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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Naked White Guy Tased

Why is it that police give ignorant people (such as this 'little' guy) all sorts of breaks, before they taser the hell out of some people. Yet, when it comes to black folks, Latinos or native Americans, it becomes a quick and easy option? Beat em,' Tase em' and/or kill em'

There is an interesting history of electric shock in this country, why did this guy get a break? Should he have been tased earlier or just arrested him for exposing himself, and call it a day?

Thoughts anyone?

Naked Wizard Tased By Reality from Tracy Anderson on Vimeo.

Yet, when it comes to black folks, Latinos or native Americans, it becomes a quick and easy option? Beat em,' Tase em' and/or kill em'

An early look at Pres. Barack Obama's first 100 days

While some people call
Obama the Super President, as many democrats begin to toast Obama's 100 days, from all indications, President Barack Obama has used his first 100 days to build a foundation. The American people, tired of George W. Bush and the Republicans, feel the US is on the right course. This as some news outlets are passing judgment while others are reviewing the many promises that Barack Obama made and how his first 100 days stack up. For black folks, just like all Americans, we see rising hopes, and partisan politics.

There are still those rags who wonder Why Is President Obama So Frakkin' Popular?
writing pieces on why Obama doesn't care about yoo. There are even playa haters who want to say from out of country, Obama's sprint will now become a slog

Well, Obama is hearing none of it. The Obama administration highlights many accomplishments on the White House website, as Americans debate his first 100 days.

No one can debate that President Barack Obama has been in perpetual motion. Yet, there are some news outlets that report, Obama's first 100 days littered with broken promises.

My gut says, no one is listening to the noise at this point, as Obama job approval rating is above 60%. The fact of the matter is polls are showing that the public thinks highly of Obama He appears to be turning peril into possibility, well so says the Washington Post. Barack Obama's wife, Michelle Obama is riding high, you see, Michelle Obama is now more popular than Barack with a 79% approval rating. There are questions regarding Barack Obama's high approval ratings and will it last?

The fact is Obama has the highest approval rating in 20 years. All that said, in many ways, John King at CNN is right, Barack Obama's second 100 days will be the bigger test for Obama.
The bottom line is President Barack Obama at 100 Days has strong job approval and even higher personal ratings. Yes, Obama is more popular than his policies; Bad News for GOP

Check out some of the Key events in Obama's first 100 days.

The Barack Obama administration highlights many accomplishments on the White House website. Here are just a few of them:


Omnibus Public Lands Management Act

Signed: Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2009

Small Business Act Temporary Extension

Signed: Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2009

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Signed: Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009

DTV Delay Act

Signed: Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009

Children’s Health Insurance Reauthorization Act

Signed: Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009

Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act

Signed: Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009



Executive Order Establishing The White House Office Of Health Reform


Executive Order Creating the White House Council on Women and Girls


Removing Barriers to Responsible Scientific Research Involving Human Stem Cells


Amending Executive Order 13390


Executive Order: Establishment of the White House Office of Urban Affairs


Executive Order: Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects


Presidential Executive Order Establishing the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board


Executive Order - Further Amendments To Executive Order 12859,Establishment Of The Domestic Policy Council


Executive Order: Further Amendments to Executive Order 12835, Establishment of the National Economic Council


Amendments to Executive Order 13199 and Establishment of the President's Advisory Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Yet, with all of the above done. Ron Paul just may be right.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Blacks, Tasers and Torture - sign online petition demanding a congressional investigation into Taser Torture in America

AAPP Says: Today is a special day, it's a day when bloggers from around the United States, Canada, UK, Africa, Europe, Brazil, and other parts of the world have come together for “A day of blogging for Justice - Standing up against the pre-trial electrocution.” It's time to demand a congressional investigation into Taser Torture in America.

Here is what black bloggers are saying and thinking:


Today, Black bloggers around the web (including Afrospear members and The Electronic Villiage) are setting aside the day to stand up against the use of tasers by the police. The New York City Police Department (NYPD) refers to them as “Conducted Energy Devices (CEDs)”. Some of the bloggers refer to their use as “Police Pre-Trial Electrocution”.

- Villager, Electronic Village

AAPP says: Wayne Hicks has been tracking the tasing issue even before I began publishing the blog, Tasered While Black. Wayne takes a look at the tasing issue and details many of the abuses in today's post:

I've shared other examples on my blog in the past:
  1. Valreca Redden (Trotwood OH) - pregnant Black woman tased by Officer Michael Wilmer when she went to police department for help.

