The John Greschner Defense Committee/The Prison Educational Foundation
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The John Greschner Defense Committee/The Prison Educational Foundation

    1. Roxanne Greschner
    2. Petition by

      Roxanne Greschner

      Santa Rosa, CA

 

The picture you see here is one of my husband when he was being housed at the Florence Colorado ADX before we got married he sent me this picture and told me that every mountain is climable. I certainly hope so, please sign his petition. Namaste! Roxanne

This petition is important because it address the issue of Torture in US Prisons.

This organization accepts donation, and is a grass roots organization.

https://www.wepay.com/donations/the-john-greschner-defense-committee_1 

 

 

The John Greschner Defense Committee/The Prison Educational Foundation

 

This committee is dedicated to freeing prisoners who 

have been incarcerated for more than 20 years. Both Federal and State justice system hand out sentences that are unjust and need to be reduced. All of these prisoners are asking for clemency and pardons, and/or commutations. except for the State Prisoners. They are asking for sentence reductions and freedom. We are asking for their freedom. Also my husband John needs letters written for compassionate release and so do others on this list. Please send in your letters of support for their freedom to the officials listed below. You may also write letter of support to the attorney at the National Prison Project listed below.

 

President Barack Obama

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

 

Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Complaints

Office of the Inspector General

U.S.Department of Justice

950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Room 4706

Washington, D.C.

20530

 

Thomas Kane, Acting Director

Federal Bureau of Prisons

E-Mail: info@bop.gov

Web Site: www.bop.gov

Phone: (202) 307-3198

Fax: (202) 514-6620

Address: 320 1st Street, NW

Washington, DC 20534 

 

Kathleen M. Kenney

Assistant Director/General Counsel,

Federal Bureau of Prisons

320 First St. NW,

Washington, DC 20534

 

Morris L. Thigpen, Sr..

Director National Institute of Corrections

320 First St. NW,

Washington, DC 20534

 

Attorney General Eric Holder

U.S. Department of Justice

950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20530-0001

 

US Pardon Attorney

Roger C Adams

500 First Street NW Suite 400

Washington DC 20530

Phone: (202) 616-6070

 

Human Rights Watch

350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor

New York, NY 10118-3299

USA

Tel: 1-(212) 290-4700

 

US State Department

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

2201 C Street, NW

Washington, DC 20520

 

Fax number: 1-202-647-2283 

Phone number: 1-202-647-4000

 

U.S. Department of Justice - Civil Rights Division

950 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

Special Litigation Section, PHB

Washington, DC 20530

(202) 514-6255 - Fax: (202) 514-6273 or (202) 514-0212

 

National Prison Project

Elizabeth Alexander

Attorney at law

915 15th Street

N.W. 

Washington, D.C 20005-2112

 

 We need sponsors and  Donations. Please send donations for printing legal materials to be sent in to the prisoners. and for photo copying the materials for the prisoners and to assist us as a grass roots organization.

 

The address of the Committee is 

Roxanne D. Greschner

PO Box 3256 

Santa Rosa, CA 95402

 

Please make donations pay able to Roxanne D. Greschner

PO BOX 3256

Santa Rosa, Ca 95402 

John Greschner has been incarcerated for 44 years and has been tortured at the hands of a repressive regime that has stolen his life. Since the time in his life when he was housed at USP Marion Ill and tortured there, he has done much to better himself and other prisoners. He and many other Prisoners have suffered years of abuse, such as medical neglect. His friends have all been harmed by the same type of treatment while being housed by the FBOP and State prison systems.  John is being housed in a State prison facility. The address listed below is  where he is being housed. Please send John some stamps he needs some.  And envelopes and writing paper

Governors Office is 1916-445-2841 please call and express your concern for his health and well being.  Sara Malone is the Ombudsman for the facility where John is being house at. 

 

Sara Malone

Chief Ombudsman

Corcoran State Prison

California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility (SATF)

Sara.Malone@cdcr.ca.gov

(916) 327-8467

 

Above is the phone number of the Ombudsman for John and his institution and for the State of California. If anyone would like you can call and leave a message and email her about how he is being treated. You can send mail to him through the BOP.  Or you can send letters to him though me, I am his wife. The committee address is where to send them.

 

John Greschner federal Reg 02550-135

CCM SACRAMENTO

COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS OFFICE

501 I STREET, SUITE 9-400

SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

 

 Please send Stamps for John I will forward them to him. I just sent him a book so he can write to people.

