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Petitioning National Black United Fund Inc National Black United Fund Inc and 5 others
This petition will be delivered to:
National Black United Fund Inc
National Black United Fund Inc
NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc
Greg Worley
The National Bar Association
Karl J Connor
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
President of the United States

REFORM and REHABILITATED,inmates serving LIFE TERMS.

This petition which needs so many signatures as possible, from people who strongly support

REFORM and REHABILITATED inmates serving life terms, be placed in the electronic monitoring or furlough programs.

They need your voices to RING OUT LOUD for them as FORGOTTEN MEN.

The voice of  Law abiding, working-class,tax-paying,voters,family and friends.

As the voice of the voters were heard during the attempted Legislative pay raise, they will be heard again.

Voters have always made a difference in getting Laws implemented

And they would greatly appreciate your assistance in performing the task at hand.

This is not just for them, this is for our state and our future.
They asking you to read, date and sign.

The petition going to the House Sub Committee on Crime,Terrorism and Homeland security.

If you are able to help them, please send this petition  to your friends, family etc in and other state.

And national Official or ministers that will aid in this matter

To House Sub Committee on Crime,Terrorism and Homeland security, a petition From Eligible Louisiana Citizens In Support of the Implementation of R.S 15:550 and R.S 15:833 (b) (1)

In GENERAL
R.S 15.550, Approving of inmates convicted of a crime of violence as defined in 14 (2) and sentenced to a life-term to participate in Location Tracking and Electronic Monitoring Program.
And
Sub part (b) (1) of 15:833, authorizes the Secretary to grant Furlough es to deserving inmates of any adult correctional institution.


Both allows REFORMED inmates convicted of violent crimes as defined in 14 (2) to participate in these programs.

This would be greatly alleviate the State of its multi-million-dollar (burden) of caring for any offender who has shown to be no lonfer a threat to OUR Community.

The state of Louisiana now suffers from a $ 894 million dollar deficit and thus much of the tax payers monies are being spent on prisons and or housing :REFORMED AND/OR REHABILITATED INMATES.


Rather than affording quality EDUCATIONS to our children !

Please give consideration to this resolution.


Sincerely:


All inmates who's serving a life terms !!!!!!!!



Thank you all for signing our petition
God Bless You Al !!

 


Letter to
National Black United Fund Inc National Black United Fund Inc
NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc Greg Worley
The National Bar Association Karl J Connor
and 3 others
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
President of the United States
I am writing this letter to you on behalf of many concerned citizens in regards to the Mandates of two current Laws that are established in Louisiana Statutory Law Handbook.




Which if utilized properly, could assist the Louisiana Legislators with its recovery from the $ 341 million shortfall.

We must find a resolve to the error of log-term incarceration of
REFORMED AND/OR REHABILITATED INMATES.




The state of Louisiana now suffers from a $ 894 million dollar deficit and thus much of the tax payers monies are being spent on prisons and or housing :REFORMED AND/OR REHABILITATED INMATES.




Rather than affording quality EDUCATIONS to our children !




Louisiana has the highest incarceration rate in the nation per-capita and it cost approximately
$ 23,000 a year plus medical expenses to house prisoners serving life-terms.




As a taxing-paying citizen of this state, I strongly support the implementation of R.S 15:550
Relative to: Electronic monitoring of offenders.




R.S 15.550, Approving of inmates convicted of a crime of violence as defined in 14 (2) and sentenced to a life-term to participate in Location Tracking and Electronic Monitoring Program.




And also R.S 15:833 (B) (1)
Relative to:
The Furlough program.
Sub part (b) (1) of 15:833, authorizes the Secretary to grant Furlough es to deserving inmates of any adult correctional institution.




Both allows REFORMED inmates convicted of violent crimes as defined in 14 (2) to participate in these programs.
This would be greatly alleviate the State of its multi-million-dollar (burden) of caring for any offender who has shown to be no longer a threat to OUR Community.




Please give consideration to this resolution.




Sincerely:
All inmates who's serving a life terms.



Thank you for taking your precious time to read our letter.
God Bless You.