  2. Eugene Snelling (Austin TX) - tased by Officer Thomas O'Connor driving with his mother on Thanksgiving Day.

  3. Donnell Williams (Wichita KS) - deaf Blackman tased in his own home.

  4. Major Lemon (Madison WI) - Blackman tased while holiday shopping at the local mall.

  5. Xavier Jones (Coral Gables FL) - Tasers deployed by two police officers killed this Blackman.

  6. Darryl Turner (Charlotte NC) - unarmed 17-year old Black youth killed when Officer Jerry Dawson decided to fire at him with a taser gun.

  7. James Garland (Miami FL) - unarmed and naked 41-year old Blackman killed by police taser gun while disoriented in the street.

  8. Baron Pikes (Winnfield LA) - Police officer Scott Nugent indicted for murder because he tasered a handcuffed 21-year old Blackman to death.

  9. Terrance Kennedy (Dallas NC) - Police killed another Blackman in North Carolina with their taser guns.

  10. Marcus Moore (Freeport IL) - unarmed 40-year old Blackman killed by police with their taser guns.

  11. Robert Mitchell (Warren MI) - unarmed 16-year old Black youth killed police taser guns.

  12. Gary Decker (Tucson AZ) - unarmed 50-year old naked man killed by police taser guns while in his own hotel room.

  13. Michael Jacobs (Ft. Worth TX) - unarmed, mentally impaired 24-year old Blackman killed by police taser guns on his own front yard in front of his parents.
The successes aren't the problem - the failures are.

How many more Black folks need to be executed by the police before the Congressional Black Caucus does something about it? I encourage all villagers to immediately sign online petition demanding a congressional investigation into Taser Torture in America. More HERE

Asabagna of the Afrospear Think Tank says:

When I started to contemplate what I was going to write for this day of blogging action on the use of tasers… i.e., “electrocution” to control and/or stop what are considered dangerous, anti-social behaviors… what stood out in the forefront of my mind was that in the past, electrocution (called Electroconvulsive Therapy), was also widely used for a similar purpose: as an approved, standard medical/psychiatric procedure for “supposed” dangerous and anti-social behaviors deemed to be mental illnesses, which included homosexuality and political dissent.

As a police officer (in Canada), my initial point of view is that I will use whatever level of force I deem necessary, when dealing with a violent criminal suspect, to protect the life of others and/or prevent bodily harm, but more importantly… to ensure that I go home to my family at the end of my shift! Presenting my wife and son with a Canadian flag and a hug or handshake at the end of a memorial service in my honor, just isn’t a life-affirming ambition of mine. With that being said, the police organization I work for, like most if not all police services in North America, are mandated and trained to follow some sort of “use of force continuum model”, which dictates what level of force is to be used in a given situation.

However, what this type of model does not show are the individual, environmental and societal factors that may influence how an officer will react to a given situation or person. It does not consider what are the beliefs, values and more importantly, the prejudices that may spur an individual officer’s action or reaction, to a particular situation or person. More HERE

The publisher of AroundHarlem.com says, AroundHarlem.com is strongly against the use of tasers. We have based our decision on information revealed by the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) and the fact that the use of tasers are harmful and dangerous to potentially innocent people. The NYCLU states that the NYPD has instituted the use of a leathal weapon without proper research or public dialogue. While the NYPD did conduct a Rand Study, according to Donna Lieberman (NYCLU executive director), the NYPD commissioned the study on important public policies without involving the public or anyone outside the NYPD. As a result, the NYCLU and AroundHarlem.com doubt the thoroughness and objectivity of the study.

The Rand Report, which was supposed to be aimed at evaluating the racial disparities in NYPD practices following the Sean Bell Incident (two black men and one latino man were shot at 50 times by the NYPD [Sean Bell was killed]), focuses on supporting the increased use of tasers as a replacement for handguns. The use of these weapons has been linked to hundreds of serious injuries and fatalities.

Last year police fatally tased Iman Morales, a 35 year old man suffering from mental illness. The police responded to a call by Morales’ mother, who had resorted to calling the NYPD after her son had stopped taking his medication. The incident left Morales standing on a metal box that was on top of a store’s security gate, naked, screaming incoherently with an 8 foot fluorescent light tube in his grasp.

