Saturday, April 6, 2019

advanced age sickness mandates release now

Gary Zimmerman 239885, OCI. 80 YO,
https://ffupstuff.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/gary-zimmerman-1-22-19.pdf



Parole Eligibility Date:  12/15/2019
  
Mandatory Release/Extended Supervision Date:  06/26/2054






Verdell Miles


https://ffupstuff.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/verdell-miles-comprel.pdf


Rueben G May ( 59 but ill)
https://ffupstuff.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/reuben-g-may-comprel-and-parole-story.pdf






STEVEN J. EARSLEY
361859 / RGCI, P.O. Box 925, Redgranite, WI 54970
To whom it may concern:
1.   Steven J. Earsley
2.   10/18/1953, age now: 65
3.   Date & Age at Incarceration:10/29/98, age then: 44
4.   Served 21 years to date
5.   94310(2)(d)-Burglary
940.31(1)(b)-Kidnapping
940.225(2)(a)-2nd Deg. Sex Assault 948.07(1)-Child enticement
6.   Sentence was 125 years
7.   Redgranite Correctional Institution
8.   My MR is in 2081
9.   My first Parole is 4 July 2029
10. I have completed the following:
Cognitive Intervention / CGIP 1-11(1999)
Anger Management (4/21/2000)
Mental Health I-II
Emotional Trauma program
Thinking for change
Long Term Incarceration Course
Hospice Care (4/25/2013)
13. I served--20 years in the US Army and will be housed at VA Care Home,and my two sons will also help me with any living issues that arise.
I am bound to my wheelchair with an Oxygen tank as I have COPD Lev-4 (the last level before death). I have had several heart inplants/stints and am diabetic with poor health issues trying to gain compassionate release. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
Best,
 

Ron Schilling
Scott Howard


 
 Jim Schuman
 Lester Puerner

Terrance Shaw
Ben Sanders







Carl McDaniel









Nancy Ezell-first to be released on compassionate release- Congrats!



STEVEN J. EARSLEY
361859 / RGCI, P.O. Box 925, Redgranite, WI 54970
To whom it may concern:
1.   Steven J. Earsley
2.   10/18/1953, age now: 65
3.   Date & Age at Incarceration:10/29/98, age then: 44
4.   Served 21 years to date
5.   94310(2)(d)-Burglary
940.31(1)(b)-Kidnapping
940.225(2)(a)-2nd Deg. Sex Assault 948.07(1)-Child enticement
6.   Sentence was 125 years
7.   Redgranite Correctional Institution
8.   My MR is in 2081
9.   My first Parole is 4 July 2029
10. I have completed the following:
Cognitive Intervention / CGIP 1-11(1999)
Anger Management (4/21/2000)
Mental Health I-II
Emotional Trauma program
Thinking for change
Long Term Incarceration Course
Hospice Care (4/25/2013)
13. I served--20 years in the US Army and will be housed at VA Care Home,and my two sons will also help me with any living issues that arise.
I am bound to my wheelchair with an Oxygen tank as I have COPD Lev-4 (the last level before death). I have had several heart inplants/stints and am diabetic with poor health issues trying to gain compassionate release. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
Best,
 

James Schultz
   

An Update to the James R. Schultz Case
Green County, Wisconsin, Case No. 85-CR-234
James R. Schultz 18151
Jackson Correctional Institution P.O. Box 233
Black River Falls, WI 54615-0233

   I was found guilty of 1st degree intentional murder in the first half of a bifurcated (Not Guilty and Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect - NGI) trial. This was an accident, but my counsel insisted on my entering a MGI plea.
   There was no "intent" to commit murder. I was sleeping when my wife came home. How did I know she would go into the garage first, before going into the house?
   Nancy Schultz was not dead at the scene. The first law enforcement officer on the scene did not do CPR on her. The EMT contributed to her death by improper
intubation of the breathing tube. The tube was placed in her throat into her stomach instead of into her trachea (lungs). Nancy Schultz did not die of carbon monoxide asphyxiation; she died of plain suffocation from improper intubation, a new autopsy report should be ordered and conducted, independently, by someone other than a student of pathology (the study of disease).
   I could not refute the "intent" element because it was a bifurcated trial - that evidence is presented in the second phase of trial. I withdrew my plea before the second phase began because it was an accident, period, as I testified to during the first phase.
    However, the Court refused to correct my Judgment of Conviction (the document that states my plea, the jury verdict, and the sentence) to what actually happened in Court - i.e. that I was found guilty in the first half of an MGI trial and that I withdrew my plea before the second phase began.

