Remove Warrants from Duane "Dog" Chapman & Family
To: Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Mexican Attorney General Daniel F. Cabeza de Vaca We, the undersigned, call for a resolution that will drop all charges against Duane 'Dog' Chapman, Tim Chapman and Leland Chapman by the United States and assist in the resolution in Mexico. These three men should be considered heroes who have successfully undertaken a service to bring in convicted felons to justice. Join us in support of the Chapmans. Your signature will go a long way. We will continue to update the powers to be on the support. Quick Background: On June 18, 2003, the Chapman's arrested Andrew Luster, one of "America's most wanted", in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Hours after finding Luster, the three were arrested and imprisoned in Mexico, and charged with unlawful deprivation of liberty and illegal seizure. After spending seven days in jail in Mexico, the three were only freed after they posted their own bail. Andrew Luster was returned to the U.S. and imprisoned to begin his 124 year sentence for the rape of three women in California. It didn't end there. On September 14, 2006 the three were arrested by US Marshals. They are currently free on $500,000 bail. They have been required to wear ankle monitors while they wait for the extradition to Mexico where they could face up to four years in prison.