Thursday, September 17, 2020

latest FFUP offerings-


NOT Getting to web very fast but there is alot happening and prisoners are hungry to get their concerns out . 

For families who can print stuff out- latest paths to release: 

a)Mini newsletter,(pdf ) starts with articles prisoners can use to bolster their arguments for release. Then an overview of Executive order 31 and PAC 108 pathways. Executive order 31 is working for some old law prisoners of they get it to Tate. Page 7 through 14 is the full motion to modify sentence template, originally done in March by public defenders office in Madison, updated by Nicholas Morehouse in September.:

 Motion to modify sentence template alone , on word so can be easily modified. ’

Executive directive 31 For old law prisoners only. one page, two sides- there is no application or template- here are criteria. Again, this is working IF you send it to warden AND Tate.

 There is much confusion about PAC 108.  And I think it is poorly written- again also no template- If the prisoner is either old law or TIS and is over 60 and has served 10 minimum, OR over65 and has served over 65 minimum- he/ She is eligible. From what I garner, the Final decider is parole commission. I will stick the original notification here too.

all four together:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Report on Covid and GBCI 

First some end of August reports from CORRLINKS on Covid:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Report on Covid and GBCI

Letters from prisoners- ()

1)Phil Keller ( OSCI)reports seeing guard destroy mail/ complains to everyone gets video watch . being type is pencil letter where is says he is being retaliated against and expects transfer to CCI

2)Harry Fumich (GBCI)calls and write a lot- has covid and is an has been in much pain, is filing motion to modify sentence with Racine county. Here are HSU requests for pain medicine other than Tylenol.

Harry Fumich covid diagnosis and docs he is sending to crt

                                  Requests pain meds:

                                motion to court:

Report on a death- sent widely:

Daniel tornado Wachowiac wants to sue for  million dollars ( the only humorous one in the bunch)


B)Summations-unscannable letters typed letters coming soon./ GBCI was just tested by national guard again last week- we expect another  load of messages and phone calls on new results soon. :

1.       Terrance Kirksey 168172 GBCI  BD1992 (received 9 16 20)

Tested positive 8 25, been tested 4 times and classified as “quarantined” three times , While in RHU cell 362 was “extremely mentally Distorted(?)”was having mental breakdown and wanted to self harm.  Blames all on staff allowing positive people to mix with negative.  Due rto HIPPA laws nooone knew who was positive. BEieves inmates have the right to know the risks.  Neg and positive inmates kept on same tier with same air. Staff not sanitizing every two days.Inmates with COvid shower with those who do not have  it. Staff either do not wear masks or wear them improperly. Inmates write complaints about this but nothing happens/Those with covid are only given Tylenol and places back in smecell with cell mate even if he does not have covid , so disease is passed back and forth- the one cell mate reinfecting the other in cycle./Inmates in general population with covid see nurse every day- those in seg see nurse only when they complain of symptoms. When inmate covid doc

Gives and eloquent appeal for help /wants civil rights lawyers-

 2) Milan Stewart -643607 GBCI BD 1998-tested positive for covid/ complains GBCI failed to isolate inmates who had covid . 8 17, roommate tested positive and was sent back to same cell. Milan complained and told he was already exposed- now he has covid too. No one gets any help unless they send HSU request slips . told nurse he had headaches and loss of smell and she said that was not covid related she is only concerned is he cannot breathe.


3.       Jason Kurtz 495483 GBCI BD1976  informs me regularly of what is going on- Says many prisoners in seg are particularly stress and self harm is way up- gives list of some solitary inmates needing help- FFUP is putting starting a Stress release project and first installment goes out soon. Jason is educating me and volunteer on what is needed and possible. New to me GBCI seg prisoners.Says one really need thing is weekly news blurbs as they can have no radios or tvs- we are finding out just what is allowed and will work on expanding that. Link to first “stress relief  newsletter  here:




Sunday, August 23, 2020

prisoner letters from DOC covid hotspot- this week it is Green Bay

 8 24 20  :HEAT CRISIS GBCI-Prisoners not allowed fans. 

below are relevant parts of letters- I alerted many during high heat days end of July and see we have to rev up efforts to get any action- reports are that nothing has chanced-please call and email DAI head  and warden of GBCI -

1)Dylon Radtke,Warden;GBCI;2833 Riverside Drive;Green Bay, WI 54307-9033;(920) 432-4877/

