By European Association for Human Rights and friends
Tim Broadbent and friends, Elaine Storey and EAHR offered some gifts to Jaelon. Gerald Marshall’s son. On Christmas morning, this young boy uncovered a Samsung tablet, clothes as well as money.
Giving gifts to the Texas death row inmates’s children is of paramount importance to us because the absence of a loved one hurts, and even though gifts do not replace a father, it shows at child that his parent does not forget his son and he loves him more than anything. Love is the most beautiful of gifts, and that is what we always want to convey.
Children are sensitive to this. A parent on the death row does not want to say that the child will be forgotten, quite the contrary.
Jaelon enjoyed a good time in Christmas and that is thanks to the generosity of the people. Do not forget that if we get more donations, we can offer the same kind of Christmas to many more children. So do not hesitate and work together to offer children magical moments.