Lt. Michael Pigott issued the order to shoot Morales with a taser which was a clear violation of NYPD guidelines stating that “when possible, the CED (taser) should not be used in situations where the subject may fall from an elevated surface.” As a result of being tased, Morales fell head first onto the pavement below and was killed. The was incident was captured on camera by an onlooker. (Lt. Pigott committed suicide shortly after the incident occurred.)

Months before this tragedy 17 year old Alexander Lombard 3rd, son of a NYPD veteran, was tasered 4 times, hit 15 times with a nightstick and put in a choke hold by a NYPD officer. Lombard suffered serious injuries (video) as the result of excessive use of force by an officer at a community sponsored barbecue in Harlem. No charges were filed against Mr. Lombard indicating that he was neither resisting arrest nor carrying a weapon. The use of the taser against Lombard can only be described as excessive and unnecessary. More HERE

There is plenty more thoughts and opinions regarding the torture and tasering of black Americans. Kathy - a DailyKos Blogger wonders: Do White People Care About Tasing? http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/4/24/724113/-Do-White-People-Care-About-Tasing

Blogger Francis L. Holland provides a history of Naming" it "Police Pre-Trial Electrocution and Execution"

Check out these great bloggers and their thoughts about the torture of black American by Taser, and what they think should be done.

Rock, African American Opinion - http://africanamericanopinion.ning.com
Kathy - Daily Kos Blogger - Do White People Care About Tasing? http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/4/24/724113/-Do-White-People-Care-About-Tasing
The Kid - Pirate satellite: A Day of Blogging for Justice - http://kid-kidfunkadelic.blogspot.com/
Wayne Bennett, The Field Negro, Major side bar and link highlighting the importance of this day.

urple Zoe - UltraVioletUnderground - http://purplezoe.blogspot.com/2009/04/day-of-blogging-for-justice-ban-pre.html

April D.
- Around Harlem.com http://blog-aroundharlem.com/2009/04/24/blogging-for-justice-standing-up-against-the-use-of-police-tasers/

PaJoyner - PlezWorld - http://pajoyner.blogspot.com/2009/04/day-of-blogging-for-justice-death-by.html

- Black Perspective.net - http://www.blackperspective.net/index.php/act-against-police-taser-abuse/

Ms. Lady Deborah
- From my Brown Eyed View - http://msladydeborah.blogspot.com/2009/04/day-of-blogging-for-justicestanding-up.html

Eddie Griffin BASG
- http://eddiegriffinbasg.blogspot.com/2009/04/gravest-injustice.html

More Links to come...

Check out The Angry Indian's blog post on When "Non-Lethal" Weapons Kill

*This article is in response and solidarity with the call from fellow Afro-blogger African American Political Pundit's call for editorials concerning the use of Tasers on not just the African population but against free citizens in general. Follow the links immediately after this commentary. Check out more of the post HERE

AAPP: Hat tip to all the afrosprear, and other bloggers who contributed to this day of blogging for justice. Don't forget to sign the online petition demanding a congressional investigation into Taser Torture in America. The tasing of our children demand that our voices be clear.

Taser torture in America- A call for Congressional Hearings -

Now we learn as black folks are being tasered to death, there are cops, who do it and laugh at the tasering and killing of black folks.

Well, a group of black bloggers are saying enough is enough, and are calling on Senator Reid, Speaker Pelosi and the Congressional Black Caucus to begin hearings on what has been called, the pre-trial electrocution of black children, women and men by taser.

In an online petition, a group of black bloggers are calling on Congress to speak out and organize public hearings on the systemic human rights violations occurring with Federal funding against black, Latino, Native American and other Americans. The bloggers say: While there continues to be considerable media and congressional attention to torture in Guantanamo, there is comparatively little attention to the mounting evidence of human rights violations in the streets of America by a number of police departments across America, including torture and killings of black children, women and men through-out the United States through the use and abuse of Tasers. We want Congress to stand up with us against the police pre-trial electrocution of black children, women and men by taser.

We believe that few Americans support spending our tax dollars on torture, which violates our moral, religious and legal traditions.

Most Americans expect an American policing policy that ensures the rights of all individuals regardless of race, greed, color, national origin, sex, disability or political or religious affiliation.

We believe most Americans would favor Congressional hearings as to whether our own U.S. police, policing policies and actions violate Federal and International laws prohibiting human rights violators.