I don't have his email

2)Makda Fessahaye DAI Director:,

P.O. Box 7925/Madison, WI 53707-7925/(608) 240-5104 Office

here are bits from pencil letters on the heat:

GBCI and heat crisis( typed from penciled letters/will not scan)
        Louis Keys 587973 GBCI 7 27 20:Note at end of letter: Hopefully I can get my time ( street time)and get the hell out of here This shit is sad, Peggy, guy had a seizure, laying out, head bust open, unresponsive. And instead of going in with the nurses, Lt Cole gassed him with a MK-9 phantom, nearly killing him!! I need out peg, Cells 90 degrees plus daily.
      Alfonso Gonzalez, 114135 GBCI: “it’a hot in seg, it feels like you will die from how hot it is. Without   your fan, Can you help me and all the inmates in GBCI get their fans in their cells please
     Jason Kurtz 495483 GBCI: I’m still in seg, this prison’s gone crazy-
-staff wouldn’t let me have 5 greeting cards that said “love mom” in them cuz they claimed I’d reuse them.
-I got a soliciting ticket cuz I wrote a unit mgr that they were smart, intelligent and awesome . even after 4 ½ yrs o good conduct
-Staff won’t let me go to rec, cuz cuffs won’t fit behind my back
-They won’t allow us our fans, despite 100 degree cells
-They force double celling, even if psychological issues
-And the mailroom denies any penpal company fliers, which they previously allowed.

Here are more letters from GBCI on the 57 cases of covid and what is happening

We will soon get summaries out to accompany all letters- we all know GBCI has 57 cases of covid so far- inmates have had no visitors for months and spend most of their time lockdown and know that staff and the construction crew are bringing the virus in yet, they are blamed while staff wear masks around their chins. 

 first are letters type because prisoners are not allowed pen nibs-they get pencils and sometimes ribber pencils

GBCI Covid crisis 8 18 20 (relavant parts typed; written in pencil and will not scan)

1) Louis Keys 387473 GBCI:12 inmates in the Couth Cell Hall have covid. . They had cell mates and movement with entire cell hall. Staff have it and had to bring it in here. There have been no visits for months. There’s no telling how many people total have it.

---I just spoke to a Sgt and he told me as of today its 24 cogirmed cases here in GBCI and that’s not including  staff. So with staff it has to be at least 30-35. Get the news involved immediately please. 

2) Jason Kurtz 495483 GBCI:Here’s the rundown of what’s going on here. Nothing’s changed here. It’s still outside temps in here and  & they rejected our fans in seg.I’m still in seg and they’re trying to force me to double cell. I’m on my second refusal to double cell. I used to be red tagged. They’re putting covid patients in seg too, w/out their property and not medically assisting them. None of us have our property. Inmates  daily scream for their fans. I’m not allowed rec, because  rear cuffs don’t fit me. I don’t get to come out , 30 + days of in-cell. And their mistreating me for refusing to double cell. Can you please look into the Geneva Convention 1955 Act that lists its first act as 1) Individual cells shall not accommodate more than one individual overnight,

I am also a PSU patient and state law states that  WI prisons cannot force double celling of a psychological patient. Can you find that state law- 1990’s maybe. Also I enclosed a letter, showing you mail doesn’t always get sent out from seg, doesn’t always get mailed. ( Note: letter is enclosed from friend confirming that she did not get his letters) I hear stories of them tossing out our mail, but I am not accusing anyone. I do know they’re creating more issues that I’ve ever seen before in 15 ½ year of confinement. Also, I’m a model inmate,  I write a supervisor that she’s smart and very intelligent and awesome and it led to 5 tickets, mistreatment, 50 days so far n seg and I‘m considered model behavior, LOL.  I’m perplexed, others here won’t write , for fear of their retaliation. I was sent here for refusing to double cell at FCLI and WSPF. Now, 4 ½ years later, I’m in seg here, for the same thing.  But at least WSPF has AC in seg ( asks me to help him get moved to WSPF) I have 111/2 years to do and they are threatening indefinite tickets and seg time here for refusing to double cell> I’m also a big muscle bound 322 lbs and read cuffs don’t fit and I need a floor level cell and they’re not don’t accommodate them. I just want to do my time w/out troubles. You know I do not frivolously complain. 

