Sunday, September 11, 2016
Letter to President Barack Obama and Robert Zauzmer, Pardon Attorney
President Barack Obama has until January 20, 2017, to free those who have submitted a Petition for Compassionate Release. Ramsey’s petition has not been denied and we remain hopeful that President Obama will do the right thing!
Help by mailing 3 letters to support the Compassionate Release of Ramiro R. Muñiz, 40288-115. Copy and paste the letter below. Type your return address on the top and on the signature line at the bottom.
Mail the letter below to 3 people: President Barack Obama, Robert A. Zauzmer, Pardon Attorney, and Loretta Lynch, United States Attorney General. Their addresses and email addresses are provided below.
The letter below can also be accessed at www.supportramsey.blogspot.com. If you have previously written a letter, change the date and send the same letter again.
President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Email the office at https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact and scroll down to fill out a form.
Robert A. Zauzmer, Pardon Attorney
145 N Street N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20530
Email the Office of the Pardon Attorney at USPardon.Attorney@usdog.gov
Attachments should be in PDF formation and should not exceed file size limits.
Ms. Loretta L. Lynch
Attorney General of the United States
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001
Email the office at https://www.justice.gov/doj/webform/your-message-department-justice
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Re: Compassionate Release for Ramiro "Ramsey" Muniz, 40288-115
The National Political Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz was represented at the 87th National LULAC Convention in Washington, D.C. in which Ms. Loretta Lynch, U.S. Attorney General, addressed Hispanic leaders throughout the country. Resolutions for the freedom of Ramsey Muñiz have been passed by LULAC and we wait for evidence of our united voices being heard by the current two-party leadership.
We continue to wait for a decision by the Office of the Pardon Attorney on a Petition for Compassionate Release for Ramsey Muñiz, 40288-115, who is 73 years of age. He is not violent, and his conduct has been good. He is disabled, as he spends 90% of his time in a wheelchair. These are the criteria described in the Compassionate Release Program.
Many supporters recognize the advancements that Muñiz brought to Mexican Americans, Hispanics, Chicanos, Latinos, and others. As a result, he became subject to unjust suffering which continues to this day. We continue to seek civil and human rights as we advocate freedom, justice, and love for Ramsey Muñiz, Hispanics, and for all humanity.
Hispanics throughout the country are dedicated to this humanitarian cause. We support leaders who help us to pursue freedom for Ramsey Muñiz because his life matters! Thousands of Mexican Americans, Hispanics, Chicanos, Latinos, and other American citizens throughout the country are united in the effort to obtain his freedom.
We will not abandon this cause, as we do not want for Muñiz to die alone in prison. The family of Ramsey Muñiz and many other families have supported him throughout his incarceration and we continue to pray that his petition will be granted!
Thank you for any assistance that you can provide in this urgent matter. For information about Ramsey Muñiz go to www.freeramsey.com.