Set free Fate Vincent Winslow, a man serving life with hard labor without parole for $20 worth of marijuana.
Fate Vincent Winslow was arrested in the Fall of 2008 for making $5 commission for delivering $20 worth of weed. The man he was delivering weed to was an undercover cop and when asked why Fate Vincent Winslow agreed to deliver $20 worth of weed he said because he wanted to use the $5 commission to buy food.
Three months later, Winslow was found guilty of selling a Schedule I Controlled Dangerous Substance. Another three months and the sentence lands: life imprisonment at hard labor with no chance for parole. Winslow will now die in prison for being tricked into selling $20.00 worth of weed to a plainclothed undercover cop in Louisiana, the world’s prison capital.
Go along with me in requesting the Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards Free Fate Vincent Winslow right away!
At the point when gotten some information about his sentence Fate Vincent Winslow reacted, “life for two sacks of weed… individuals slaughter individuals and get five years”.
Winslow’s case is a standout amongst the most unfortunate for maryjane infringement, yet it’s a long way from an irregularity. The Louisiana Prosecutor who gave Winslow’s case, Prosecutor Brown, sees Winslow’s case as a noteworthy triumph in what he calls “ace dynamic law requirement”. A framework that utilizes lesser wrongdoings to bolt up individuals whom he, and different Prosecutors, expect to be blameworthy of progressively savage violations. This goes totally against the manner in which the criminal equity framework should work.
fate Vincent Winslow is right now serving life in jail for an extremely minor offense, selling weed, a substance that is currently legitimate or possibly decriminalized in numerous states, and something that White individuals do frequently without confronting any repercussions. Winslow, as indicated by Prosecutor Brown, is additionally in prison for being associated with perpetrating different violations, which there is no proof of.
Fate Vincent Winslow, a 47-year-old Black man who was destitute at the season of his capture is another casualty of the vile criminal equity framework that is deliberately used to over-detain the Black people group.
Go along with me in requesting that Fate Vincent Winslow be liberated!
Winslow expounded on life in jail expressing that “there is no life in jail. Simply living step by step hanging tight beyond words jail”. Winslow does not have the right to go through one more day in jail, we request that he be liberated!
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