 The funds for federal prisoners will not work for John here. You must send them to the committee and I will send them to him. I am his wife.

He is being housed in a State prison.

 

Federal Prisoners

Federal Bureau of Prisons


Insert Valid Committed Inmate Name
Insert Inmate Eight-Digit Register Number

      Post Office Box 474701

 

    Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001
    Address for funds for federal prisoners

 

 

National Prison Project

Elizabeth Alexander

Attorney at law

915 15th Street

N.W. 

Washington, D.C 20005-2112

 

There are many other prisoners who we will put on our list to free at a later date. These prisoners are now on our list to aid in their freedom. Send them funds The location of these Federal Prisoners can be obtained at www.bop.gov -click on to the inmate locator and type in their Federal Reg Their current addresses are

 

Robert Hanssen, Federal REG 48551-083

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTiARY

P.O .BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO.

81226

 

Bradley Manning 89289

830 Sabalu Road

Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027

 

Edgar Hevle Federal Reg 13950-116

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTIARY

PO BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO 81226

 

Tyler Bingham Federal Reg 03325-091

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTIARY

PO BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO 81226

 

Barry Byron Mills Federal Reg 14559-116 

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTIARY

PO BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO 81226

 

Tommy Silverstein Federal Reg 14634-116

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTIARY

PO BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO 81226

 

The United States holds tens of thousands of people in long-term solitary confinement, but the case of Tommy Silverstein is perhaps the most extreme. He has been kept in isolation for the last 27 years, more than anyone else in the federal prison system. Laura Rovner, a law professor at Denver University, represents Silverstein, 58, in his case to have his treatment recognised as “cruel and unusual punishment” under the US constitution.

 

Jeffrey MacDonald Federal reg. 00131-177

FCI CUMBERLAND
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 1000
CUMBERLAND, MD  21501

 

Dr. Jeffrey R. MacDonald

Dr. Jeffrey R. MacDonald was falsely convicted in August, 1979 of the murder of his wife, Colette, and two young daughters (5 year old Kimberley, and 2 year old Kristen MacDonald) in a bloody and grisly satanic style murder scene that took place in their home in the early morning hours of Feb. 17, 1970 on Ft. Bragg Army base in North Carolina. The murders were committed by a local satanic cult of drug users (referred to as "hippies" in the newspapers at the time) which included five active duty enlisted army men who had targeted the MacDonald family because Dr. MacDonald was perceived by this group of drug users as a "snitch"; as MacDonald was adhering to the base commander's new policy of reporting the names of Army personnel who were being admitted to the Emergency Room for overdosing on heroin or other serious drugs .One of those cult members (Greg Mitchell) had even threatened a pregnant Colette MacDonald, Jeff's wife, at the Ft. Bragg college learning center where she was taking a course in psychology, on the very evening before her murder.

 

The Army CID

Investigators from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division (CID), from the very beginning of their 'investigation' of the crime scene at the MacDonald home, were intent on setting up MacDonald to take the fall for the killings. It wasn't until some years later that the reasons behind the CID's mishandling of the crime scene, their concealment of key evidence (that would have proven the presence of other people in the MacDonald home at the time of the murders), and their "losing" of physical evidence under their control (which would have allowed MacDonald to establish his innocence), would begin to emerge.

 

Initially, MacDonald was exonerated of all charges following a long (nearly four months) Article 32 military hearing in the Summer of 1970. While the CID was trying their best to hang the murders on MacDonald, the fortuitous presence and oversight of a straight shooting Army hearing review officer by the name of Colonel Warren V. Rock saw through the devious machinations of the CID investigators and declared MacDonald innocent of the charges. Rock ruled that the CID charges against MacDonald were simply "nor true". But MacDonald made the mistake of publicly lambasting the vendetta prone CID investigators during an interview on the Dick Cavett television show in December of 1970 and that set in motion a decision to go after MacDonald with all of the advantage, might, and authority available to government prosecutors.

 

Despite the utter lack of legal authority and a violation of the Posse Commitatus Act, the same Army CID investigators who tried to frame MacDonald at the Article 32 Army hearing now launched into a 're-investigation' of MacDonald; following him into civilian life after he was discharged from the Army. This eventually led to a 1975 indictment and a 1979 jury trial (spearheaded by ex-CID investigator turned US Justice Department prosecutor Brian Murtaugh and North Carolina state prosecutor James Blackburn) that resulted in a conviction for MacDonald and the imposition of three consecutive life term sentences (the death penalty was outlawed at the time). Attorneys Alan Dershowitz and Harvey Silverglate have called the MacDonald railroading one of 'the worst cases of prosecutorial misconduct' in the history of United States jurisprudence.

