Colemans parole hearing moved from October to December 2014.
This is the letter I wrote to Chairman Montgomery regarding Vanessa Coleman, I know many of you have signed the peitionhttp://www.change.org/petitions/tennessee-b...
which I thank all of you for doing that, why not take it a step further and write your personal feelings down for him to read, trust me I have many more feelings beyond what I wrote to Chairman Montgomery, but I think that it is a good starting point and it would be incredible if each and everyone did the same.
Mail to: Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole
Attn: Richard Montgomery, Chairman
404 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 1300
Nashville, Tennessee 37243
You may also email the board at:
Deny Parole to Vanessa Coleman Offender#473393
Dear Chairman Montgomery,
I am writing you today to voice my concerns about Vanessa Coleman Offender# 473393 and the possiability of her being granted early release through parole due to prison overcrowding and good behavior? Despite the article I just read today online on WATE COMS website stating that with over 60,000+ signatures collected from not only Tennessee, but across the USA and the world including mine, Miss Colemans parole hearing moved from October to December 2014.
I understand it's a legal thing, but I have been following the Christian-Newsom case since a few months after it happened and it has haunted me everyday since. It is beyond completely horrendous what Channon and Christopher had to go through, not to mention having to see what was taking place not only in fear to themselves but to the one they loved not being able to help them. I could not even fathom the horrors the families must have endured on a daily basis, I know the mistrust, anger and apprehension it must have caused to them and others on a daily basis towards people, and the legal system. Not just once but the families had to go through the whole thing all over when the defendants sentences almost overturned due to the presiding Judge Richard Baumgartners' issues and made to go over every single gruesome detail that has been branded and scared into their souls and to the heartbreak and anger of the supporters of the Christian-Newsom famlies.
While Miss Coleman Offender# 473393 may not have partcipated in the actual brutalization, yes she is just as guilty. Miss Coleman could have seeked help for Channon and Christopher, which she didn't instead she relished in the brutal, savage, horrific deaths of the two beautiful, promissing white college students, which was more then apparent by her journal entry. It doesn't talk about fear or regret instead it appears joyfull.
We have enough problems on the streets of America without having to worry about someone without a conscience or respect for anyones life or looking at who's life/lives are going to be destroyed in the future.
Chairman Montgomery, please consider my words and anyone elses involving the Christian-Newsom case. Deny Parole to Vanessa Coleman Offender#473393. Please consider the many innocent lives that would be placed in danger if Miss Coleman is granted an early release through parole.