Saturday, July 28, 2018

Mr. Hugh Hurwitz 
Acting Director
Federal Bureau of Prisons 
320 First Street NW 
Washington, D.C. 20534

            Re:       Ramiro Muñiz, 40288-115
                        Petition for Compassionate Release

Dear Mr. Hurwitz:

Ramiro Muñiz is currently detained at FMC Lexington Federal Medical Center because of serious medical conditions. Medical records reflect that he has experienced life-threatening and chronic physical and mental conditions that respiration pneumonia, COPD, atrial fibrillation, and arteriosclerosis. He is dependent on oxygen, and he ambulates by wheelchair with assistance. He suffers from delusions, memory loss, and confusion about location, time, and events 

We seek the assistance of all BOP Central Office personnel who are involved in the Compassionate Release Program, asking that the case of Ramiro Muniz be granted. Muniz is 75 years of age. His first petition was submitted by FCC Beaumont-Medium in 2013, where he was hospitalized because of pneumonia. He was later transferred to FMC Lexington Federal Medical Center, and in July of 2018 he submitted a new petition. His condition remains serious, and he suffers from delusions that continue to increase.

Muñiz needs the care of family members who maintain faith in God and love for him. We ask that you grant his Petition for Compassionate Release as soon as possible, enabling him to be released to their care. They will assume full responsibility for his medical and financial needs, and provide a home that has been approved as his place of residence. 

Thank you for your assistance in approving the Petition for Compassionate Release for Ramiro Muñiz.


Dr. Deborah Schult
Assistant Director - Health Services Division
Federal Bureau of Prisons
320 First Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20534

Mr. Ken Kyle
Assistant Director / General Counsel
Federal Bureau of Prisons
320 First Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20534                                           

Friday, July 20, 2018

New Book Announcement  

Ramsey overcame years of imprisonment
with an uncompromising love for God. 
Faith and love have saved him.


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Saturday, April 28, 2018

Maintaining Faith and Spirituality During Illness

The medical staff were of the opinion that I was not going to survive the illness I was enduring. They kept sharing with each other that I was not going to make it, but deep inside I was of the strong opinion that I was not going to die without your presence and your holding me as you always have from the first time that we met to this very day of our lives.

I would pray to God Almighty and ask Him to please keep me alive for you, for the family, and for all. I was not done with what He was seeking for humanity knowing that I had been chosen to carry the cross of freedom, justice, and love forever. 

There is much turmoil and it is all about spirituality in every part of the world. It is extremely sad, because our beloved savior, Jesus Christ, gave His life on the cross, so that we could love each other just as He loved us and continues to love us this very day. 

The time has come for us to demonstrate to God, to His son, Jesus Christ, and nuestra Virgen de Guadalupe that we are spiritually strong. We shall demonstrate to the world that in reality our time has come and we must return to God's ways and thank Him for the life that He continues to give us!

God knows that I am stronger in my spiritual beliefs, prayers, and meditations. 

Ramsey R. Muñiz