Evidence of widespread police abuse of tasers is more than enough to warrant our concern and justify a congressional inquiry. This is a brief summary of the evidence thus far:

1. Anderson Cooper 360: Accused, arrested, tasered ...

2. Tasered While BlackBlack Voices

3. New Houston Epidemic: Tasered While Black | NewsOne

4. Michael Jacobs Tasered to Death in Fort Worth, TX.

5. Wheelchair-Bound Black Woman Dies After Being Tasered 10 Times To Death, Family Files Suit

6. Michigan 15-year-old dies after police Tasered him: CHICAGO SUN ...

7. Man dies after cop hits him with Taser 9 times - CNN.com

8. Pregnant Black Women Tasered In Ohio

9. WPD Officer uses a Taser gun on a deaf man who could not hear verbal commands

10. NC: More freestyle law enforcement death-by-Taser

We propose that Congress undertake serious oversight into the extent to which our taxes are funding human rights violations and torture by tasing, and provide an alternative roadmap to the restoration of our democratic values. We want Congress to make sure that police pre-trial electrocution of black children, women and men by taser stops.

1. We are calling on the U.S. Attorney General and the Justice Department to aggressively fulfill its most basic mandate of enforcing the law. Torture by tasing is a crime, and the Justice Department is the right place to initiate an independent top-to-bottom investigation of the torturing of black children men, women and children by local police jurisdictions throughout the United States. It's important that the general public understand the 'use of force continuum' used by law enforcement officials, and how it is abused by many in the law enforcement community. (See the use-of-force-continuum provided by the blog Electronic Village) Note: Although there is a Justice Department Review of TASER-related Deaths the on-the-spot pre-trial electrocutions continues.

2. Congress should investigate whether US police tasing policies violate Federal or international civil and human right laws, including the U.N. Convention against Torture, and international covenants against cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment of citizens even in cases of so-called “state emergencies”.

3. Congress should require the effective regulation of Taser use and require police/citizen review panels by Federal, state and local police and security agencies, including strict adherence to international human rights standards, or act to defund all such Federal, State and local police and security agencies who violate taser use regulations that would be established by Congress. No Federal stimulus dollars should be used to purchase tasers.

We ask the Congress to hold congressional hearings to reach its own conclusions regarding the use and abuse of tasers, particularly as it relates to minority group members such as blacks, Native Americans and Latinos.

As you know the UN's Committee against Torture has declared that Taser use can constitute a form of torture, while USA: Amnesty International has an on-going concern about the use of tasers on American citizens. With all the conversation about the Bush torture memos and torture in the United States, we the undersigned bring up the issue of torture of black Americans at the hands of police in the United States. We urge you to stand up against the police pre-trial electrocution of black children, women and men by taser.

Want to sign the petition 2 congress on taser torture in America- A call for Congressional Hearings Visit this website HERE

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

A Day of Blogging for Justice: Standing Up Against the Police Pre-Trial Electrocution - April 24, 2009

Hat Tip and Shout Out to the Villager at the blog Electronic Village for his recent blog post. Check out how the afrospear is blogging about the issue of the tasing, beating and electrocution of Black folks in America. He writes about A Day of Blogging for Justice: Standing Up Against the Police Pre-Trial Electrocution

The AfroSpear is calling on all bloggers to join us in a Day of Blogging for Justice: Standing Up Against the Police Pre-Trial Electrocution on Friday, April 24, 2009.

The rules are simple:

  1. Share a post on your blog focused on your concerns about the tasering of Blacks folks.
  2. Send an email to AfricanAmericanPoliticalPundit@gmail.com so that we may document everyone's participation.

He gives examples of what bloggers have been reporting on the police pre-trial electrocution:

I like the villager, and so many other bloggers hope that you will participate. Please read villager's complete post on A Day of Blogging for Justice: Standing Up Against the Police Pre-Trial Electrocution

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Fort Worth Police Tasered a Mentally Ill Black Man To Death

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Taser and kill a black man and laugh about it

What happens when you taser and kill a black man in America? Nothing! H/T to the blog, Your Black World. See the video: Cop Jokes about Killing a Black Man.

How come President Obama is open to having an independent commission investigate the use of torture during the Bush years, yet torture is happening everyday against black America.

President Obama should be open to having an independent commission investigate the use of torture against black folks on the streets of America. Black kids, women and children are being tasered to death, while black.

