What Does Stanley Williams Deserve Legitimacy?

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Stanley “Tookie” Williams In the article , “Measure of a Man’s Life: As a Criminal” and “Measure of a Man’s Life: As a Redeemer,” the author , Leslie Fulbright, presents Stanley “Tookie” Williams gang affiliations. In “As a Criminal” Fulbright discusses Williams’ criminal activities and the victims’ Fulbright explains William’s attempts to reconcile with his past and redeem himself. Among many people, Williams seeking clemency caused controversy. Overall, Stanley “Tookie” Williams did not deserve clemency.
First, according to the article, “As a Criminal” it says “Williams scheduled to be executed at San Quentin State Prison Dec.13 for the shotgun murders of four people…” In other words Williams killed 4 people for what he was held in prison

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