Salutations. I want to sincerely thank all of you who supported me in my quest for liberation. From all across the United States and across the world- from countries like Japan- Great Britain- New Zealand- Germany- Canada- from the continent of Africa you all joined voices and in the unification of the human family for one goal- to exact justice for Le’Taxione- you caused my case to be heard- and I’m happy to report that on December 11, 2015- almost 19 years after this injustice- my case was heard and I was granted justice. I WILL BE RELEASED IN 2016!
This is not the end. On the contrary this is the beginning of the fight to end gang violence in our communities- to demonstrate that Black Lives Matter- to expand the conversation on systemic racism and how it adversely affects both black and white persons- and to effectively combat mass incarceration- but what’s most imperative is that we address- immediately and strategically- the fact that women and their rights and issues- are not being adequately addressed and that this fact impedes the progress of not only America but humanity as a whole. For when the woman is not held in the highest esteem humanity hasn’t the chance to effloresce. I look forward to working with you who advocate- agitate- and demand change.
Thank you again for your unwavering support.