 Alfonso Gonzalez, 114135 GBCI: “it’a hot in seg, it feels like you will die from how hot it is. Without   your fan, Con you help me and all the inmates in GBCI get their fans in their cells please. Mrs peggy swan I Alfonso Gonzalez am not safe n GBCI , do to the Latin Kings trinh yp beat me up and kill me in Gp. Cos in GBCI are nothelping me I put SPN in the latin Kings and asked to go on  PC(?) (AC?)do to it and move me to WRC or CCI. WRC because I have mental health issues I would like your help. I’m not safe in GBCI

I’m in seg because I made weapons because I don’t feel safe do to the Ltin Kings ( explains he is sending the CRon weapons and he did,ays he is always”real “with me. 


received 8 20

Other  news 

1) GBCI:Call last night from Joe Turney- a long time prisoner friend who was going to write the complaint for our lawsuit to get treatment for the mentally ill.  He has covid symptoms an is not getting treated or tested. He has been on hunger strike trying to get treatment and is putting himself into seg- I talked him out ( I hope)  of the hunger strike and will rabble rouse to get him treated and tested. His roommate, Jason Dodd 391909 tested positive for the virus and probably gave it to Joe - he asked for our release template to send to judge- is asking for hospital .


2) WSPF Guard "Godfrey" out with covid and huge shortage of guards. Guard named smith walked off job a few days ago and a guard named Schneider got walked off for giving an inmate a cigarette. This writer Travis WIlliams, expects lockdown soon- no because of guard shortage.


3) WCI- Chance Wallows has had severe pain for months- MRI shows bulges, lessions etc in spinal column. I have been writing asking for stronger than over the counter meds. His letter yesterday said nurse agreed but the "Nurse practitioner will not be at the prison for two weeks. There is noone on duty to prescribe anything!!

WCI has no doctors or nurse practictioners on duty daily?


4) Retaliation against litigators has ramped up and i am getting more letters from new victims- general in OSCI about anyone who tries to help others with their cases- in the library where they can meet. Did open records to OSCI asking for complaints on retaliation against litigators ad got  blanket denial for security reasons.


Friday, June 5, 2020

Third Submission to Governor Evers

Pleas for release sent to Governor Tony Evers June 20, 2020 
  This is the third installment and last.  The response from the Governor's office has been to remove the waiver from the application. We continue to pressure this office and to find other avenues to bring relief to the most vulnerable. We believe that prisoners cannot protect themselves from the virus and therefore their welfare is all our responsibility. 

Juan Navarro 136027 WSPF (BD 4 30 1949, 71yo)
Juan Navarro
Juan Navarro has been locked up for 38 years and was eligible for parole in 1993. He has always maintained that he killed the man in self defense. He was ordered by  judge to be deported back to his home in Mexico "but these authorities are refusing to do it" and he has seen the parole board 10 times. He had a stroke in 2008 and two surgeries to repair his aorta vein and has "not been the same man since." He had emergency surgery again in 2018. He is here legally, with a green card but is a citizen of Mexico.

Jose Almazan 643772 NLCI, (BD 1970, 50 y.o.)
Jose J Alazan
Jose is at an age where he is at heightened risk of experiencing complications of he contracts Covid-19. He has served 4 years of his sentence for drug possession and faces deportation upon release.

Clayton Bahr  256979, JCI  (BD 1959, 61 y.o.)
Clayton Bahr
Clayton is at an age that puts him at increased risk of experiencing complications should he contract Covid-19. In addition to this, he has rheumatoid arthritis, which further increases the level of risk he faces. He is currently in prison on a revocation as a result of marijuana possession. There is debate about whether marijuana possession should even be a crime in many parts of this country, but even in those places with the strictest laws—the punishment is not a death sentence.

James Barnak 637932 RGCI , (BD 1939, 80 yo)
james Barnak

James has emphysema, COPD , Hypertension and high blood pressure and is on oxygen 24/7. What is this man doing in prison?

Charles Brown
Charles Brown 624255 RGCI ( Bd 1971,49 yo)
Charles was convicted of possession with intent to deliver. He speaks in the waiver of how"stupid" his crime was that he didn't ask for help getting out of the financial crisis he was in.  He is a diabetic, was born with asthma, has heart murmur and uses two asthma pumps daily.This man is at particular risk in the prison environment,

Robert Clark 659319 Winnebago corr center, ( DB 1995,24 yo)
Robert Clark
Robert says he committed his crime of burglary because he thought he need more and now has matured. He needs to be home with his fiance who has severe asthma and needs his help badly.He did want to be a police officer and started at the Fox Valley technical Institution but dropped out" becuase Icouldn't figure out what I wanted to do. My father died during my incarceration and that has completely changed my thinking  and made me mature quite alot." This a boy  on his way to becoming a man and he shoul d be encouraged and helped.

