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Pure Report Issue 6

Pure Report Issue 6

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P.U.R.E-REPORT
http://www.pure-report.moonfruit.com  http://purereport.blogspot.com  
Issue 6 March 2012 $2.00Page 1
 
PURE REPORT STAFF
Kamou Emerson EditorEric Cathey - Distribution assistantKamou Emerson - State correspondentHoward Guidry - Nation correspondentMoyo Nuru - State WriterWillie Trottie - Legal CorrespondentSandie Blanton - co-editor
INSPIRATIONAL QUOTECONTRIBUTERS TO THIS ISSUE
Tyrone ArmstrongChuong TongMilton GobertPerry E. Williams JrCharles Mamou Anibal Canales Jr.
With the recent events surrounding the State sanctionedassassination of Troy Davis, the killing of Frank Garcia,the illegal murder of the intellectual deficient GuadalupeEsparza and many other relevant situations concerningthe Death Penalty, it is indeed essential that we remainstrong on our efforts to eradicate this barbaric practice.Now by no means am I implying that those in thestruggle are not endeavoring earnestly enough in thisfight. But I do know how a troubled economy, politicallydissatisfaction and certain obstacles in this struggle canrob us of our motivation. And it can deter others fromfollowing their desire to get involved. Therefore theprimary focus in this issue is on the Death Penalty. Ourhope is that the material we have presented will not onlyprovoke serious contemplation from those who areuncertain about capital punishment, but may it alsogenerate more creative actions to abolish this murderousmachinery of death.Remember the Death Penalty must continuously befought on every level and some times that level mayconsist of our view on certain cases. For indeed it ismuch easier to give a greater assistance to thoseindividuals whose case has a rather strong showing of innocence, compared to those cases where it is evidentthat guilt is not only certain, but the actions werehorrendous. So I encourage you all to join me inembracing a more powerful show of forgiveness, becausethe illustration of such actions, is capable of inspiringothers to strive positively toward the betterment of theirlives. And it is also quite necessary that more assistancebe directed towards the encouragement of those withinthe Death Row community, to facilitate them to engagein avenues of positive progression, because the mind willdeteriorate from being held in a captivity of isolation, andthus will create a profound limitation on the fight againstthe Death Penalty from behind the prison walls.Therefore it is imperative to remain vigilant that no levelof the fight goes neglected, so strive with honor to pushforth genuine justice, and we will overcome the injusticethat stands before us.Pure LoveKamau P Emerson
Page 2
EDITOR'S PAGE
THE MERCY AND GRACE OF GODIS MORE THAN WONDERFULFOR HE HAS FORGIVEN USMORE THAN WE SHALL EVER BECALLED TOFORGIVE ANOTHER SO ALLOW THE PAIN IN YOUR HEARTTO HEAL BY FORGIVING THOSEWHO HURT YOU.
 
exclusive interview 
With
Tyrone Armstrong 999518
Polunsky Unit
Throughout the years police agencies across the United States have presented accusations of murder which haveresulted in the arrest and conviction of Innocent people. And this Unjust imprisonment of our citizens have occurredbecause of various reasons which include things such as “perjury testimony Tampering of evidence, Coerceconfession, prosecution misconduct, and the refusal or lack of taking DNA test when DNA is a crucial factor in acase” And it is under this latter category we find Mr Tyrone Armstrong. Mr Armstrong is a Texas Death RowPrisoner who is a native of Alabama, he is free spirited and honest man with a ready smile. One who moved to Texasto be with the love of his life and start a family. But the fulfillment of this dream was interrupted, now in a rareinterview, Tyrone Armstrong shares with the P.u.r.e Report his story and the challenges he has faced on the journey topersevere his innocence.
THE PURE REPORT
Peace and blessings to you Mr Armstrong. In light of your circumstances we hope all is well with you.
YRONE ARMSTRONG I hope and pray you are doing the bery best life can give you.
THE PURE REPORT
Most definitely the P.u.r.e.Report readers are grateful that you're sharing this time with us, so thanks a lotfor that.
TYRONE ARMSTRONG I'm very happy to share my thoughts and good news with you all at this time, but I'm only allowed to give so much at this time .
THE PURE REPORT
Thats understandable. Now Mr Armstrong will you please be so kind and give our readers a brief history onyour life
TYRONE ARMSTRONG My life is a living hell here on (Death) Row. I'm from Mobile Alabama and I moved to Texas to be with the true love of my life. (my soulmate) I'm a very open minded and honest man, that loves people. I love to help people as well, I try to keep myself with positive things on my mind because this place will drive you crazy, I'l give you more on my history in my next interview.
THE PURE REPORT
Can you tell us precisely when you were arrested and how were you treated during that time?
TYRONE ARMSTRONG I was treated bad when I was arrested in that small town. It's not that many Blacks in the town and theywere mad because I had an hispanic Wife. So (because of that) they treated me very bad here, and theinvestigator told my wife to abort my son she was carrying (at that time) But she didn't and she stood by my side and she is still there to this day in time, I thank god for her 
Interview continued on Page 4 Page 3

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