We should all support the victims’ families who have been impacted by the recent pardons of former Gov. Haley Barbour.

Our constitutional rights have been violated. Victims should have been notified and given an opportunity to voice their opposition.

I'd like to see victims and service providers all in Jackson in protest of this grave injustice which has been done to the victims.

Victims, family members, friends, concerned citizens and service providers should all gather in a quiet protest next week at the Supreme Court Building on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Please contact me if you can/will participate in this protest. We’ll have to obtain permission from the City of Jackson, as well as the Capitol. We have picketed before the Supreme Court building before, but may do a quiet sit-in. No violence will be tolerated.

Carolyn Clayton,


(662) 869-7088

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