The fact is the UN's Committee Against Torture has declared that taser use can constitute a form of torture, while USA: Amnesty International has a on-going concern about the use of tasers. With all the conversation about the Bush torture memos and torture in the United States, It may be the best time to bring up the issue of torture of black folks by Taser. With so many deaths at the hands of police by taser use and abuse.

Cross Posted on Tasered While Black

Black Political Prisoners In The United States

AAPP says, H/T to Michael Richardson of the Boston Progressive Examiner for his Special Report on of 70's era leaders of Omaha's chapter of the Black Panther Party who are political prisoners. I wonder what the Obama administration is going to do, to review all these Black Panthers who were victims of J. Edgar Hoover political agenda.

Get this, as reported by Micheal Richardson, On August 17, 1970, an Omaha, Nebraska policeman, Larry Minard, was murdered in an ambush bombing at a vacant house. Two men, Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa (formerly David Rice), are serving life sentences at the Nebraska State Penitentiary for his killing. The pair were leaders of Omaha's chapter of the Black Panther Party. Most people assume justice was done in the case and little effort has been made by the news media to dig into the hidden aspects of the crime.

Poindexter has a new trial request pending before the Nebraska Supreme Court and an examination of the record, much of it still hidden by Federal Bureau of Investigation censors, reveals a dozen reasons to question the outcome of the trial.

New Trial Reason Twelve: The injustice of Stone v. Powell

Mondo we Langa (formerly David Rice) appealed his murder conviction for the bombing death of policeman Larry Minard. While Mondo didn't get relief from the state court system he found an impartial judge in federal court.

U. S. District Court Judge Warren Urbom heard Mondo's appeal for violations of his 4th Amendment rights. After listening to testimony from a police lieutenant, James Perry, Judge Urbom rejected Perry's account of events and found that Mondo we Langa's civil rights were indeed violated by Omaha police.

"Therefore, it is the holding of this court that the police were not rightfully on the premises of David Rice on the night of August 22, 1970, and thus all of the evidence obtained by the search of the house that night was seized in violation of the Fourth Amendment and should not have been received into evidence at petitioner's criminal trial."

Judge Urbom ruled, "Therefore, the petitioner must either be released from custody or granted a new trial free of the tainted evidence."

The prosecution appealed and a three-judge panel of the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals reviewed Urbom's decision to grant a new trial. The federal appellate judges examined carefully the police justification for entering Mondo's residence without a proper warrant.
"In fact, the testimony of the various police officers at the evidentiary hearing held before the district court strongly suggests that the police had no evidence whatever that Peak was at petitioner's house and that they were acting on nothing more than a hunch or random guess."
As for Perry's version of events, the three-judge panel was abrupt. "After reviewing the record, we find that Judge Urbom's decision to discredit this particular testimony was amply supported by the record."

"Moreover, testimony before Judge Urbom suggests that the purpose of searching for explosives was an afterthought conceived after the police arrived at the house, rather than an urgent emergency, and that they decided to apply for a warrant to search for explosives in the petitioner's house only because they had not discovered dynamite in any of the other locations they had searched earlier in the day."

"We consider it necessary to point out that the record discloses a widespread search for the suspects Peak and Poindexter which evinced at least a negligent disregard by the Omaha police for the constitutional rights of not only petitioner but possibly other citizens as well."
The appellate court ordered Mondo we Langa to be freed or retried, bringing the total to four federal judges that closely examined the case and ordered a new trial. More HERE

Monday, April 20, 2009

First African Amercian to head the Appalachian Regional Commission?

As reported by The Washington Post A Kentuckian hopes to be First Black Federal Co-Chair of Appalachian Regional Commission: "Some key Kentucky supporters of President Obama are asking him to name a well-known Appalachian acdemic the first African Amercian to head the Appalachian Regional Commission," writes Al Cross in his "Rural Blog." William Turner is the son of a coal miner in the Harlan County town of Lynch and was a former high-ranking official at the University of Kentucky and interim president of historically black Kentucky State University.

AAPP says: About Time!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Cuba and Black American Political Prisoner Escapees

Now that President Obama is calling for 'new beginning' with Cuba what will happen to all the black American political prisoner escapees' from the United States who have found peace in Cuba? Take for instance the case of Assata Shakur. Not to be confused with Cuban Political Prisoners.

