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2013 President Commutations
Todays show is dedicated to our fallen hero, Kristin's dad, Richard Flor. Richard was Montana's first cannabis care giver and died in prison after being raided by the federal government. Special guests include, Richard's attorney, friends, family, and former patients.
Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis. Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselfes. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices. Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer (who spent 25 years of a life sentence in federal custody for our plant) and Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal). It is presented to you by volunteers, Becca Nichols, Danielle Vitale - O'Brien, Mindi Griffiths, Kristin Flor and Eugene Fischer. Regular guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420 and more!
Thank you Mr. President
It must be clear the news of release is long time coming for Clarence Aaron and others
Special guests Nkechi Taifa lead will lead in the conversation.
Dorothy Gaines - Commutation Review, International ReUnification Specialist
Vernell Douglas - mother of Prisoner Keith Biggins
Andrea James - Upper Bunkies Unit, Justice as Healing
show continued in 2014 with Ariann Armstrong - Western Center for Defense Advocacy - Getting in the Motion and Getting it All Done
Pt. 2 Taking "ME"out of methamphetamine from the beginning to now - featuering Phillip and Dixie Emmert and commutation >>Prisoner's Perspective- by Roosevelt Sanders aka O - The Plea Agreement >>
Sunday Evening Weigh In & Walk of Life Episode with the remarkable Raphael Trice. He is giving back by using his paralegal skills.>>pro se training>>Divorce clinic>>custody>>visitation>>child support and issues helpful to returning citizens>>>>News that Matters>>>>Prisoners Perspective>>>>Inclosing and Events of Interest
Why We Fight - revisiting the case of Cynthia Valdez-Shank and Walk of Life with her brother Rudy Valdez - young up and coming filmmaker >>>News that Matters - Lab In Rats >>>> Inclosing>>Remembering George Whitemore - a case from 1964.
The Collections of the best strategies, information and valuable insights to start this year. Conversation on a special commutation. The Commutations Star is Eugenia Jennings. The first and on commutation granted by President Barack Obama. The when, where, how and exactly why.
next week - clemency and pardons. News that matters. Prisoner's Perspective, 3582, 706 and 750. Siteseeing Tour bus is back.
The Obama administration has asked for a fresh review of Clarence Aaron, a first-time offender sentenced in 1993 to three life terms in prison for his role in a drug conspiracy,inmate's commutation request and directed the Justice Department to conduct its first ever in-depth analysis of recommendations for presidential pardons, according to several officials and individuals involved.
The Office of Pardon Attorney has been at the center of growing controversy since December, when stories published by ProPublica and The Washington Post revealed a racial disparity in pardons. White applicants were four times more likely to receive presidential mercy than minorities. African Americans had the least chance of success.
In 2008, the pardon attorney recommended that President George W. Bush deny Aaron's request for a commutation even though his application had the support of the prosecutor's office that tried him and the judge who sentenced him. The pardon attorney, Ronald L. Rodgers, did not fully
disclose that information to the White House.
ince 2008, more than 7,000 applications for commutations have been denied, more than 22 times the total rejected in President Ronald Reagan's two terms. Obama has commuted the sentence of just one person.
Families of clemency applicants also began circulating a petition calling on Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. to replace Rodgers. The Attorney General has full confidence in Rodgers and the work of the pardon office.
Sunday Evening Weigh In with Karen Garrison and Lawrence Garrison News that Matters and the Prisoner's Perspective by Roosevelt Sanders. These discussions are lead by returning citizens.
What this FSA of 2010 and Retroactivity really mean to the incarcerated and impacted.
Stephanie Nodd a A woman who has spent nearly 22years in prison on a crack cocaine charges, Ms. Nodd was serving a 30-year prison sentence for participating in a conspiracy involving the sale of more than 8 kilograms of crack in 1990. With good behavior, she had a projected release date of Nov. 16, 2016.
Dorothy Gaines, a single mother with no criminal record who was convicted of participating in a crack cocaine conspiracy after serving 7 years in prison was granted a commutation in 2000 by President Clinton.
Those Home for the Holidays and those that a left behind in prison. In December Mommieactivist and sons give radio time to others who want to mention people in prison, a business that does good for others in need or just a shout out to keep love and faith alive. What are you doing this holiday season?
Crack the Disparity Coalition
THURSDAY PRESS TELECONFERENCE: Clinton Commutation Beneficiaries Call on President Obama to Expedite Clemency for Crack Cocaine Prisoners
Recent federal legislation reducing the 100-to-1 cocaine sentencing disparity will not benefit those in prison
Advocates will fast and pray for justice on December 22, 10-year anniversary of Clinton crack cocaine commutations
features:Nkechi Taifa, Kemba Smith>>sentenced as a first time non-violent drug offender to 24.5, Dorothy Gaines>>small-scale crack distribution and served 6 years of a 19 ½ year sentence, Hilary Shelton>>the Director of the NAACP’s Washington Bureau and Senior Vice President for Advocacy and Policy. and Margaret love>>was the former U.S. Pardon attorney under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton
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