A Photographer Captures The Last Meals Of Wrongfully Executed Inmates

Part of a larger campaign that uses food to change minds.

1. Amnesty International Puerto Rico has fronted a campaign for the exoneration of Death Row inmates by displaying food requested by the wrongfully accused before their deaths. Here were their last meals, photographed by James Reynolds.

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2. Ruben Cantu, executed for murder in 1993, presumed innocent in 2005 (then proven innocent in 2010).

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Ruben requested fried chicken and rice.

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3. Leo Jones, executed for murder in 1998, even though presumed innocent since 1993.

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He requested steak, eggs, potatoes, and toast.

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4. Cameron Todd Willingham, executed for murder in 2004, presumed innocent in 2010.

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Cameron requested tater tots, onion rings, enchiladas, and two slices of pie.

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5. David Spence, executed for murder in 1997, presumed innocent in 2000.

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David asked for fried chicken, fries, tea, coffee, Coke, and chocolate ice cream.

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6. Claude Howard Jones, executed for murder in 2000, presumed innocent in 2010.

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Claude asked for steak, eggs, toast with jam, and a single sausage.

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7. The campaign has also implemented this idea into a “Last Meal Restaurant.” Watch what happened:

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8. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

CORRECTION: Cameron Willingham was executed in 2004. An earlier version of this item stated 1994. (10/18/13)

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