Click here to get this Assata poster

Assata Shakur has been living in Cuba since 1986, after escaping from prison where she was serving a life sentence imposed in a highly disputed trial. Assata was a Black Panther then a Black Liberation Army (BLA) leader in the early '70s, so she was a target of the FBI's COINTELPRO operation. Assata was captured in a shoot-out resulting from resistance to yet another "driving while black" police action in 1973 on the New Jersey State Turnpike. This time a State Trooper was killed. Zayd Shakur, traveling in the car with Assata, was also killed.

The third person in the car, Sundiata Acoli, is still serving time over 30 years later and has recently been denied parole for another 20 years. According to one of Sundiata' attorney, Joan P. Gibbs, "Assata, at the time of her arrest, was 'wanted' on federal and state charges in New York, all of which juries subsequently found her not guilty of or were dismissed." As was later proved through medical forensics, Assata was wounded at the time of her capture by a cowardly shot from the rear, while she had her hands up. She was given a paraffin test, which failed to reveal any gunpowder residue, meaning it would have been hard for her to have fired a gun. While recovering from her wounds, she was tortured at the hands of the State Police Nazis (no hyperbole here, they were WWII Nazis brought to America). She was convicted by an all white jury in 1977 and sentenced to life in prison. Before her daring escape from prison in 1979, Assata Shakur served a total of six years behind bars where she would also give birth to her daughter Kakuya.

The following passage is excerpted from Assata: An Autobiography by Assata Shakur and was originally delivered by Assata Shakur as part of her opening statement while acting as co-counsel in her own defense for charges stemming from the New Jersey Turnpike incident: More HERE

AAPP: One has to wonder how the US can urge Cuba to free political prisoners when we have black panthers and other black movement political prisoners still in prisons across America? Let us not forget about the 'Prisoners of the War on Drugs' that resulted in the mass incarceration of non-violent drug offenders at a huge, inefficient expense to tax-payers. Let us not forget about the recent US Supreme Court decision to refuse a hearing for political prisoner Mumia Abu- Jamal.

Here is a list of political prisoners and prisoners of war who exist inside of the United States despite the United States’ government’s continued denial ... and winning amnesty and freedom for these political prisoners should be a goal of all Americans. To find out more about The Jericho Movement check out our website:
www.thejerichomovement.com • nationaljericho@gmail.com

Abdullah, Haki Malik (s/n Michael Green) # C-56123
PO Box 3456, Corcoran, CA 93212

Abu-Jamal, Mumia #AM 8335
SCI-Greene, 175 Progress Drive, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Birthday: April 24, 1954

Acoli, Sundiata #39794-066
FCI Otisville, P.O. Box 1000, Otisville, NY 10963
Birthday: January 14, 1937

Africa, Charles Simms #AM4975
SCI Graterford, Box 244, Graterford PA 19426
Birthday: April 7, 1956

Africa, Debbie Sims #006307
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: August 4, 1956

Africa, Delbert Orr #AM4985
SCI Dallas Drawer K, Dallas, PA 18612
Birthday: June 21, 1951

Africa, Edward Goodman #AM4974
301 Morea Road, Frackville, PA 17932
Birthday: October 21, 1949

Africa, Janet Holloway #006308
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: April 13, 1951

Africa, Janine Phillips #006309
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: April 25, 1956

Africa, Michael Davis #AM4973
SCI Graterford, Box 244, Graterford, PA 19426-0244
Birthday: October 6, 1955

Africa, William Phillips #AM4984
SCI Dallas Drawer K, Dallas, PA 18612
Birthday: January 1, 1956

Al-Amin, Jamil Abdullah # 99974-555
USP Florence ADMAX, P.O. Box 8500, Florence, CO 81226
Birthday: October 4, 1943

Arrow, Tre #70936-065
FCI Herlong, PO Box 800, Herlong, CA 96113

Azania, Zolo #4969
Indiana State Prison, P.O. Box 41, Michigan City, IN 46361
Birthday: December 12, 1954

Barnes, Grant #137563
San Carlos Correctional Facility, PO Box 3, Pueblo, CO 81002

Barrios, Luis #93613-020
MCC New York, 150 Park Row, New York, NY 10007

Bell, Herman 2318931
San Francisco County Jail, 850 Bryant St., San Francisco CA 94103
Birthday: January 14, 1948

Beltrán Torres, Haydée #88462-024
SCI Tallahassee, 501 Capitol Circle NE, Tallahassee, FL 32031

