Sunday, March 28, 2010

Justice for All

Elyssa Durant

On Sunday 28th March 2010, @ElyssaD said:

(In reply to)


Thank you for your insight. I have not read the letter since I wrote in the wee hours of the morning. And yes, it was recalling a very awful experience. You ha asked what happened when I first stared talkng about, and I told you I was put in restraints and pumped full of haldol. It is worth noting, I am allergic to haldol. That came a direct threat, if I don't stfu, it would happen again. So there are different kinds of prisons. And that secret I help was a prison for me. There were certain facts about the case of Mumia that only recently have become publc. Facts that I have aware of for many years. The purpose for the letter, was to make a statement, that injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere. And sometimes people are not what you expect. I could have remained silent, and maybe I would those little luxuries in life, like a television, or a radio rather than having stripped of all my belonging in an effort to intimdate me into a world of silence. I made a choice. And I lucky to have fiends like you and a few others who understand, there are some things in life you sinply do not compromise. Thank you, Mike, always. Elyssa

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