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Jason Robb on Hunger Strike Demanding Transfer to Death Row.

Contact: lucasvilleamnesty@gmail.com

Phone: 330-333-0826

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jason Robb on Hunger Strike Demanding Transfer to Death Row.

Ohio Super Max Prisoner Resumes Hunger Strike

Sunday June 3rd, 2012, Youngstown- Last week Cornelius Harris, a level 5 prisoner at Ohio State Penitentiary (OSP) resumed the May Day hunger strike, in protest of the warden's slow response to the prisoner's demands. It is unknown when Mr. Harris began refusing food, how many consecutive meals he has refused, and whether or not other prisoners have joined Mr. Harris's hunger strike. OSP's warden, David Bobby refused to comment or make any statement about Mr. Harris's situation or condition, including how many meals he has refused. 
 
Mr.

POLITICAL PRISONER JALIL MUNTAQIM RELEASES “WE ARE OUR OWN LIBERATORS” BOOK

For Immediate Release
July 7, 2010

POLITICAL PRISONER & FORMER BLACK PANTHER JALIL MUNTAQIM RELEASES SECOND EDITION OF “WE ARE OUR OWN LIBERATORS” BOOK

Los Angeles: The second edition of Jalil Muntaqim’s We Are Our Own Liberators was released today by Arissa Media Group, an independent, politically focused publishing house.

A former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, Muntaqim is one of the world's longest held political prisoners, having been incarcerated in the United States since 1971.

CUAPB ACTIVIST LOCKED UP ON BOGUS CHARGES - YOUR HELP IS URGENTLY NEEDED!

Ofiong Sanders is a case study of a person who has changed his life for the better.  In 1997, he was convicted of burglary and sentenced 10 years in prison.  During those 10 years, he had an epiphany and recognized that he was handing his life over to the state.  He vowed to straighten out his life.  When the time came for him to be released, he found that the prison system continued to hold hi

LIFE IN PRISON FOR LENDING CAR- HELP HIM OUT!

Paul Modrowski, who was wrongfully convicted of the 1992 murder of Dean Fawcett, is seeking release from prison. Modrowski, autistic, and then 18 years old, was convicted of Murder 1 on an “accountability” theory for supposedly lending his car to the supposed killer – who was acquitted. Modrowski was then sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole.

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