Chris LaMar Crittendon 228962 RGCI ( DB 1070,50 years old) This man has been in prison since 1992. IN his waiver, He describes a scene of complete confusion in which he was pursue by a group of people who mistook him for someone else. His co-defendant tried to help and someone ended up dead. The shooter got the lesser sentence. affidavit of defendant included.

Lawrence Dalton 005267 CCI  (BD1945,75 y.o.)
Lawrence Dalton

Lawrence has been imprisoned for 42 years, and because of his age he faces extreme risk of complications if he contracts Covid-19. He is currently being held in a facility with numerous cases among staff, so this puts him at even greater risk.

Jose Felix DeHoyos 357072;61 years old
Jose Felix Dehoyos

Jose is at an age that places him at heightened risk of complications if he contracts Covid-19. In addition to this, he is a diabetic which could further complicate his ability to recover.

Christopher Maxwell Fidler 581587, SCI  (B.D.1989, 30 y.o.)
Chirstopher Fidler

Christopher has a history of asthma which makes him vulnerable to experiencing Covid related complications should he contract this disease.

Tony Franklin

Tony Franklin 267631 WCI (BD 6-1-1980, 40 yo )
Tony believes his sentence was  based on wrong information and is stiffer than it should be.  He has serious health conditions and is at great risk in this pandemic . He has asthma and tested positive for Tb around 1993 which he believes makes it dangerous  to come in contact with the virus. He also had a scan that showed that every disc in his neck is either mildly or severely damaged This is not being treated and the Doctor is refusing pain medications..

Rodney Gatson 162886; FLCI; ( BD 6 16 70. 50 yo)
Rodney Gatson

Several sections of Rodney's application were very light and so typed section are added to clarify.
Rodney states he was convicted of attempted homicide and they noone was hurt, it was not premeditated, his victim has forgiven  him. He accepted a plea that then was not honored by the judge and was give 25 years. He has diabetes, hypertension  and uses a
cpap machine because of his apnea, He is in a barracks situation where there is no social distancing possible and feels his life is at risk daily.

Kenneth Montrell Gray

Kenneth Montrell Gray
39 years old

Kenneth remains incarcerated for a crime he committed when he was 14 years old. Everyone makes mistakes at that age, and given the environments we are in at that age, some of those crimes may be more serious than others. No minor should be given a life under any circumstances.
Jose Soto Guzman

Jose Soto Guzman 535929 JCI (BD 1975,45yo) Jose has severe asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and type 2 diabetes. His crime? He sold and traded drugs to support his addiction. We need to invest in treatment,not prison for guys like this.
Timothy Hagberg 356508  OSCI ( BD 1955, 65 yo)
Timothy  Hagberg

Timothy is at an age that puts him at risk for complications should he contract Covid-19. He has served 22 years of his sentence, and has the support of his sister to rejoin, furthermore his parents are nearly 90 years old and would be comforted to know that he is in a safer space.

Jeffrey Harris 032866, OCI,( BD1954, 65 y.o.)
Jeffrey Harris
Jeffrey has served since 1978 and given his age is extremely at risk of experiencing complications of Covid-19 if he were to contract it. Many countries have a maximum sentence of 25 years and the recidivism rate of people convicted of murder is the among the lowest of any other crime. He has a defibulator in his chest to help my heart beat which effects my breathing.He explains his enormous health problems in the waiver and that he lives with two other cellmates which are changed often , any of which could be carrying the virus and have no symptoms.

Leon Irby 033802, CCI ( BD 1946, 73yo)
Leon Irby
73 years old
Leon is at an age that puts him at increased risk for complications should he contract Covid-19. Leon has served since 1971 and has since been rehabilitated and de KMCIsires to re-enter society. In addition to his age, he has over the years had a number of health issues that could further complicate things if he contracts Covid-19.

Jeffery Lynn Jamerson 654769 KMCI  ( BD 1963, 57 yo)
Jeffrey Lynn Jamerson
Mr Jamerson explains that his was a crime of passion and one not to be repeated. He has bronchial asthma, high blood pressure. hypertension and as an african american man over 50 especially at risj with this virus. 
Bradley D Keso 245233 SCI ( BD 1968, 51 years old)
Bradley Keso
Bradley has asthma and is at an age that puts him at heightened risk of complications should he contract Covid-19. He has served 27 years of his sentence, for a crime he committed when he was 23 years old. As he says in his response, “the man serving time is not the man who committed these senseless crimes.” 