Ziyad Yaghi 51771-056
USP COLEMAN II
U.S. PENITENTIARY
P.O. BOX 1034
COLEMAN, FL 33521

Ziyad Yaghi is an Arab American who traveled to Jordan in 2007 to visit family members when he was 19 years old. After coming back from his trip (two years or more) he was arrested for conspiracy and material support. How can a simple trip my son took overseas amount to this? He has been incarcerated for two years now awaiting trial! This profiling of Muslim people needs to stop! We are a normal American family who lived a normal American life. Ziyad is innocent.

Ronald Crowder Federal reg 34303-118

USP Colman 2

US Penitentiary

P.O. Box 1034

Colman, Fl.

33561

 

Leonard Peltier 89637-132

USP COLEMAN I

U.S. PENITENTIARY

P.O. BOX 1033

COLEMAN, FL  33521

 

Leonard Peltier can only receive money and not stamps. He is a prisoner who survived USP Marion Ill. And the torture that happened there. Please send him money and please write letters to representative in the State of PA where Leonard is located as well as the London office of Amnesty International listed below. Please write to and say action requesting that "the funds for victims of torture (an international effort to assist third world victims of gov torture) be utilized to assist with medical, psychotherapy and recovery in the case of the Native American, Leonard Peltier that this request is based upon the documented incidences of gov employed tortures spanning 30 years of incarceration and documented in State and Federal investigations and the current and past denials of medical care by prison officials. Please write to

 

Pilar Gimeno 

Amnesty International

International Secretariat

1 Easton Street

London, WCIXO DW

United Kingdom

 

Oscar Lopez-Rivera 87651-024 

FCI TERRE HAUTE

FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

P.O. BOX 33

TERRE HAUTE, IN 47808

 Born in San Sebastián, Puerto Rico on January 6, 1943, López Rivera was a part of the massive migration of islanders in the 1950s, and settled in Chicago. By the advent of the Vietnam War, he was drafted into the military and earned a Bronze Star for bravery. Like many other servicemen of color who returned to their communities, he witnessed extreme forms of poverty, substance abuse, and other manifestation of racism and inequality. This motivated López Rivera to organize other community activists and build institutions, initiatives, and programs that still exist today, like the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School, and the Latino Cultural Center at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Furthermore, he advocated for fair housing, bilingual education, and an end to police brutality and racist practices in public utilities. Following the international spirit of the times, by the mid-1970s he joined a guerilla organization to step up the pressure on the U.S. government to address the colonial question of Puerto Rico.

 

By 1981, he and other alleged members of the organization were arrested for seditious conspiracy to overthrow the U.S. government in Puerto Rico and were sent to prison with disproportionate sentences. All but two of his compatriots were released by 1999 due to an international campaign that persuaded President Bill Clinton to offer them clemency. The remaining two were released on parole. Oscar López Rivera remains in prison despite, like his fellow prisoners, denying being a part of any acts that killed or injured anyone. More importantly, he was never charged with such actions.

Bill Dunne 10916-086 

USP POLLOCK

U.S. PENITENTIARY

P.O. BOX 2099

POLLOCK, LA  71467

 

David Correa Fed reg 03627-068

Federal Correctional Complex

P.O. Box 1032 Medium

Coleman, Florida 33521

 

George Martorano 12973-004

FCI COLEMAN MEDIUM

FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION

P.O. BOX 1032

COLEMAN, FL 33521

 

John Perotti 39656-060

USP Canaan

PO BOX 300

Waymant, PA 18472

 

MICHAEL PATRICK MCELHINEY

 

  Federal reg 04198-097

 

USP FLORENCE ADMAX

U.S. PENITENTIARY

PO BOX 8500

FLORENCE, CO 81226

 

State prisoners

 

Colin Anditon, H11073. 

PO Box 5104. 