Shouldn't the document that holds me in prison
reflect what actually happened in Court?

Also, the following is an update of my parole actions:
9/25/18    18 month defer from  Parole Commissioner turned into a 24 month defer
11/22/16 9/9/14 8/23/11 7/29/09 7/17/07 8/2/05 7/30/03 4/23/99  from--the-Chairperson.   
     24 month defer 24 month defer 24 month defer 24 month defer 24 month defer 24 month defer 24 month defer 48 month defer 

https://ffupstuff.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/james-schultz.pdf




August Klitzka



August Klitzka 140681, OSCI
born 1955,
64
This is all we have from him thus far- have written: “a friend of mine found out that I didn’t
 have a source of income because I am disabled. He subsequently gave me your name and
 address; and mentioned that you may be able to help me out with some stamped envelopes,
 paper and pens. If you can help me out in some way, it will be greatly appreciated. 
Thank you, August Klitzka.

Ronald Schmidt


REQUEST POR SERIOUS RELEASE: CONSIDERATION
Governor Tony Evers, his transition teem and staff:
1, Ronald James Schmitt - Register No. 36239
2. D.O.B. 10/13/1943 on 10-13-2018 I turned 75 years old

3. I was 26 years old in 1969 at time of my original incarceration.I was 33 years old in 1986 at time of my current 59 year sentence: 

4. Since 1969 I've served a total of 47 years. On my current 59 year sentence I served 33 years (1986-2019) Since my sentence pre-dates the Truth-In-Sentencing 'I’m eligible for parole after serving 25% of sentence per-Wis. Statue § 304, 06(1) (b)
   I've served over twice the amount of tine (45%) set forth by this State Statue stated above.
5. 1986: Two counts of first degree sexual assault, and one count of mask armed robbery:
6. Sentenced to two consecutive terms of 22, 22, and 15 years, for a total of 59 years:
7. I reside at a medium security prison, at the Stanley Correctional Institution: I have maintained "medium-security" status over the past twenty (20) years now:
8. My Mandatory Release Date is 716/2026. By 7-6-2019, I'll have 7 years loft to serve:
9. My original parole eligibility date was 8-12-2001: Some eighteen (18) years ago:
10. In 2001 and 2005 I received 48-month. deferment: Between .2009-2018 I received eleven (11) consecutive 12-month deferments Since 2009, totaling 13 deferments since 2001: On 2/11/2019 I expect to receive my fourteenth (14) deferments with no end in sight:
11. The three standard reasons, for stamping of my many deferments follows;
 1. Past criminal history (which will never change)..
 2. Not having served enough time for "punishment." and,
 3. Release would involve an unreasonable risk to the public:
12. I have completed every program made available to me, and some not made available to me (some two and three times) while earning 94 Certificates:

Despite adversity, I survived due to my strong traits of perseverance/
tenacity coupled with virtue which means everything,1 prevailed and reached every one of my goals:
13. Last major Conduct Report on file was in 1989 (some 30 years ago). 14. I have favorable parole plans to live with my sister Judy Yates and family in Wagoner, South Carolina.

The "threshold" and factors which are significant are the following:
(1) Stable residency:
(2) Christian guidance:
(3) Financial independence, with about $8000.00 in my savings account, I've earned enough Social "Security credits to get about $1000.00 a month, and I can get VA benefits, medical, etc. And,
(4) Health Social Life Environments, with positive-enhancing leisure time activities:
My Value Doesn't Decrease Based Upon My Parole commissioners Inability to See My Worth. I pray that I won't run out of life before I run out of what time I have left to serve, so I that I can die at home with loved ones.

 Please Governor Evers don't let my success story go to my grave with me. There is no “wrong" time to do what is "right the interest of justice. .

 



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