Block, Nathan #36359-086
FCI Lompoc, 3600 Guard Road, Lompoc, CA 93436

Bomani Sababu, Kojo (Grailing Brown) #39384-066
USP Coleman 1, P.O. Box 1033, Coleman, FL 33521

Boudreaux, Ray 2301300
Out on bail, but can be reached at:
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Bowen, Joseph AM-4272,
1 Kelley Drive, Coal Township, PA 17866-1021

Bowers, Veronza #35316-136
USP Atlanta, P.O. Box 150160, Atlanta, GA 30315
Birthday: February 4

Brown, Richard 2300819
Out on bail, but can be reached at:
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Buck, Marilyn #00482-285
Unit A, Camp Parks, 5701 Eighth Street, Dublin, CA 94568
Birthday: December 13

Burton, Fred "Muhammad" AF 3896
SCI Somerset, 1590 Walters Mill Rd, Somerset, PA 15510
Birthday: December 15, 1946

Campa, Rubén #58738-004
(envelope addessed to Rubén Campa,
letter addressed to Fernando Gonzáles)
FCI Terre Haute, P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute, IN 47808
Birthday: August 18, 1963

Chubbuck, Byron Shane (Oso Blanco) #07909-051
FCI Talladega, P.O. Box 1000, Talladega, AL 35160
Birthday: February 26, 1967

Conroy, Jacob # 93501-011
FCI Terminal Island, P.O. Box 3007, San Pedro, CA 90731

Conway, Marshall Eddie #116469
Jessup Correctional Institution, P.O. Box 534, Jessup, MD 20794
Birthday: April 23, 1946

Dunne, Bill #10916-086
USP Big Sandy, P.O. Box 2068, Inez, KY 41224
Birthday: August 3

Fitzgerald, Romaine “Chip” #B-27527
Centinela State Prison, FC-2-110, PO Box 921, Imperial, CA 92251

Gazzola, Lauren # 93497-011
FCI Danbury, Route #37, Danbury, CT 06811

Gilday, William # W33537
MCI Shirley, PO Box 1218, Shirley, MA 01464-1218

Gilbert, David #83A6158
Clinton Correctional Facility, P.O. Box 2001, Dannemora, NY 12929
Birthday: October 6, 1944

González, René #58738-004
FCI Marianna, P.O. Box 7007, Marianna, FL 32447-7007
Birthday: August 13, 1956

Guerrero, Antonio #58741-004
U.S.P. Florence, P.O. Box 7000, Florence CO 81226
Birthday: October 18, 1958

Harper, Joshua # 29429-086
FCI Sheridan, P.O. Box 5000, Sheridan, OR 97378

Hatcher, Eddie #0173499
Central Prison, 1300 Western Blvd., Raleigh, NC 27606

Hayes, Robert Seth #74-A-2280
Wende CF, Wende Rd., PO Box 1187, Alden, NY 14004-1187
Birthday: October 15, 1948

Hernández, Alvaro Luna #255735
Hughes Unit, Rt. 2, Box 4400, Gatesville, TX 76597
Birthday: May 12, 1952

Hernández, Gerardo #58739-004
U.S.P. Victorville, P.O. Box 5500, Adelanto, CA 92301
Birthday: July 4, 1965

Hilton, Freddie (Kamau Sadiki) #0001150688
Augusta State Medical Prison, Bldg 13A-2 E7
3001 Gordon Highway, Grovetown, GA 30813

Jones, Henry W. (Hank) 2301301
Out on bail, but can be reached at:
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Kambui, Sekou (William Turk) #113058
Box 56, SCC (B1-21), Elmore, AL 36025-0056
Birthday: September 6, 1948

Kjonaas, Kevin # 93502-011
Unit I, FCI Sandstone, P.O. Box 1000, Sandstone, MN 55072

Koti, Mohamman Geuka 80A-0808
354 Hunter Street, Ossining, NY 10562-5442
Birthday: October 11, 1926

Laaman, Jaan Karl #10372-016
USP Tucson, P.O. Box 24550, Tucson, AZ 85734

Birthday: March 21, 1948

Lake, Richard Mafundi #079972
Donaldson CF, 100 Warrior Lane, Bessemer, AL 35023-7299

