NEW Petition to Free Lynne Stewart: Support Compassionate Release

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kalylo kalylo martinez
8 years ago
KALYLO MARTINEZ SANTO DOMINGO D.N. 13 DE ENERO 2014

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marian sunde
8 years ago
She should never have been sent to prison in the first place.

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Maria Orilla
8 years ago
She was doing her job by serving this country. She took on a case that was brought to her by former Attorney General Ramsey Clark. Please let her spend her time with the most important people to her with the time she has left. It is the least the country can do for a woman who has used her talents to serve this country.

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Jane starr
8 years ago
How is it that someone who meets all the Federal Bureau of Prisons guidelines for compassionate release for terminal medical conditions is not immediately released?? Ms Stewart has devoted her professional life to the poor and oppressed. She, of all people, should be given this compassionate release for the short time she has left....

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Kenneth Johnson
8 years ago
Her time is short. No crime committed.

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Ramon Jimenez
8 years ago
Free Lynne Stewart

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Barbara Fletcher Barbour
8 years ago
Incarcerating Lynne Stewert is another viloent act against the purpose and meaning of our Bill of rights and our Constitution. What a horribly bad example of injustice and cruelty the USA government sends to other countries/nations. But we shall not be intimidated and continue to work for Justice and Peace

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Emily Carnes
8 years ago
The law can be unjust, unfamiliar with the case, this human deserves to live out her final days with those who love her. It is time to recognize the "extraordinary and compelling reason" to let her go home.

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claire massart
8 years ago
I expect the bare minimum of human respect for the right to die in the presence of one's loved ones. And besides, isn't this government already more than satisfied with how much pain it has inflicted to Lynne Stewart? Enough is enough. Please wake up, return to your hearts.

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barbara lee
8 years ago
justice