I know we may not always see eye to eye and we all have very many differences, but we all have at least ONE thing in common. Undying love for our families and loved ones. We share the load of working hard to take care of our loved ones. That is all that Mr. Anderson was doing, folks. Simply leaving his place of employment to get home to his family after a hard days' work. Little did he know that his life was in jeopardy and that he would never get to kiss his wife or hug his children again....The conscious decision of a few, tore a hole in this family and community that will never be filled again. His crime? Being a person of color. Someone, unlike them. This MAN could not fight off his killers, he had no voice as they ran his already beaten body over with their truck to "finish" the job. No, we cannot bring Mr. Anderson back to his family, but we CAN raise our voices in unison and speak up for the many countless victims of hate crimes, the many families that go on without their loved one(s), the "voiceless" future victims that this will happen to regardless of the law. This is NOT about the death penalty as a whole. But this IS about justice. It's that little voice that may (or may not) pop into the head(s) of any future ignoramuses before they perform such a horrific act with the assumption that they will still receive a cot and three full meals. Even get to see their families on visits, on our tax dollars. Let them be aware that the death penalty is imminent when these acts are performed. No, it won't always pose a threat, but maybe, just maybe, that ONE person that does have a conscious, or remnants of one, will think twice before this happens again. Together we can move mountains...God bless you all for helping. Sherri A. Mitchell “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.” Albert Pike PLEASE VISIT CHANGE.ORG ---SEARCH UNDER "CRIMINAL JUSTICE" -JUSTICE FOR JAMES CRAIG ANDERSON!!