To: Governor Jay Inslee

Clemency for Aaron Borrero

Dear Governor Gregoire,

Please grant clemency to Aaron Borrero as was recommended by your own Clemency and Pardons Board in an unanimous decision. Even the victim in his case supports his clemency petition. Washington State taxpayers can't afford to keep him any longer.

Thank you.

Why is this important?

On September 11, 2009 Aaron Borrero received a unanimous recommendation for clemency from the Washington State Clemency and Pardons Board. The victim in his case supports his clemency petition and even spoke at his hearing in his behalf and still supports him. No one opposed his clemency petition. Governor Chris Gregoire denied his clemency request giving no reason for her decision. All at a time when the state is deeply in the red. Aaron has served 14 years and should be released so he can work and pay taxes instead of being a burden to taxpayers.


Reasons for signing

  • many people have made bad choices in life I hope he has learn from his mistake and have a good life. I helping a young man a present who is a good kind human being he attended high along with my grands children, because of a stupid law in the State Of South carolina The Hand Of One Is The Hands Of All he was there in an arguument with a co-worker over the two of them dating the same women his friend pulls a gnu an shot is co-worker he had just turned 21 yrs. old his hands were never on th...
  • This man has proven he is a changed man .....even locked up in a box he has gained the love from 100's ..God bless him
  • He is a changed man