Leonard Peltier is residing in a USP Coleman Florida’s iron cage…

 

Friends of Peltier

Leonard Peltier is residing in a USP Coleman Florida’s iron cage with a very dangerous, fast growing aortic abdominal aneurysm threatening his life.

Have you sent a letter to the BOP today?

You may send a letter or fax daily asking them to transfer him to a proper hospital capable of handling this sort of emergency.

Please, in the name of common decency and human rights, write today.

I will write, will you?

Warden Tamyra Jarvis
USP Coleman I
846 NE 54th Terrace
Sumterville, FL 33521
Fax: 352-689-6012

Helen J. Marberry
RO Southeast Regional Office
3800 Camp Crk. Pk. SW
Bldg 2000
Atlanta, GA 30331
Fax: 678-686-1229

Office of the Director
Federal Bureau of Prisons
320 First Street, NW
Washington, DC 20534
Fax: 202-514-6620

 

Leonard Peltier

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier headshot from FBI Poster - 01.gif

Peltier in 1972

Born
September 12, 1944 (age 71)
Grand Forks, North Dakota, U.S.

Ethnicity
AnishinabeDakota[citation needed]

Citizenship
United States

Parent(s)
Leo Peltier
Alvina Robideau

Leonard Peltier (born September 12, 1944) is a Native American activist and member of the American Indian Movement (AIM). In 1977 he was convicted and sentenced to two consecutive terms of life imprisonment for first degree murder in the shooting of two Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents during a 1975 conflict on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Peltier’s indictment and conviction have been the subject of much controversy; Amnesty International placed his case under the "Unfair Trials" category of its Annual Report: USA 2010.[1]

Peltier is incarcerated at the United States Penitentiary, Coleman in Florida. Peltier’s next scheduled parole hearing will be in July 2024.[2] Barring appeals, parole or presidential pardon, his projected release date is October 11, 2040.[3]

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