Paragraph 2 of 3 --- I had trouble with that petition site before. Please post Billie Allen's petition with another service, not Change.org or Care2. See what happened to my Change.org petition regarding a new investigation into MacPhail's death to exonerate Troy Davis post mortem, called "Davis MacPhail Truth Committee Petition" http://dmtruth.blogspot.com/2012/04/davis-macphail-truth-committee-petition.html - I posted the petition for Officer MacPhail's death to be investigated again by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and the United States Department of Justice, because the police investigation that led to Troy Davis's conviction and execution was faulty. I posted the petition at Change.org on November 13, 2011, but it was dated at Change.org as September 21, 2011. That meant most people reasonably believed it to be a petition to save Troy Davis, which it was already too late to do in November when my petition went online. They did not know this was a petition to investigate MacPhail's murder and possibly issue Troy Davis a post mortem exoneration, because Change.org dated it wrong.
Paragraph 3 of 3 --- The sabotaged petition for Billie Allen made three strikes on Change.org petitions regarding condemned people:1) Troy Davis petition was mis-dated, I was denied the option to post a photo or video; 2) Billie Allen's petition led to "Change.org is Down for Maintenance" on June 11, 2012; and 3) Billie Allen's petition had a message that I could not share with friends because I had reached a sharing limit (which must be zero, since I shared no petitions today). Therefore, I suggest that prisoner activists, especially for condemned persons, find a more honest petition site or one with better security, whichever the case may be. (There should be three(3) numbered paragraphs, two(2) links, and two(2) photos in this article. Cyberstalkers did something to the links. They should be blue, but on my view they are gray. They are hired to help prison investors and executioners keep their crimes under cover and continue to victimize people with wrongful convictions and executions.) Blessings!