Commutation for Quawntay Adams (Bosco) 35 Year Sentence for attempting to possess marijuana
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The family and friends of Quawntay Adams, are urging the public to come forward and support them in their plea for the reduction of Quawntay's 35 year sentence for attempting to possess marijuana.
On January 23, 2004 Quawntay along with 2 other men (whom have already been released) Ouawntay was helping to start a van, he later found out the van was loaded with marijuana and had been disabled by federal agents, during a reverse sting operation, although Quawntay did not have the ability to see, touch, access, nor start the van in July of 2008 a jury found him guilty of possession with the intent to distribute marijuana that had been locked in the back of the van. Due to a minor drug case when he was 20 and another regrettable conviction when he was a juvenile, he was sentenced to 35 years....Quawntay is now 39 and has served nearly 11 years of this outrageous sentence which is more then enough for something he never possessed. He has a 10 year old daughter whom was born during his incarceration whom desperately needs her father home. He is an absolutely altruistic and benevolent individual, who has always promoted peace, and lived by the principle of treating everyone with respect. Like so many other at a young age he fell prey to the corruption of the streets in the inter city. To err is human to forgive is divine....
Over 60 percent of Americans believe that marijuana is no more dangerous then alcohol, including the (President of the United States) he also believe that marijuana should be decriminalized, 23 states have legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes and 2 states and several municipalities have completely decriminalized marijuana, and 3 more states are expected to decriminalize it November, 2014. Experts predict that the U.S. will decriminalize it within the next few years. Marijuana companies are currently being traded on the stock exchange, an legitimate businesses are making billions of dollars selling marijuana, so why should Quawntay and others like him deserve to serve lengthy prison sentences, for a plant....You can help by simply signing your name to this petition support of Quawntay's plea for freedom, your support is greatly appreciated.....THANKS
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