Parole Opposition: Dexter Terrell Coleman shot & killed Aron Michael Hagan and now wants parole

Aron Hagan
Aron Michael Hagan

On September 20, 1988, Coleman brutally murdered Aron Michael Hagan, while in the commission of robbing him. Coleman shot Aron three (3) times once in the head, once in the neck and then once in the back. Coleman then left his lifeless body slumped in the front seat bleeding to death.

Please help the Hagan family have some kind of justice. Dexter Terrell Coleman should spend his life in prison for the horrendous crime he committed. The Hagan family has to relive this tragedy every time he has a parole hearing. It is so overwhelming each time they have to go through this. But with everyone’s help, it will be for the better for society. He shot Aron 3 times and left him in his car to bleed to death, without any remorse. He chose to rob Aron Hagan and then chose to shoot him. These are not the actions of productive citizens or those who should be in society at all. Please help this family. It is not easy to have to go through all of this.

Dexter Coleman Parole Opposition letter
Citizen Against Homicide: Parole Opposition Request

SAMPLE LETTER

(Date) Insert mailing date.
State of California
San Quentin State Prison
San Quentin, CA 94964

ATTN: Classification & Parole Representative

RE: Dexter Terrell Coleman – CDC # E48016
Parole Hearing Date: September 4, 2013

Dear Board of Parole Hearing Commissioners:

Please DO NOT grant a parole date to convicted murderer, Dexter Terrell Coleman. On September 20, 1988, Coleman brutally murdered Aron Michael Hagan, while in the commission of robbing him. Coleman shot Aron three (3) times once in the head, once in the neck and then once in the back. Coleman then left his lifeless body slumped in the front seat bleeding to death.

On September 4, 2013, Aron Hagan’s family will, once again, have to relive the tremendously painful events that led to his brutal and senseless murder. Coleman’s violent and heinous actions not only took Aron’s life, but changed the lives of his family forever. Because of his complete disregard for human life and lack of conscience and remorse, justice demands that this convicted murderer be denied parole. Dexter Terrell Coleman made a personal choice to kill an innocent human being; all for personal gain, and he must continue to accept the consequences of his actions. He must remain in prison, so that he can never again harm another innocent human being.

I am adamantly opposed to, and request that you please deny parole to convicted murderer, Dexter Terrell Coleman for the maximum time allowed by State of California law.

Thank you for your consideration,

(Your name/Signature)

*** For your confidentiality, do NOT post your return address on the letter; only on the outer mailing envelope.

5 Responses

  1. My name is Shsliesha Coleman. I am the daughter of Dexter Coleman. I understand my Dad did something very bad 26 years ago but he is a changed person. I lived with a father for 26 years Iam now 28. Im am so sorry for the things that he did and I ask that the family show forgiveness. I have two kids and would love for them to have a bond with my father. I know he is a changed man and I know if God can forgive so can you. He was a child 17 yrs old n is now a Man and have found God

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  2. Please find it in your heart to forgive my father. I need him

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    • Shaliesha,

      I understand your circumstances, but please remember, what your father did was morally and legally wrong. But at least he is still alive. Aron Michael Hagan is no longer alive and his family and friends miss him as well. However, he will never be back with them. Personally, I believe your father should remain in prison for the rest of his life. He did not care about Aron Hagan’s family or friends. Forgiveness is a very personal thing. You cannot force Aron’s family to forgive your father. Some can and some can’t. Another thing to remember is that there is no guarantee that Aron’s family will see this. You have had your father for 26 years, 26 years that Aron’s family has only had memories.

      Yes, I do urge my readers to send a letter opposing his parole. I already did.

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      • i understand they will never get a chance to see him again.and im very sorry for their lost but it happened 27 years ago. my father was a minor, meaning he was a kid. people change!

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        • Shaliesha,

          I do know what a minor is. I understand how you feel, but that does not change how I feel. I see things through the view of the loved ones of the victim. My mother was murdered over 35 years ago, and I still wish she was here every single day. I am sure that is how Aron Hagan’s loved ones see it.

          He may have changed and that is a good thing. He may get parole one day and if he does, I hope he does see it as a second chance at being a productive, law-abiding citizen.

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