Release U.S. Political Prisoner Ron Glick! Investigate Montana Corruption!
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Governor Bullock, President Trump:
Do not allow your legacy to stand as supporting imprisoning American citizens for their political ideas, regardless what label you mask their detention under.
In 2003, Ron Glick uncovered sexual and physical assaults against minors by the Kalispell Police Department in Montana through his work running a youth recreations program he had operated for seven years. When he urged the youth to speak out against the abuse, he was targeted with harassment and intimidation by both City and Flathead County officials. Two days after he brought suit for these threats - exercising his constitutional right to petition the government for redress of grievances without fear of molestation - he had his step-daughters abducted, and months later his freedom stripped from him under a falsely manufactured sexual assault charge. In spite of volumes of records proving that his conviction was acquired through felonious activity to cover up the official misconduct of city and county officials, Ron Glick has remained a political prisoner in his own country since 2004.
The State of Montana is complicit in covering this all up, since corruption is largely a standard in Montana government. Three different attorney generals have presided over defending the actions of the state, with the first - Mike McGrath - being elevated to head justice of the Montana Supreme Court, effecting a control over that court that continues to deprive Ron of his constitutional right of due process. A second, Steve Bullock, is presently governor of the state, and kept Ron's application for clemency in limbo for over a year before ultimately affirming his own actions as attorney general.
Ron has been very outspoken about his status as a prisoner of conscience, maintaining a blog (http://monspiracy.wordpress.com) and even published a book (U.S. Political Prisoner Since 2004) chronicling the path by which he became a prisoner of conscience. His assets have been stolen, the courts actively obstruct his claims to them, and he is detained under the most draconian conditions the state can manage - under conditions no other detainee is held under. All because - AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS - Ron has refused to confess to a crime he did not commit and thereby exonerate the real criminals operating under pretense of government.
And since May, 2016, the very people named in his autobiographical expose are pushing to return Ron to prison for another fifteen years - specifically for content published within that very book! This makes the longest revocation effort on record for Montana - a revocation that has been "pending" for almost two years as of March, 2018 - all because the State wishes to keep Ron under an elevated fear of retaliation for continuing to speak out against his unconstitutional detention!
In October, 2015, Montana's legislature granted the power of clemency to its governor. Governor Steve Bullock - in conformance with his former duties as Montana Attorney General - denied Ron Glick's clemency after sitting on the application for over a year! Governor Bullock has the executive power to free this man held for no other reason than speaking out against the real criminals operating without consequence from behind the shelter of their elite government positions. Yet Bullock refuses to do so, since he knows that freeing Ron will expose the corruption in the state and remove any threats used to silence the full involvement of himself in covering up this scandal!
Please do the right thing: free Ron Glick (#FreeRon).
After fourteen years, hasn't Ron suffered enough for his political beliefs?
(Updated March, 2018)
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