Elderly Inmate With Terminal Cancer Request California Governor to Commute Sentence

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On, December 24, 2018, Governor Jerry Brown commuted the sentence of (73) seventy three inmates from life without the possibility of parole  to life with parole.  If a California inmate has a terminal illness or has been rehabilitated.  The Governor of California has executive power to commute the inmates prison sentence.  The State Constitution gives the Governor authority and executive powers to grant Patricia Wright a commutation of sentence from life without the possibility of parole to life with parole.  The Governor can send a recommendation to Board of Parole Hearings and California Supreme Court.  Recommending Patricia's sentence be commuted.  Patricia is a rehabilitated, devout christian.  She is a elderly (67) sixty seven year old, blind woman with a excellent behavior record.  Patricia Wright inmate number W79941 housed at California Institution for Women in Corona, California, has been incarcerated for 23 long years.  Patricia, currently has an urgent commutation request number COM 457-11, pending before Governor Newsom.  Requesting a commutation of sentence from life without the possibility of parole to life with the possibility of parole.  Signing this petition will help encourage Governor Newsom to commute Patricia's sentence.  Your much needed signature will enable Patricia to live her last days here on this earth at home with her family, surrounded by family members and friends who love her very much.