Delano. Ca. 93216

 

Colin has serious medical issues not being attended to and I have written to receivership in Ca. I await reply. Eye injury caused by beating Torn Retina. needs laser surgery to correct. as yet not been done. Eye specialist diagnosed injury caused by blunt force trauma.Colin is already blind in other eye from childhood caused by optical nerve damage. If left untreated he may well go blind.  Colin was beaten at  Salinas Valley State Prison.  His family lives in the UK and can not visit him.  Please call every one you can to help this young man.  Also, Colin is innocent of the crime he is in prison for.   Please protest this.

 

Colin had his laser surgery to re attach retina, sadly the white flashing spots in the vision and the painful pressure like the right eye is being pushed forward are permanent damage as a result of blunt force trauma caused by guards in the excessive force beating September 2009 at SATF.

 Colin Anditon has applied for Prisoner Transfer to serve remainder of his sentence in United Kingdom prison. UK have accepted him on numerous occasions. California keep blocking it. Please call governor Jerry Brown and urge him to intercede. His case will be ready to go for review January 2012.

 

Neison Gonzalez

FQ0274

SCI Huntington

1100 Pike Street

HUNTINGDON PA 16654_1112

 

To who my concern
,

I’m a mom of lifer. My son, Neilson Gonzalez was convinced of conspiracy to commit murder he did not do. He was charged with the crime in 2001. Since his incarceration, for past 13 years, Neilson, has been moved from prison to prison and has been abused. I live in NYC I drove too, PA, after I drove too the prison on Sunday, Mothers Day, May 2007, my visit were suspend for life and I was told I would never see my son again. 
My son has been in the RRL for 7 years now, 23 hour a day lock down, and not allowed contact from outside world with the lights on 24/7. Prison officials have ignored my requests for a visit and will not tell me if my son's health or well being is really ok.

 

Clinton Young 999447

Polunsky Unit DR

3872 FM 350 South

Livingston TX 77351

 

Clinton is on Death Row Please write our President and ask him to commute this death sentence. We believe this man to be innocent.

 

Anthony Medina 999204

Polunsky unit, D/row

3872 FM 350 South,

Livingston, Texas 77351

USA 

 

Anthony is also on death row. We believe that he is innocent. Please write to our President and ask him to commute his death sentence.

 

Jeff Weisheit #233-190

Toledo Correctional Institute 

PO BOX 800033

Toledo, Ohio 43608

 

Dustin A Turner # 1091591 

Powhatan corrctional center

State Farm, VA 23160

 

KARL LOUIS GUILLEN # 77614

ARIZONA STATE PRISON COMPLEX EYMAN

SMU I

P.O. BOX 4000

FLORENCE – ARIZONA 85132 - 4000

U.S.A

 

Shawn C. Reynolds

D10250/ C9-223

PO Box 7500

Crescent City, Ca 95532-7500

 

Michael Brown

H99023/ D8-122

PO Box 7500

Crescent City, Ca 95532-7500

 

JOHN CASTILLO JR.

1045776

GEO FACTILY

4000 N. 10TH. ST.

BRIDGEPORT,TEXAS 76426

 John Robert Cline

#071101

ASPC-LEWIS-BARCHEY

P O BOX 3200

Buckeye, Az 85326 

 Mumia Abu-Jamal, A8335, 

175 Progress Drive
Waynesburg, Pa. 15370.


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Recent signatures

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    1. Reached 750 signatures
    2. Ronald Del Raine died this week in a prison cell he was 83 years old.

      Roxanne Greschner
      Petition Organizer

      They will know that we need more signatures for the rest of the men to be freed.

    3. Leonard Peltier has been moved

      Roxanne Greschner
      Petition Organizer

      More information to follow

    4. Leonard Peltier

      Roxanne Greschner
      Petition Organizer

      Leonard Peltier has been moved. I will change his location when he get to the next place the feds send him.Namaste!

    5. Letter to White House

      Roxanne Greschner
      Petition Organizer

      I faxed a letter to my local Congress person and her office told me that they faxed it to the White House. The Letter was one that I wrote for John that was never received. It was sent several weeks ago. The White House got the letter.

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      • 25 days ago

      we need to help all people we can no matter the problem always we can help

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      • about 1 month ago

      to take back the 85 percent and the immates.

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      • 3 months ago

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    • Roxanne Mischke VICTORVILLE, CA
      • 7 months ago

      This is important to me because my fiance, but in Gods and our eyes we are married. He has benn incarcerated over 20 years for a crime he did not commit. We the family and i know he should not have been convicted, he should be home.

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    • Diana Sawyer VICTOR, MT
      • 8 months ago

      I have a friend doing 30 years in FBOP

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