UPDATE ON CAMPAIGN
Thursday, February 10, 2011
As of today, there is no word from the United
States Parole Board (USPC). Please continue to
call-in, mail and fax letters. The USPC is
telling callers that they must write (only write,
not call or fax). PLEASE CONTINUE TO CALL, part
of our insistence on calling is to offset the
conservative and reactionary callers that are
calling every day.
CONTINUE TO FAX THE LETTERS! We have experienced,
and heard from others across different countries
that the fax lines are jammed. It often takes up
to 1 hour or more to get through. THIS IS GOOD
NEWS. It means that we are overwhelming them with
faxes! Sympathizers, activists, students and
organizers from Puerto Rico, the US, Mexico,
Panama, Australia and Venezuela have been faxing,
calling and mailing letters.
We have been told that a story will appear
tomorrow on Oscar's case, in the New York Times,
Chicago edition. As soon as we have the web link,
we will email it out. I am visiting Oscar
tomorrow and will convey your respect, love and support .
OUR ESTIMATE is that, since Oscar's parole
hearing on January 5, OVER 7000 letters have been
faxed and mailed. The USPC has stated to te media
that they have never had a case like this, with
so much activity. We need to continue to apply
the pressure! Please continue to fax, and mail
letters.! Please continue to call ONCE A DAY,
EVERY DAY, UNTIL WE HEAR FROM THE PAROLE BOARD.
We need to continue to post on your websites and
Facebook and rewet, every day is important!
WE CAN FREE OSCAR,
Alejandro Luis Molina
National Boricua Human Rights Network
2739 W. Division Street
Chicago IL 60622
Comité Pro-Derechos Humanos