Saturday, April 28, 2018
Letter to Mail the Director of the Bureau of Prisons
Mr. Mark S. Inch
Federal Bureau of Prisons
320 First Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20534
Re: Ramiro Muñiz, 40288-115
Petition for Compassionate Release
Dear Mr. Inch:
Medical records for my husband, Ramiro Muñiz, reflect that he experiences life-threatening complications resulting from aspiration pneumonia. He has been near death several times. He also has delusional thoughts, which add to his suffering. This condition impacts him day and night. We ask God to heal him, and we seek your assistance in this matter.
Through this letter we ask all administrators who are involved in the Compassionate Release Program for their assistance in following up on the Petition for Compassionate Release for Ramiro Muñiz.
The published criteria for the Compassionate Release Program are based on age and chronic illness that could not have been foreseen at the time of sentencing. At 75 years of age, Ramiro Muñiz, an elderly man, suffers from complications of pneumonia and COPD, debilitating and chronic illnesses that could not have been foreseen. His weight is dangerously low.
Muñiz needs the care of his family who maintains great love for him. His only daughter is seriously ill. She has been in excruciating pain for over a year, suffering from complications of the uterus and bladder. She has great love for her father, and she needs him.
We beseech you and others to help in granting and processing the Compassionate Release for Ramiro Muñiz, enabling him to be released to his family who will extend love and medical care for the remaining days of his life.
We await a positive outcome and we thank you for your care and assistance!