Links

If anyone has a website about the Elkhart 4 they think this blog should link to please fill out the form below and we will check it out.

BLAKE LAYMAN – Was released by the Indiana Department of Corrections on March 31, 2016.

Justice for Blake — A Facebook Page run by Blake’s family — Click Here
Blake Layman’s family petition to end the felony murder rule — Click Here

JOSE QUIROZ

Justice for Jose — A Facebook Page run by Jose’s family — Click Here
Jose Quiroz’s family petition to end the felony murder rule — Click Here
Jose Quiroz — Department of Corrections Webpage — Click Here

ANTHONY SHARP

Justice for Anthony — A Facebook Page run by friends of Anthony — Click Here
Anthony Sharp — Department of Corrections Webpage — Click Here

LEVI SPARKS – Was released by the Indiana Department of Corrections on January 28, 2016.
Support for Levi Sparks — A Facebook Page run by Levi’s family — Click Here

7 comments

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  • Wow these kids were railroaded. God be with you boys and your parents

  • Sending good thoughts to all of the families. I am so sorry for what has happened.

  • I am so sorry. If only our country could be fair to ALL of our citizens, not just the rich ones. I made a mistake myself ( no where NEAR as bad as this one) that caused me to be in prison as well. I lost my freedom but by far worse was the loss of my family. Please, keep the faith and stay away from other inmates. It’s safer that way.

  • Oh my harsh sentence,change the law and give them a new trial.

  • Just heard about their story and they did get a raw deal. They aren’t innocent obviously but they aren’t guilty of something justifying 50 years in prison. Hopefully enough public support can eventually push for commutation or a pardon. Keep fighting.

    Also if Curtis Hill continues to get reelected, it’s a shame and a stain on the community.

  • Coming from the UK, I find this whole case absolutely appalling. It would be the homeowner facing the murder charges here, as he used disproportionate force against burglars who were already trying to flee. The Elkhart 4 should face breaking and entering charges and only that. It also seems bizarre to me that Indiana bothers to have a separate criminal justice system for minors when this can apparently be completely ignored at the discretion of the prosecutor and the teenagers tried as adults. It is, fundamentally, wrong. And, from what little I know of the constitution and the eighth amendment, I believe it is unconstitutional as well.
    I really hope these 4 find the justice they deserve!

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