Samuel Cannon 394467 WSPF ( Bd 1987, 33 y.o.,Native American)
"It is impossible to practice social distancing. Staff here have tested positive for covid -19 and co- workers have not done 14 day required quarantine.We have no access to hand sanitizer (security)and little access to soap, shower and change of clothes.No staff members are wearing the proper PPE. CDC, WHO, Dr Fouci, president Trump ordered to wear face masks/PPE at the facility.
I take medication for Anxiety and bi-polar. I get about 10 years left to serve in incarceration. Back home I've got support of family members, and counselors and therapists and treatment specialists who have 20 years experience."
Eugene Crisler #438690, Bd 1985, 35 y.o.,Black.)
Floyd E Crowley 163604l OSCI (BD1956, 63 y.o./ OL in since 1988, black)
"I believe that at 64 years old with and enlarged prostate and high blood pressure and the sentence I am serving qualify me for extraordinary circumstances. However , in serving consecutive sentences and request to have them ran concurrently instead of consecutively will make me eligible for parole now instead of 2-14-2022." He includes several documents attesting to his successful rehabilitation. He has become a model prisoner, known for his hard work and reliability.
James Foote 196400 SCI (Bd 1970, 49 y.o., in since 1998 OL, Black)
|Ray Anthony Hampton|
Ray Anthony Hampton Jr #601062; FLCI (Bd 1991,28, Black)
"The circumstance regarding the warrant of waiver of the governor's eligibility rules is due to a heart - condition I have. I was born with this particular condition, which is called 'mitro-valve-prolapse'. It's a condition that effects my immune system and typically gives me shortness of breath." The corona virus "has already reached multiple WI institutions and has me living in fear. The fact that my children are living through a pandemic without me there for help, support and protection, also has me living in fear. Knowing that I am innocent of the crime I sit in prison for today makes it issue enough on top of the possibility of the covid virus have contact with my heart"
|Anthony P Heard|
Anthony P Heard 487345 WSPF (Bd 1988, 31, Black)
Dennis Lee Hohol 436152,RGCI ( Bd 1944, 76 y.o. white
Although Dennis makes a big point of his innocence in his waiver application, given his age, he is also at extreme risk of having severe complications if he contracts covid-19.
Derrick has sleep apnea, which when gone untreated can affect one’s decision making ability as well as memory retention. Since being in prison and using a C-pap machine, he has noticed an increase in his ability to function. He has served almost half of his total sentence, and has a strong desire to improve his community.
|George L Jansen|
George L Jansen 153167 OSCI ( Bd 191946,73 y.o. OL in since 1996)
Has spent 22 years in prison/Lists many maladies:has hearing aides, had stroke and was sent to Mercy Hospital , has cataracts in both eyes. has had surgery on his nerves, has vertigo, kidney disease. His advanced age should be extraordinary condition enough for this man to be released, the conditions make his release imperative.
|Michael Dean Johnson|
Michael Dean Johnson #411838,OSCI (Bd 1956, 63y.o.White TIS)
Mr Johnson was convicted of multiple drunk driving incidents. He is a good candidate for release because of his age and , as the documents he provides here show, because he has been unanimously recommended for sentence modification by the PRC Board. He has worked very hard to rehabilitate himself and all indications show he is ready. There is no reason to hold this many and expose him to the risk the virus poses to all in our prisons.
|Claude Anil Komorowki|
"during this covid -18 pandemic my family is sick and all alone and needs me, My mother is 74 years old , my step- father is 76 years old and dying of diabetes. I am in danger of getting covid-19 in prison because I cannot keep safe with inmates and staff in so close proximity. I am 52 and in poor health. "
|Troy A Laufenberg|
Troy Alan Laufenberg
Lamondre Moore 326060 RGCI (BD 1979, 41 y.o. Black, in since 1996 . OL)
Lamonde writes about his innocence and the fact that he was burned over 90% of his body. He asked Governor Evers to seriously consider him for release.
Joshua Durand Patton 631885 OCI ( Bd 1995, 25 y.o.,Black
|Joshua Durand Patton|
Joshua has less than a year until mandatory release 3 16 21. Joshua's main concern is for his family, who are having problems with the virus. He needs to be with them. Added to this is the benefit of avoiding the unnecessary risk of getting the virus the prison poses, and the fact that releasing those close to their mandated release date would help alleviate the overcrowding.
Anthony Rivera 348956, OSCI ( Bd1984, 35y.o. Hispanic)
Ron Schilling 32219 KMCI ( Bd1951, 68 y,o,, White)
|Peter Scott Schmidt|
Peter Scott Schmidt 114449, OCI ( Bd 1962, 58 y.o.,white)
Peter is an elder male with chronic respiratory issues. He uses an inhaler for his asthma. His mandatory release date is September 13, 2020- that is 4 months from this writing. To release him now and avoid further exposure is imperative.
Jeffry Allen Schultz 344012 ( Bd 1980, 40 y.o. White, OL)
"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."
Henry T Spivery 625059, OSCI ( BD 1957, 62 y.o., Black)
Glaucoma, knee surgery, mental health issues, would live with a female friend in Milwaukee. This inmate needed help completing this. He has competency issues and has a Federal Habeas petition pending as his conduct did not rise to the charges he was convicted of as a matter of law.
Troney Shumpert 561205 OSCI ( Bd 1965, 54,Black)
" This covid-19 virus and my pre-existing infirmities makes me and extraordinary circumstance. As a kid I was diagnosed with asthma, IN mu early twenties I was diagnosed with diabetes. Now i am challenged with serious seasonal allergy problems. Currently I wait to see a provider for future solutions. My immune system is weaker that most. Id covid were to reach JCI and I were to get it, within the months left of my sentence,I could be facing a life and death situation. In addition, I am non-violent, under a year, and incarcerated on a crimeless revocation.
Jammie Yerks 229862 WSPF (Bd 1970, 50 y.o. OL in since 1991))
ever, other than retaliation against me."