Reducing the 85% rule for prisoners

Reducing the 85% rule for prisoners

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Jamhella Fondren started this petition to Missouri sentencing advisory commission and

This change will not only bring my good friend home who is innocent and have been fighting for freedom for ten years,but this is a chance to bring home your mother,father,sister,brother cousins,uncles,aunt who have been sitting and being raised by a system designed for Institutionalization.

Lets bring home our families,Our men, we most definitely need our men for protection. Think about it, a man suppose to be in a household to protect his family. How can he if he spends his whole life in prison? People change. There are many families suffering from losses due to system failure. Our young men are being took away from us at early ages, railroaded in To living and growing up in prison. Young men who have been in jail since they were 18 years old and is now 50 years old. No second chance at life? Come on people the cycle has to stop let’s make a difference and bring families back together.

United we stand divided we fall. Me, Women like me, Mothers,Fathers,Wives,Husbands, Brothers, Sisters, etc. We need our People we need Our Men I need my man who’s been in jail fighting for his innocence it’s sad it hurts to be institutionalized for all your life. To much money is being wasted on buying more and more prison what about our people living below poverty? The homeless where’s they shelter? Let’s find them shelter like they shelter our innocent men and women in prison. Stand for something or you will fall for anything.

Let’s make a difference it starts with US as a whole. Let’s open the doors to freedom for our loved ones. If you have anyone you would like to seek help for this reason there are plenty of organizations like ACLU,first step, Re-Entry Initiative,Criminal justice reform who support this cause. Don’t hesitate to reach out to your sources. 

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