Make Your Support KNOWN for the RELEASE of MOVE people from prison!

TO THE PAROLE BOARD

We are the passionate supporters of Debbie Sims Africa #006307, Janet Holloway Africa #006308, Janine Phillips Africa #006309, Michael Davis Africa #AM-4973, Charles Sims Africa #AM-4975, William Phillips Africa #AM-4984, Delbert Orr Africa #AM-4985, and Edward Goodman Africa #AM-4974. We would like to see their case overturned or at the very least have them paroled at THIS TIME. They have spent more of their lives in prison than as free citizens; convicted of crimes they did not commit. Up until now, all eight prisoners (nine including Merle Africa who died in prison) have been surviving persecution and the complete denial of their essential liberties. This appalling situation has touched our lives and we are willing to do what it takes to see the MOVE prisoners released. We hope that you will also see the imprisonment of the MOVE 9 as a tragedy and do everything in your power to ensure their immediate release. It is imperative that the surviving MOVE members be allowed to return to their families now. We hope you will hear our words and act with all the seriousness and reverence possible for the lives of these amazing people.


With Sincerity,

[Signature, printed name, mailing address]

 

To be sent to :

Chairperson Catherine C. McVey
and Board Members:  Fox, Green,
Imboden, Mangino, Martinez
Massaro, Viglione, & White
Board of Probation and Parole
Attn: Inmate Inquiry
1101 South Front Street, Suite 5300
Harrisburg, PA 17104

(and a copy to MOVE to make sure it goes in each prisoner's file)

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Below, for sending TO PENNSYLVANIA POLITICIANS:

 

We are the passionate supporters of Debbie Sims Africa, Janet Holloway Africa, Janine Phillips Africa, Michael Davis Africa, Charles Sims Africa, William Phillips Africa, Delbert Orr Africa, and Edward Goodman Africa, the surviving members of the MOVE 9 who have been incarcerated in Pennsylvania prisons for 31 years. We would like to see their case overturned or at the very least have them paroled at THIS TIME. They have spent more of their lives in prison than as free citizens; convicted of crimes they did not commit. Up until now, all eightprisoners (nine including Merle Africa who died in prison) have been surviving persecution and the complete denial of their essential liberties. This appalling situation has touched our lives and we are willing to do what it takes to see the MOVE prisoners released. We hope that you will also see the imprisonment of the MOVE 9 as a tragedy and do everything in your power to ensure their immediate release. It is imperative that the surviving MOVE
members be allowed to return to their families now. We hope you will hear our words and act with all the seriousness and reverence possible for the lives of these amazing people.

With Sincerity,

[Signature, printed name, mailing address]

 

Send to:

Mayor Michael Nutter
City Hall
Office of Mayor, Rm#215
Philadelphia, PA  19107

 

Governer Ed Rendell
225 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA  17120

 

District Attorney
Lynne Abraham
Three South Penn Square
Philadelphia, PA  19107-3499