HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Goal is to Reopen DJ's Case.
Not only because DJ's life mattered, but because his family deserves to witness a fair trial. We are not writing to be judge and jury. We are writing to give this family the opportunity to see ALL the evidence presented in court. Ronald Beckley is a 30 year police veteran, and his statement is the same as the eye witness statements and contradicts Hess' account.
No appeal, conviction, or amount of "blood money" will make up for the loss of DJ's life. The least this community can do, is band together to possibly give this family a little bit of closure. Let this family rest. They deserve the truth. We all deserve the truth!
To read and watch more about the timeline of events, witness interviews, as well as evidence presented in the family's Wrongful Death Suit, please click 'To Learn More'.
Sign The Petitions :
Please visit these links to submit forms.
(Feel free to copy & paste the verbiage below as your message.)
Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York
The Town of Mount Pleasant, NY, Westchester County
The Pleasantville Police Department Chief of Police
Please feel free to use the following verbiage:
My name is [NAME] and I am a resident of [CITY/STATE]. I am emailing today to demand accountability in the unjust murder of Danroy "DJ" Henry Jr. I demand that Aaron Hess be charged and given a fair trial for the wrongful death of DJ Henry.
This October DJ and his family should be celebrating his 31st birthday, instead they will continue to mourn, through the 10th anniversary of his death.
For 10 years this family has had to fight for DJ's murder to be treated as just that. DJ's life matters and I want justice for him. DJ was treated inhumanly during his last moments alive. The least you could do is give this family a fair trial to attempt to make up for that pain. Let this family rest. They deserve the truth.
Please visit www.djdreamfund.org and look with-in your heart to do the right thing and try to help this family seek justice.
"Our life has been a life of protest, from October 2010 until now." Danroy Henry Sr., DJ's father
31 Milk Street Lobby
P.O. Box 967233