To: President Donald Trump, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate


The Justice Department should investigate the actions of Rick Perry, Governor of Texas, who may have knowingly allowed a factually innocent man, Cameron Todd Willingham, to be executed in 2004. If the findings are that Perry did knowingly allow this horrid miscarriage of justice, and then tried to cover it up by firing duly appointed commissioners without cause, he should be indicted for negligent homicide.

Why is this important?

Rick Perry allowed Cameron Todd Willingham to be executed for a supposed arson fire that killed his children, when Perry's own experts concluded "there was no arson involved"
A commission formed by Perry came to this conclusion at which point Perry fired three of the commissioners and replaced them with his own cronies. A New Yorker article
and a documentary, Incendiary: The Willingham Case, go into great detail about this