In Loving Memory of our only child

 

 

 

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 JimmyDickson

James Major Evans Dickson

Born, April 30, 1977

Killed, April 30, 1995

 

On Jimmy's 18th birthday, Eric Gene Reilly, an unknown person to Jimmy and others, showed up at the private party for Jimmy. Eric arrived enraged by some other occurrence during that same day.Within minutes, his anger was out of control. He stabbed Jimmy five times, of which, two wounds were noted as fatal. Jimmy was pronounced dead at the stroke of midnight on his birthday. During this same event, Eric Gene Reilly also stabbed another person.

 

If Eric Gene Reilly completes his prison sentence, he will be released from prison on May 8, 2022. Every several years, he comes up for review and possible parole. We ask you click on the Letter of Prote st for Parole link to read our Letter of Protest for Parole.Please feel free to print, sign and mail it. One standard envelope will accommodate four letters using a First Class stamp.

 

The family and friends thank you in advance for your continued support.To Contact the family:infor@jimmydickson.com

 

 

 

2016 Update

 

In 1995, Eric Gene Reilly was convicted of murdering Jimmy Dickson on Jimmy's birthday, April 30, 1995. The Dickson family received notice on November 25, 2015, that Reilly was AGAIN denied parole by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. According to the TDCJ, he will be eligible to go before the parole review board again starting in November 2017.Reilly was denied parole for one or more of the following reasons, as per the TDCJ website page (see the information below):

 

 

Eric Gene Reilly

TDCJ:00745777

SID:05547790


Last Parole Decision

Denied on 11/25/2015

NEXT REVIEW (11/2017)- Deny favorable parole action and set for next review. 

Denial reason(s): 2D 

* Note: One or more of the components indicated in each paragraph may apply, but only one is required for denial (D). 

2D NATURE OF OFFENSE - THE RECORD INDICATES THAT THE INMATE COMMITTED ONE OR MORE VIOLENT CRIMINAL ACTS INDICATING A CONSCIOUS DISREGARD FOR THE LIVES, SAFETY, OR PROPERTY OF OTHERS; OR THE INSTANT OFFENSE OR PATTERN OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY HAS ELEMENTS OF BRUTALITY, VIOLENCE, OR CONSCIOUS SELECTION OF VICTIM'S VULNERABILITY SUCH THAT THE INMATE POSES A CONTINUING THREAT TO PUBLIC SAFETY; OR THE RECORD INDICATES USE OF A WEAPON. 

Next Parole Review Date

11/2017