Month: February 2019

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Monique Horton – First Step Act Recipient – FREE AT LAST

Monique Horton received an immediate release on February 4, 2019 due to the First Step Act. She served 184 months (15 years) and was re-sentenced to 168 months so she served 1 year and 5 months more than the reduced … Read the rest

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Troy Powell – 20 years – First Step Recipient

Name: Troy Powell
DOB: 3/29/77
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Age: 41
Raised: LENOIR, NC
Will live: LENOIR, NC
Charges: CONSPIRACY TO SELL CRACK
Sentence: 20 Years
Served: 15 Years 6 Months
Started Sentence on: 9/13/03
Release date: 2/22/2019… Read the rest

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Michael Firorito – 22 years

Michael Fiorito 05-22-1968
Caucasian
Married
50
2, 1 living
1, he is 15 & his parents were murdered just before I was arrested
Minneapolis, MN, CHGO originally
Indicted in MN
Trial
Mail Fraud, Conspiracy to Committ
22 years
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Ezralee Kelley – 16 years – First Step Act

Ezralee Kelley’s public defender has filed a motion on her behalf and is waiting for a response from the Judge.

Name: Ezralee Kelley
DOB: 02/27/1976
Race: Native American & Mexican
Marital Status: Single
Age: 42
Children: 4
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First Step Act snafu – but not for long! CAN-DO in Washington Examiner

“The recalculation of ‘good time’ credit is simply a data entry,” agreed Amy Povah, founder of the Clemency for All Non-Violent Drug Offenders, or CAN-DO, Foundation. “That should take 15 seconds.” 

The White House and Federal Bureau of Prisons did … Read the rest

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The Appeal podcast with Amy Ralston and Craig Cesal

DEBUNKING THE STORIES ABOUT FEDERAL PRISONERS DINING ON STEAK

As the government shutdown drags on, a number of media outlets–from NBC News to USA Today to the Washington Post–have run stories claiming that federal prisoners are eating elaborate steak dinners … Read the rest

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Kimberly Robinson – 24 years

Kimberly with son DeJuan

Name: Kimberly Robinson, (Kim) #64902-019
DOB: 10/2/59
Age: 60
Race: Caucasian
Marital Status: Single
Children: One son, one daughter
Grandchildren: One granddaughter 
Grew Up In: Anderson, SC
Case based In/Tried: Knoxville, TN
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