Wednesday, January 21, 2009


We now have over 2,000 names on the e-petition to free Destiny Blande from custody. She is not a killer. She is just a young woman who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. If you haven’t yet signed our petition, please join Destiny’s Crusaders by clicking the button on the right of this page. Next week we will send the petition to Governor Kent Saunders, Sea View Mayor Winston Mayfield, and Sea View Chief of Police Robert McHugh. We will also continue our on-line support of Destiny Blande to help free her from custody.

We have written to Amnesty International, requesting support for our efforts to get financial compensation for Destiny Blande for the amount of time she is incarcerated. The so-called justice system is showing no justice in Sea View. An innocent, hard working woman has been kept from her job, family, and friends. She has already suffered unnecessarily for the crimes of another. We hope to hear back from Amnesty International soon.

Days in custody: ­­130

Free Destiny Blande.


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