UNJAIL THE FREE! It’s almost 2021 and marijuana is recreationally legal. free the free

UNJAIL THE FREE! It’s almost 2021 and marijuana is recreationally legal. free the free

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John Virzi is currently serving a 8 year sentence for marijuana possession. The state now recognizes marijuana as recreationally and medically legal. However upon the time of Johns arrest this was not the case. If something is now legal then why are GOOD people like John being withheld their right for freedom as an American. Freedom is not supposed to be discriminatory. Every human has the right do what they need to obtain better health if it does not effect anyone else. Victimless crime is not a crime...

As we all are becoming more aware of archaic laws that were made in a time of limited research we have to ask ourselves, who are these laws serving and how is punishment served fairly. It boggles my mind to think that a human beings freedom and for most parts of their future can be thrown into a cage for a victimless crime is beyond me. It just really makes no sense. Ok now if they do break the law and then all of the sudden it is now not a crime why are they still locked up? 

John is a avid mountain biker and a pillar in the local mountain bike community. HE was a bike safety instructor at the Bike Hub in Glen Ellyn. Also he was a steady volunteer to clean up the bike trails that he so enjoyed riding and watching others enjoy. John loved the outdoors and the freedom that it expressed for him. He comes from a family with brothers and sisters that looked up to and valued johns outlook on life. He is planning on taking MBSR training upon release to better his understanding within himself and the world around him so that he will better be able to help people. He is looking forward to strapping a helmet on and flying down some trails with the wind of freedom 

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