Claude Amil Komorowski;193111; ( BD 1968, 51 years old)
Claude Amil Komorowski
Claude is at an age that puts him at heightened risk of complications should he contract Covid-19. Beyond this, he has elderly parents who would benefit from his care during this pandemic. His inability to stay safe within the Wisconsin Prison System and given his own health conditions is rightfully concerned that he will die if he contracts this disease.

John Kulitz 442984,SCI ( BD 1952, 68 y.o.)
John Kuslits
Due to John’s age he is at a heightened risk of experiencing complications due to Covid-19. He has served 17 years of his sentence and has used that time to reflect on the impacts of his actions on the people affected by them.

Ryan Lemke 468341,(BD 1985. 35 y.o. Native American)
Ryan has been diagnosed with Ulcerative pan colitis with neutropenia, which makes him immune-compromised. He is highly at risk for complications and serious issues if he contracts Covid-19. Because of his medical history, he is also on a schedule to take Remicade which is an immunosuppressant and puts him at even greater risk. He has served three years and is filing for early release as well.

Mark Lucian 168825 FLCI ( BD 1968, 51 YO)
Mark Lucian
. Lucian has renal kidney disease and is on peritoneal dialysis. He blames the DOC for not following up on care when he had an anyerism that bled into his kidney. Now he is at great risk with this pandemic and asks the DOC to finally do the right thing and let him go -he has a good support system waiting for him

Carl Darrel Lusk 564445;( BD 1993,27 years old)
Carl Lusk

Carl has asthma which puts him at heightened risk of complications if he contracts Covid-19. He is unable to keep himself safe while in the Wisconsin prison system, and is currently being held on a probation violation.

Rheuben McClain 149898 OSCI, (BD 1967, 52)
Rhueben MCcClain

Rheuben is at an age that puts him at greater risk for complications should he contract Covid-19. Because of Rheuben’s health conditions (asthma & sleep apnea) he has preexisting respiratory issues that further increase his risks.

Jammie Morris 228988 Robert E Ellsworth Corr Cntr (BD1977,43yo, female)
    Jammie was convicted of PTAC of a felony F Burglary. He drove the car, was coerced to participate by his friends because he had a car. He has expended extraordinary effort to repay society- paid more the 10 thousand dollars restitution, completed all court ordered programs and has held  jobs. He had completed 17 credits at MATC and had one credit left before graduation when the epidemic stopped all. His application is a clear view of both the shame of still holding this guy and the gifts he is ready to give to the community,

Juan Navarro 136027 WSPF (BD 4 30 1949, 71yo)
Juan Navarro
Juan Navarro has been locked up for 38 years and was eligible for parole in 1993. He has always maintained that he killed the man in self defense. He was ordered by  judge to be deported back to his home in Mexico "but these authorities are refusing to do it" and he has seen the parole board 10 times. He had a stoke in 2008 and two surgeries to repair his aorta vein and has "not been the same man since." He had emergency surgery again in 2018. He is here legally, with a green card but is a citizen of Mexico.

Marcus Patenaude 451124 CCI ( BD 1985
Marcus Patenaude
Marcus had an auto accident prior to his conviction that resulted in him having a punctured lung. This injury could lead to further complications if he were to contract Covid-19. He is currently being held at Columbia Correctional where there have already been several cases of Covid-19 positive tests.

Dustin William Peters 437458, OCI( BD 1985.35yo)
His time is particularly dead right now. His crime was possession with intent to deliver- he needs treatment and there is none. To be held here in these dangerous conditions makes no sense.

James L Phillips 402731   OSCI( BD 1983, 36yo)
James Phillips
James is at high risk because of his asthma and his use of two inhalers. More to his point, however , is that he speaks of wanting to be a voice for all victims and wants to start a non profit . HE has been both the perpetrator of abuse and the abuser and sees the cycle of violence ( hurt people  hurt people) and wants to break it. he needs a second chance and it is outrageous that this covid virus in the prison could be his death sentence. He needs out.

