Gathering Signatures for the Pardon of Nathan Mizrahi (LSM)

Gathering Signatures for the Pardon of Nathan Mizrahi (LSM)

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Michael Srda started this petition to Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker and

Your Excellency, Governor Charlie Baker:

We the undersigned, respectfully urge you to grant a pardon to Nathan Mizrahi, currently incarcerated at the Berkshire Corretional Facility in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

In November of 2017, intending to go to a free speech event in Boston, Mr. Mizrahi entered the state of Massachusetts with a small arm weapon. Although Mr. Mizrahi held a concealed weapons permit issued by the state of New York, for which he underwent appropriate training, a full background check, a criminal record check, and waited until the proper New York authorities completed their review prior to issuing him the permit, he was arrested in Boston, charged with three felony counts related to carrying his concealed weapon, and subsequently, on April 5, 2019, convicted and sentenced to an eighteen month mandatory sentence.

Nathan Mizrahi is a loving father of seven children and a most respected and admired person, who has made a positive impact on the lives of many people. He is thoughtful and generous, and his commitment to fairness and equality of all persons is exemplary. Mr. Mizrahi has participated in helping people and communities in need, as exemplified by assisting, in the recent past, those in flooded areas of the country by acquiring and arranging transportation of much needed relief supplies, by volunteering at the local VA Hospital and providing service animal time to veterans with PTSD, by training and donating service dogs to veterans, among other kind activities. In short, Nathan Mizrahi is noted for his welcoming attitude and compassionate demeanor, and deserving ofyour pardon.


Governor Baker, your wisdom and humanitarian act of granting Nathan Mizrahi a pardon will give him the opportunity to resume his acts of service, kindness and generosity to others and place him back on the course of raising his children and positive contribution to society.

 

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