoria, Australia - Student

Barbara Tadych, Mishicot, Wisconsin, United States - Mother of Brendan Dassey

Scott Tadych, Mishicot, Wisconsin, United States - Stepfather of Brendan Dassey

Stephen Tarran, Hitchin, Herts, United Kingdom - Retired

Mark Tarran, Hitchin, Herts, United Kingdom - Retired

Carol Emily Thomas, Surrey, United Kingdom - Volunteer at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

Sue Thomas, Manchester, United Kingdom - Retired Special Needs Advisor

Tony Thomas, Manchester, United Kingdom - Retired Council Officer

Jeffrey Thompson, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia - Hospitality Worker

Ryan Thompson, Broken Arrow, OK, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Susan Thompson, Broken Arrow, OK, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Lisa Thompson, Victoria, Australia - Teacher

Megan Thornwell, United Kingdom - Receptionist

Ansine Timm, Tureby, Denmark - Admin

Lee-Ann Tustin, Shirleysburg, Pennsylvania, United States - Business Owner

Kristin Ulstrup, Lindesnes, Norway - Process Operator GE Healthcare

Mary Jean T Valenzano, Cranford, NJ, United States - Customer Service Rep

Regina Van Dijk, Netherlands - Fat Liberationist

Julie Carmen Vascan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States - Teaching Assistant

Michelle Vernon, Melbourne, Australia - Nail Technician, Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Chelsy Vernon, Melbourne, Australia - Retail Supervisor

Derek Vernon, Melbourne, Australia - Operations Manager

Katherine Villegas, Fallbrook, California, United States - Marketing Specialist

Nicole vonRiesen, Santa Monica, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Tijana Vranes, Serbia, Europe - Teacher

Sarah Walz, Grass Lake, Michigan, United States - Medical Receptionist

Sabine Warrelmann, Delmenhorst, Germany - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Stefan Warrelmann, Delmenhorst, Germany - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Brian Washington, Bossier City, Louisiana, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Sharon Wasson, Aurora, CO, United States - Wrongful Conviction Advocate

Eleanor Watson, Melbourne, Au