To: President Obama

President Obama PARDON ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS TODAY

President Obama PARDON ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS TODAY

Dear President Obama,

Before you hand over power when your term expires here is a partial list of Political Prisoners who also deserve a Presidential Pardon.

Their pardons would help heal a very sad chapter in U.S. history; and it's likely for many, if not all of them, that this is their last chance at freedom. (One of them was pardoned this week).

1. Mumia Abu-Jamal; incarcerated over 30 years now.
2. Charles Sims Africa; incarcerated over 35 years now.
3. Sundiata Acoli; incarcerated over 40 years now.
4. Debbie Sims Africa; incarcerated over 35 years now.
5. Ed Poindexter; incarcerated over 40 years now.
6. Edward Africa; incarcerated over 30 years now.
7. Janine Africa; incarcerated over 35 years now.
8. Janet Holloway Africa; incarcerated over 35 years now.
9. Michael Davis Africa; incarcerated over 35 years now.
10. Zolo Azania; incarcerated over 30 years now.
11. Hanif Shabaz Bey; incarcerated over 40 years now.
12. Romaine Chip Fitzgerald; incarcerated over 45 years now.
13. Joseph Bowen; incarcerated over 40 years now.
14. Herman Bell; incarcerated over 40 years now.
15. Fred Mohammad Burton; incarcerated over 40 years now.
16. Veronza Bowers; incarcerated over 40 years now.
17. Byron Chubbuck; incarcerated over 15 years now.
18. Jamil Al-Amin; incarcerated over 10 years now.
19. David Gilbert; incarcerated over 30 years now.
20. Bill Dunne; incarcerated over 35 years now.
21. Robert Seth Hayes; incarcerated over 40 years now.
22. Richard Mafundi Lake; incarcerated over 30 years now.
23. Larry Hoover; incarcerated over 30 years now.
24. Oscar Lopez; incarcerated over 30 years now [Just Pardoned]
25. Jaan K. Laaman; incarcerated over 33 years now.
26. Alvaro Luna Hernandez; incarcerated over 20 years now.

Readers please call the President and urge him to Pardon all political prisoners. The White House (202) 456-1414.

Why is this important?

Because they are political prisoners including MOVE Members who survived a bombing by the Philadelphia Police Department. Pardoning political prisoners will start a healing process that the country badly needs today.