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The Innocent Man

January 16, 2010

“I hope I go to heaven nor hell. I wish that at the time of my death that I could go to sleep and never wake up and never have a bad dream. Eternal rest, like you’ve seen on some tombstones, that’s what I hope for. Because I don’t want to go through the Judgement. I don’t want anybody judging me again. I asked myself what was the reason for my birth when I was on death row, if I was going to have to go through all that, what was even the reason for my birth? I almost cursed my mother and dad – it was so bad – for putting me on this earth. If I had it all to do over again, I wouldn’t be born”.

Words by Ron Williamson, wrongly accused of murder and sentenced to Death Row. Cellar Door recommends you read the book by John Grisham ‘The Innocent Man’.

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