Request for Compassionate Release
  • Petitioned Kamala D Harris

This petition was delivered to:

California Attorney General
Kamala D Harris

Request for Compassionate Release

    1. Izzy Wildheart
    2. Petition by

      Izzy Wildheart

      LONDON, United Kingdom

Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer #V98513 currently incarcerated in Centinela State Prison is suffering from Stage 4 cancer with less than 6 weeks to live and is requesting a compassionate release to be with his family in his final stages of this terminal disease. Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer has Lung cancer which has now metastasized  in his Lymph Nodes and Bones.

The Warden of Centinela State prison Mr. Domingo Uribe Jnr supports this request as does the Centinela State prison Doctor and the B.O.P.

Brian Brewer meets the criteria set down in California Penal Code, section 1170 (e)(2) (A)(B

He is close to death and poses no threat to society. He is a financial burden to the State and can be safely released with no threat to public safety. He has family who will take care of him 24/7.
Therefore we humbly request that you allow Brian Glen Brewer’s family to care for him in his final months and grant him Compassionate Release.


Recent signatures


    1. Brian Brewer

      Izzy Wildheart
      Petition Organizer

      Brian was never granted compassionate Release, even though he had an ongoing Habeous and Judge Block made a 50 page recommendation that Brian should either be released in 60 days or retried, that was October 2002.
      Brian Glenn Brewer died on June 19th 2013 at 10.27 am PST in Alverado Hospital. Brian was an innocent man and we will continue to fight to clear his name. Brian at least cheated the Government out of all the years that the US Government wrongly sentenced him to.
      Thank you to everyone who signed the guestbook, sadly there is clearly no such thing as compassion as far as the US judicial system goes.
      Rest in Peace Brother, you are finally free.

    2. Reached 6,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

      • 9 months ago

      Terrorists get less time. Look at the Good Friday Agreement.

    • Heather Topping CALGARY, CANADA
      • 9 months ago

      I think he should be able to spent the last days of this life with his family,i just think it would be sad to die alone in prison without family

    • Patrick Bagley CALGARY, CANADA
      • 9 months ago

      Cancer has taken the lives of many of my family, he and his family deserve to have him home. That would be justice

    • Bennett Lorentz RAYTOWN, MO
      • 9 months ago

      A man should be with family when he departs. Doesn't matter what he has done, dieing is the ultimate price to pay anyway. I doubt that Brian is any danger to anyone at this point why not show a little compassion.

    • geno gentile FITCHBURG, MA
      • 9 months ago



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