Shana Jamar Shurn
 Shana Jamar Shurn 663997,
Milwaukee Women's Correctional Center;
(BD 1985, 35 yo, Female)
Shana explains that she has an 8 year old son with a disease ( NF1) that causes a tumor to grow in his nervous system. His condition is getting worse and he is in the care of her mother who is getting overwhelmed. She has 10 1/2 months on her sentence and asks to 'Do it on paper.' She has 7 children and they need her home.
While bathing one of her children , she left the water running wile she went the kitchen to get her some soap, the child meanwhile kicked off the cold water and ended up being burned, was rushed to the hospital. 
Jeffry Allan Schultz Jr 344012,Mcnaughton Correctional Center;
 8500 Rainbow Road, Lake Tomahawk WI 54539 ( BD 1980, 49 yo)
Jeffry A Schultz

Jeffrey briefly explains his crime: " After Darryl killed Adam, he then turned the gun on me, forcing me to bury Adam while he help me at gun point" They had been drinking all day.
He had been in prison for 18 years and the killer was never charged. Jeffry has used his time well- with a long list of accomplishments. now with covid threatening all- isn't it time for a little compassion? 

in an earlier letter he wrote this , which is very relevant.
"There is a pandemic going on out there over COVID-19. With my preexisting 
 sinus issues I catch respiratory illnesses easily. This virus spreads easily and  is killing people at an alarming rate. Once it gets in here it would not be a matter of if , But when I would be infected. I sit here and watch the death toll  rise every day and I fear for my family and myself. There is also  evidence of
 .an 80%sterility rate for men survivors.  We cannot practice social distancing in here and the only PPE we have been issued is 2 cloth masks, Once it gets in here it will spread like wild fire. The DOC does not have the resources to deal with this, so an in infection has a higher risk of proving fatal. I did not survive that night just to die in prison of a disease,when this situation can 
 easily and safely be avoided."                     

Dustin E Sparks 387387 SCI,(BD 1985, 34)
Dustin E Sparks

Dustin has 9 month left on Huber law which he was serving at the county jail . He walked away because both his parents had died that year and"I was trying to deal with the loss. I am sorry for what I 've done." 
Dustin has a bad heart and as been to 6 different hospitals ,he says, while in custody. He has high blood pressure and high cholesterol and possibly a clogged artery. He has anxiety and depression and takes Nitro for his heart . He had PDR done in DODGE. These are extraordinary circumstances.

Mark Staffa
Mark Staffa 417097, (BD1965, 56 y.o., white)
 Mark has less than two years left on his sentence, for which he has already served 14 years. Prior to his arrest he suffered an auto accident that has resulted in limited lung capacity. As Covid-19 is a respiratory disease, this injury as well as his age put him at heightened risk for complications, should he contract Covid-19.

Antyon Turner 374182 WCI ( BD 1984, 36yo)
Antyon Turner

Antyon explains that he is innocent of the crimes he is accused of although he blames himself for allowing himself to be put in the situation to be accused.
He has severe asthma and sleep apnea. It is imperative that he at least be transferred out of WCI to a safer prison,

Kenneth Wagner 470618; OSCI  (BD 1972, 47yo)
Kenneth Wagner
Ken has breathing problems and uses an inhaler; he is requesting a lower bunk for his adema. He describes his living conditions in the waiver and states he has a third grade reading level. He has strong support of his  m other and sister who need him home .
letter in support from Sister:

Chance Wallow 458649 WCI. ( Bd 1987,33yo)
Chance Wallow

Chance Wallow  is in prison on a misdemeanor and has been incarcerated for 5 years. He has a bad back that is not being treated and  has much anxiety that with the unsanitary conditions he will catch the virus. To expose this young man to this risk is stupidly mean.

Precious Ward 280069 RGCI (BD 1979, 41 yo)
precious Ward
Mr Ward got involved as party to a shooting incident when he was called to a violent scene after his wife called him to say she was being attacked. His witnesses were not allowed to testify. He believes  his trial was unfair. He has some preexisting conditions that make the  conditions in out prison dangerous for him but mainly he states he has  turned his life around and wants " do God's work and help as many  people as possibly can in a ministerial capacity."

Manfred Philip Weisgerber 125922, OSCI ( BD 
Manfred is at an age that puts him at increased risk for complications should he contract Covid-19.

Chad Willette 593741 OSCI (BD 1976,44yo)
Chad is asking for a pardon as his father- in-law is currently over 60 with poor health and is taking care of my youngest child Robin. my mom is in her 60's and is also not doing well. I have Sleep apnea, high blood pressure and his cholesterol.
Chad Willette 

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