Texas to Execute Killer Before All Victims are Known

Sister of Death Row Inmate asks Texas to Stop Execution of the Man who Could Still Clear Her Brother

June 16, 2006

Hello,

My name is Delia Perez Meyer. I have an innocent brother on Texas’ Death Row, Louis Castro Perez. Our family has been fighting for Louis for the
past 8 years to attempt to find the truth is this case.

The Travis County District Attorney, Mr. Ronnie Earle, recently announced that they would re-open this case and do some further testing on DNA evidence and
fingerprints acquired at the crime scene. This includes foreign DNA and foreign fingerprints. This is currently being tested at the Texas
Department of Public Safety DNA Laboratory, and we are awaiting the results.
We have had multiple reports from the infamous railroad serial killer, Angel Maturino Resendiz, that it was he who killed Louis’ friends in September 1998 – Michelle, Cynda, and Cynda’s daughter, Stacy. The “MO” or modus operandi, in this case, matches exactly the other crime scenes for which Angel has been connected to. He is a brutal murderer and this
was a heinous crime just like the many others he is responsible for. In addition, Michelle, Cynda and Stacy lived within 1/2 of a mile from the railroad system in Austin.

Angel Maturino is scheduled for execution on June 27, 2006 for the murder of Dr. Claudia Benton. Mr. Resendiz has also discussed murdering “two
women” in Austin with private investigator, Lisa Milstein, and newspaper reporter, Lise Olsen (both of Houston). He has also spoken to other inmates on death row, and said he was the killer in this case. He
recently spoke to the media and confessed that he has killed other people; cases that have not been fully investigated.

Because Angel Maturino Resendiz is related to this case we are adamant that he should not be executed on the 27th and are asking for your assistance to ensure that he not be executed until this case is resolved.

If we execute Angel, it prevents the court from ever being able to ask him any questions regarding this case. Justice for the victims’ families is not being served if the wrong person is being executed for these murders.

We want to see justice served for all the persons involved and we want the actual killer to answer for his crimes. Technically, the families of the victims have the right to witness the true murderer’s execution and they will not be allowed that right if Angel Maturino is executed on the 27th.

We would like for you to take a few moments to call, write, or e-mail a letter to Louis’ attorneys, the Board of Pardons and Paroles, Judges, District Attorney, and the Governor.

We sincerely appreciate your thoughts, prayers, and actions surrounding Louis’ case. Louis is so appreciative of everyone’s support and always asks me to convey that message. We need to bring him home to his four children and two grandchildren who have grown up for the past 8 years without him. It is
time to exonerate Louis and ensure that the true killer is brought to justice.

Sincerely,
The Ernest R. Perez Family
Ernest, Gloria (deceased), David, Delia, Irene, Louis, and Ernest, Jr.

CONTACTS:

Alexander Calhoun, Attorney at Law
11319 Long Branch
Austin, TX 78736
alcalhoun@earthlink.net

David Dow, Attorney at Law
University of Houston Innocence Project
University of Houston Law School
4800 Calhoun
Houston, TX 77204
ddow@central.uh.edu

A. Richard Ellis, Attorney at Law
75 Magee Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Mary Kay Sicola, Attorney at Law
707 W. Lynn
Austin, TX 78703

Joe James Sawyer, Attorney at Law
507 W. 10th Street
Austin, TX 78701

Rob Owen, Attorney at Law
510 S. Congress Ave., Suite 308
Austin, TX 78704

The Honorable Jon Wisser
299th Judicial Criminal District Court
Blackwell-Thurman Criminal Justice
Center
509 West 11th, 8th Floor
Austin, Texas 78767

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
Presiding Judge Sharon Keller
Judges Meyers, Price, Womack, Johnson, Keasler, Hervey, Holcomb, and Cochran
PO Box 12308
Capitol Station
Austin, Texas 78711

Governor Rick Perry
Office of the Governor
P. O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711-2428

Rissie Owens, Presiding Officer
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
P. O. Box 13401
Austin, TX 78711-3401

District Attorney Ronald Earle
509 W. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701

Buddy Meyer, Travis County Assistant District Attorney
509 W. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701

Claire Dawson-Brown, Travis County Assistant District Attorney
509 W. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78704
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