Langa, Mondo We (David Rice) #27768,
Nebraska State Penitentiary, P.O. Box 2500, Lincoln, NE 68542
Birthday: May 21, 1947

Latine, Maliki Shakur # 81-A-4469
Great Meadow CF, P.O. Box 51, Comstock, NY 12821

López Rivera, Oscar #87651-024
FCI Terre Haute, P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute, IN 47808
Birthday: January 6, 1943

Luers, Jeffrey (Free) #13797671
CRCI, 9111 NE Sunderland Ave, Portland, OR 97211-1708

Birthday: December 5

Lutalo, Ojore # 59860
PO Box 861, #901548, Trenton NJ 08625
Birthday: August 6

Magee, Ruchell Cinque # A92051
C-2 107L CSATF/State Prison at Corcoran
P.O Box 5242, Corcoran, CA 93212

Majid, Abdul (Anthony Laborde) #83-A-0483
Drawer B, Green Haven CF, Stormville, NY 12582-0010
Birthday: June 25, 1949

Manning, Thomas #10373-016
USP Hazelton, P.O. Box 2000, Bruceton Mills, WV 26525
Birthday: June 28, 1946

McDavid, Eric 16209-097
FCI Victorville Medium II, PO Box 5300, Adelanto, CA 92301
Birthday: October 7

McGowan, Daniel #63794-053
USP Marion, P.O. Box 1000, Marion, IL 62959

Medina, Luís #58734-004
(envelope is addressed to Luis Medina, letter to Ramón Labañino)
USP McCreary, P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635
Birthday: June 9, 1963

Muntaqim, Jalil (Anthony Bottom) #2311826
San Francisco County Jail, 850 Bryant St., San Francisco CA 94103
Birthday: October 18, 1951

Odinga, Sekou #05228-054
USP Florence ADMAX, P.O. Box 8500, Florence, CO 81226
Birthday: June 17, 1944

Olson, Sara #W94197
506-10-04 Low, CCWF, P.O. Box 1508, Chowchilla, CA 93610-1508
Birthday: January 16, 1947

O'Neal, Richard 2300818
Out on bail, but can be reached at:
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Paul, Jonathan #07167-085
FCI Phoenix, 37910 N 45th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85086

Peltier, Leonard #89637-132
USP Lewisburg, PO Box 1000, Lewisburg, PA 17837
Birthday: September 12, 1944

Pinell, Hugo "Dahariki" # A88401
SHU D3-221, P.O. Box 7500, Crescent City, CA 95531-7500
Birthday: March 10, 1945

Poindexter, Ed # 27767
Nebraska State Penitentiary, P.O. Box 2500, Lincoln, NE 68542
Birthday: November 1, 1944

Rodríguez, Luis V. # C33000
Mule Creek State Prison, P.O. Box 409000, Ione, CA 95640

Shabazz Bey, Hanif (Beaumont Gereau) #295933
Keen Mountain CC, P.O. Box 860, Oakwood, VA 24631

Birthday: August 16, 1950

Shakur, Mutulu #83205-012
USP Florence ADMAX, PO Box 8500, Florence, CO 81226
Birthday: August 8, 1950

Shoats, Russell Maroon #AF-3855
SCI Greene, 175 Progress Drive, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Birthday: August 23, 1943

Taylor, Harold #1005420
Out on bail, but can be reached at: Ctte for the Defense of Human Rights,
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Torres, Carlos Alberto #88976-024
FCI Pekin, P.O. Box 5000, Pekin, IL 61555
Birthday: September 19, 1952

Torres, Francisco 2307534
Out on bail, but can be reached at:
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights
P.O. Box 90221, Pasadena, CA 91109, (415) 226-1120

Tyler, Gary # 84156
Louisiana State Penitentiary, ASH-4, Angola LA 70712

Wallace, Herman #76759
Elayn Hunt Correctional Center, 6925 Highway 74, St. Gabriel, LA 70776
Birthday: October 13, 1941

Waters, Briana 36432-086, FCI Danbury, Route 37, Danbury, CT 06811

Watson, Gary #098990
Unit SHU17, Delaware Correctional Center,
1181 Paddock Road, Smyrna, DE 19977

Woodfox, Albert #72148
Camp D, Eagle 1, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola LA 70712
Birthday: February 19, 1947

Zacher, Joyanna #36360-086
FCI Dublin, 5701 8th St, Camp Parks, Unit F, Dublin, CA 94568

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