On Veterans Day, 2017, William Most stood with the family and community of Preston Thornton, a U.S. Veteran shot and killed by law enforcement during a mental health crisis in Coushatta, Louisiana. Preston is gone, but not forgotten.
On September 2, 2015, shortly after death-row exoneree Glenn Ford's death, William Most, spoke with the Abolition Action Committee. The discussion was held in Washington, D.C. at the Committee's annual Starvin' for Justice Fast & Vigil to abolish the death penalty.