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Thursday, May 31, 2018

UPDATES

Hello,

We have a few things to share......

We are working on a brand new website for information about Paul and his case, www.justiceforpaul.org 

We've also set up a crowdfunding site to help with Paul's legal expenses. It will be greatly appreciated if you could donate and/or share the link. You can also send money directly to Paul through his JPAY account.

This blog now has a Facebook page.

Thank you so much for your continued support of Paul through this long battle!

-Friends of Paul


41 comments:

  1. Howdy just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren't loading properly.
    I'm not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
    I've tried it in two different browsers and both show the same results.

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  2. https://paroleillinois.org/

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  3. Excellent, his entire conviction ordeal reads as a “how not to run a criminal justice system”, I’m Canadian, we rarely lock up the innocent, if we do they are properly compensated, and we never, EVER lock up the retarted!

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    1. Retarded? Too bad they dont lock up ass hats.

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    2. Seriously.....twinkle twinkle.

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  4. Keep on working, great job!

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  5. I done heard he is going to get transferred federal to some place called a communications management unit for all the shit he done posted on this blog.

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    1. This is false. Even if it were true, why would they transfer him now when he hasn't posted anything in 2 years?

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  6. Can he receive CD'S OR DVD'S?

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    1. No, only cassettes from IDOC approved sellers.

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  7. No I heard the same thing it’s true. Marion is where theys sending him

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    1. There is nothing to this alleged rumor.

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    2. Marion is a federal prison. Paul is in a state prison. Troll.

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  8. Ya’ll can believe whatever you want but they is shipping him out to a CMU. They going to tone him out is what they call it. My brother works at Marion and he seen the transfer paperwork that’s pending.

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    1. Impossible. Paul was not convicted of a federal crime. So he can't go to a federal prison. Troll.

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    2. While I dont believe the rumors, to be fair, state can transfer a prisoner to federal for various reasons. People have been transferred between different states prisons if theres a justification. Its not common but its not impossible either

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    3. Drew Petersen got transferred out of state. Maybe because he's a high profile criminal.

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    4. Drew Peterson was sent to federal prison because he kept trying to have people killed.

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  9. It’s not a rumor. They are transferring him to Marion CMU. Someone might might want to give him a heads up so he can at least be somewhat mentally prepared. Better that than they just show up at his cell with a “let’s go” order. Apparently he has really gotten under the skin of the Illinois Department of Corrections. Poor Paul...

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    1. There is still nothing to this rumor. He's still at Stateville.

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  10. At least it’ll be quieter for him at Marion with his autism disorder. Plus cleaner and safer and better food. And better heating and cooling. And no cellmate!

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  11. I agree! I think after Stateville that Marion CMU will be like a blessed vacation for Paul. Treatment of prisoners is SO much better in federal custody plus safety and security is way better. I think CMU + Paul’s autism = 🙏🙏🙏

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    1. The accommodations may be nicer but he'd be far away from family and friends.

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  12. I read where the Marion CMU has its own basketball court too. Does Paul play basketball? If not I wonder if he’d like to. I’ll bet he’d be pretty good at it! He’s a big athlete in prison there at Stateville.

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    1. He doesn't play basketball but he does a lot of other working out.

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  13. Marion also has an inmate bowling alley plus an indoor hockey court. I wonder if Paul might be interested in trying that out? Blowing wouldn’t be too hard on his back.

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    1. Bowling balls could be used as weapons though.

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  14. For everyone who supports Paul, please comment on his Facebook page for support. Also, any posts like the post above can be monitored before it is allowed to be posted.....

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  15. Marion also has LOTS better food. Plus, if an inmate is having muscoskeletal issues they can qualify for long term medical massage therapy as needed for pain relief. I think Paul with his messed up back could probably qualify.

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  16. Please post Paul’s new mailing address here when he is transferred to his new prison so we can correspond w him and also send him money on J Pal.

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    1. If Paul is transferred which is unlikely we will.
      His JPay would be the same link though

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  17. How about some more god damned updates.

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  18. I’ll bet Paul is getting tired locked up in Stateville. That place has to wear you down and wear you out. Each decade behind bars has to be like having another heavy anvil placed on your soul.

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  19. OMG it has too. 😢 he’s already been locked up for like as long as he was alive on the outside plus 7 years or something. Like 25 years I think. In a little cage! How horrible is that. And he could be in there for many more decades. We’ve got to get him out!

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  20. I wrote President Trump a 27 page letter two months ago asking him to pardon Paul. I got a letter back saying the White House appreciated my correspondence and that they were going to review it!

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    1. That's very kind of you but as far as I know the White House cannot do anything about Paul as he wasn't wasn't convicted of a federal crime.

      Writing to Governor Bruce Rauner is the better as he can pardon Paul.

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    2. I cc’d him on the letter too! They said they appreciated it also!

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    3. 27 pages? You have got to realize they don't read it!

      Send that letter to some news outlets instead. A shorter letter.

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  21. There is no website. It’s just a blank page.

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