One of the reasons that continued donations are needed is that keeping money on the Cleveland 4 commissary funds allows them to be able to afford stamps and paper, make phone calls, and send emails -- all important to helping them stay connected with their loved ones. If you're able to, you can make a donation online with credit card here or with PayPal here. Thank you for helping them to feel support and care through the walls of prison.
After a long transfer process of moving through USP Atlanta and FtC Oklahoma City, Connor has arrived at his new designation - FCI McDowell in West Virginia. So far he is doing well with settling in at his new location, and he's looking forward to sharing more of his writing soon. Please show Connor support through this transitional time in whatever ways you're able to.
You can send Connor letters, cards, photos, and postcards at:
You can order Connor books from his Amazon wish list here.
You can make a donation to the Cleveland 4 commissary fund (which allows them to make phone calls to loved ones, buy letter writing supplies, purchase personal care products, etc.) through PayPal here or with a credit card here. You can also go here for information about making a donation directly to Connor's commissary fund with a money order or credit card.
Thank you for your continued support of Connor and the rest of the Cleveland 4.
Doug Wright's birthday is coming up soon on May 31, so now's the time to send him a card with birthday wishes or order a book for him off his wish list. You can also make a donation towards his commissary fund, which helps him to be able to buy letter writing materials, food, and personal care products.
Doug is serving a prison sentence of 11.5 years, and whether it's for his birthday or any other day of those years, it's important that he feel tangible community support -- help make sure he does!
In the last few months, the Cleveland 4 have been discussed in several interviews. If you've missed any of them, here are links so you can learn more information about the case, the current political context in which we should consider "terrorism" prosecutions, and updates about how Brandon, Connor, Doug, and Josh are doing and what you can do to support them through the rest of their sentences. Check out the interviews and share!