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ALABAMA VIGILS ON DAY OF EXECUTION

Alan Eugene Miller is scheduled to be executed on Thursday, September 22nd. 

We are hoping for a stay from the court and will keep you informed. In the event that the execution goes forward, here are the vigils around the state. Please support them and remember that it is not too late to call, email or fax the Governor and that it is never too late to protest all killing. PHONE 1-334-242-7100  FAX: 1-334-242-328

Contact form: http://governor.alabama.gov/contact/

ALABAMA VIGILS ON DAY OF EXECUTION:

 

BIRMINGHAM:

2 Vigils sponsored by JAM

  1. Political Protest Vigil corner of Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd and 8th Ave N across from the Jefferson County Court Building, on the corner of the east end of the Birmingham Museum of Art. 11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. All invited! "Watch with Me One Hour." This Vigil will take place whether there is a stay or not.
  2. Prayer Vigil in Kelly Ingram Park, opposite the King Statue at 5:45 p.m.

Birmingham Friends Meeting hangs a black flag from an upstairs window facing the street on all execution dates in this country stating: TODAY WE MOURN THE DEATH OF A FELLOW HUMAN BEING

TUSCALOOSA:

On the corner in front of Grace Presbyterian Church 11:30 a.m.-12:00
Please bring signs! 

HOLMAN PRISON:

The men show their respect and solidarity by refraining from sports and wearing their dress whites for yard where they observe moments of silence and prayer on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

VIRTUAL VIGIL

For those who cannot attend an actual vigil our friends of Death Penalty Action are organizing a virtual vigil at 5:00 p.m. Here is the link to register: VIRTUAL VIGIL:

 

REGISTER NOW FOR THE VIRTUAL VIGIL

Alan Miller is scheduled for execution in Alabama on September 22, 2022 for the 1999 shooting deaths of Lee Holdbrooks, Christopher Scott Yancy and Terry Jarvis.


Join with Death Penalty Action and Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty for a live, informative and prayerful on-line vigil beginning at 5pm CDT. We will continue until the execution is either stayed or completed, and if completed, until we learn of any complications, which in Alabama, is a frequent occurrence. Register here to be a part of the live audience, or watch on the Death Penalty Action Facebook Page. (If there is a commutation or a solid stay in place this event will be cancelled or postponed.)

 

 

 

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