Clemency for Ross Ulbricht, Serving Double Life for a Website

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Eric Olzinski
6 hours ago
In my opinion that’s bullshit.

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Torrance Miller
8 hours ago
He should not be incarcerated.

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Jim Richardson
17 hours ago
He shouldn't be in jail in the first place, but the sentence was unjust, draconian, and blatantly unconstitutional.

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Ethan Webb
2 days ago
Free DPR & fuck the federal government

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Lisa Blessett
3 days ago
This young man has already served 8 years for this victimless crime of creating a website where others could buy & sell things?! This is a serious miscarriage of justice imo! He should be released immediately.

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Ryan Pearce
3 days ago
Its the right thing to do.

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Shane O'Keeffe
3 days ago
Free Ross or arrest the creators of eBay, Craigslist, etc and give them the same sentences! Thank you Luke for bringing this to peoples attention!

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Kellen Smith
3 days ago
Ross is nonviolent. The supposed crime he committed does not warrant a double life sentence. This is very cruel and unusual punishment.

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Kristoffer Frisell
3 days ago
This is the most fucked up story I have ever heard. This sentence is a crime against humanity, democracy and all things I can ever think of. WTF!

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laura currie
3 days ago
I think the sentences heavily outweighs the crime. He didn't hurt anybody, we all should have the ability to purchase things albeit not some of what was available. I need drugs that could really help me heal from covid and I can't get a hold of them due to the UK not prescribing them and I believe this would of been a way to be able to advocate for myself.