Specifically, ask the parole board to NOT release CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK from supervision and to keep him under the Super Intensive Supervision Program (SISP) and to keep GPS monitoring on him for the safety of all.
You must include the following information in your email or letter to the parole board:
To: Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles SISP Panel
Offender: HEDRICK, CLYDE EDWIN – SID #: 03214600 – TDCJ #: 01916500
Dear Supporters –
At the request of the victims’ families and the victims who no longer have their own voice, you are asked to consider writing to the parole board to request that convicted offender CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK (SID #: 03214600 – TDCJ #: 01916500) is NOT released from supervision and GPS monitoring.
CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK is an alleged serial killer and believed to have raped and murdered Laura Miller, Heide Fye Villareal, Audrey Cook, Donna Prudhomme and COUNTLESS other girls and women.
His convictions for other crimes is attached, but the list of crimes for which he has not yet been charged for is an even longer list.
Take the time to read the type of criminal that is being considered for release in the coming days. Yes, you read that right! Convicted criminal CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK is being considered for release from all supervision in the next few days. Once a decision is made he could be completely free within 15-30 days from the decision!
There are child victims of CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK who are now adults and are afraid of his release. There are rape and attempted murder victims of CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK who are afraid of his release. Victims and victims’ families are afraid for their safety upon his release.
Every man, woman, and child should be afraid that someone with his criminal history could be released and allowed to live freely in their communities.
Additionally, new evidence has surfaced and investigators need additional time to bring charges forth. If CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK is released of supervision and GPS monitoring, he will NEVER be found and brought to justice. It is your time to help the victims of the Texas Killing Fields and all victims of CLYDE EDWIN HEDRICK. But, time is of the essence! The board can meet as early as next week, so take the time TODAY to voice your concerns to the parole board.
Heide Fye Villareal
The quickest and best way to reach the parole board is via email at: email@example.com
You may also mail a letter to: TDCJ Victim Services Division, 8712 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin, Texas 78757.
You may fax a letter to: 512.452.1025.
PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE! Act today and email the parole board at your earliest opportunity!