It’s easy to help. Please download the parole opposition letter template, sign it and mail it to the Board of Parole Hearings before November 7, 2017.
For your confidentiality, do NOT put your return address on the letter, only on the outer mailing envelope.
Board of Parole Hearings
P.O. Box 4036
Sacramento, CA 95812-4036
ATTN: PRE-HEARING CORRESPONDENCE
RE: Lonnie David Stringer – CDC# K-24602
Parole Hearing Date: November 14, 2017
Dear Chairman and Parole Board Members:
Please DO NOT grant a parole date to convicted murderer, Lonnie David Stringer. On April 29, 1995, Stringer bludgeoned to death his wife, Cynthia Stringer, with a large object believed to be a baseball bat. Cynthia was brutally and senselessly struck several times on the head, eventually killing her. When law enforcement arrived on scene, they observed Stringer attempting to cover the victim with a carpet. Records indicate this murder was premeditated.
Cynthia worked as an In-Home Health Aide for Kaiser Hospitals, while studying to become a nurse. She was an outstanding employee and a wonderful friend to many. She was a devout Jehovah’s Witness, even before meeting Stringer at a local Jehovah’s Witness Hall (Church). At one time, Lonnie Stringer rose to the top of their church as an “Elder”. Soon after, Stringer’s demeanor began to change. Time spent at home with Cynthia was minimal and she was becoming afraid for her safety. Court records indicate an elaborate plan set forth by Lonnie Stringer, to murder his wife for financial gain (Life Insurance).
It is noted after brutally bludgeoning his wife to death, Stringer disguised and deflected suspicion, accusing several people who were close to him and her family as possible murderers. He accused the victim of deserving what had happened to her. This convicted murderer poses a significant risk to society!
On November 14, 2017, Cynthia’s family, once again, must relive the horrendous events that led to her brutal murder. Once again, they must endure the trauma and uncertainty of this murderer’s parole hearing. Because of Lonnie Stringer’s complete disregard for human life, denial and lack of remorse, justice demands this convicted murderer be denied parole.
Stringer made a personal choice to execute Cynthia for financial gain and he must continue to accept the consequences of his actions. It is hoped the Board will think about Cynthia Stringer and the brutality she had to suffer before dying from her injuries. Cynthia does not get a second chance to live; she is gone forever by the hand of a murderer; someone she should have been able to trust. Therefore, Stringer does not deserve a second chance or the privilege of freedom. He must remain in prison, so that he can never again harm another innocent human being.
Please deny parole to convicted murderer, Lonnie David Stringer for the maximum time allowed by California law.
Thank you for your consideration.
(For your confidentiality, do NOT post your return address on the letter; only on the outer mailing envelope).