Monday April 16th The People vs The PA Parole Board

First we would like to take the time to thank everyone that made phone calls, sent faxes, tweets, and emails on behalf of The Move 9 Sisters, as this is the first phase in our push for parole. As we had addressed earlier, Governor Wolf has indeed made changes to the parole board in regards to their members and their professional backgrounds. Governor Wolf and The Pennsylvania Parole Board have been exposed on levels in which they could not afford to be exposed. However, despite this smokescreen that’s being waved to the public, Mark Koch and Leslie Grey both still remain on The Parole Board.
The Fact that Mark Koch, a lifelong member and Former High Ranking Official with The Fraternal  Order of Police, still sits over The Parole Board and will vote over the parole of our sisters shows that by no means does Governor Wolf want to do right by MOVE. As stated, due to worldwide pressure he has created a smokescreen by adding new members to the board with no ties to law enforcement or corrections, but we see right past this and are not letting up in our fight. Leslie Grey, who has interviewed and voted against parole for our family, still sits on The Board and has to vote again over the parole of our sisters as well shows that Governor is by no means committed to change only appearances.
This past Monday was a Success that we will indeed be following up with again.
On Monday April  16th we are asking people from around the world to participate in our push for parole for our sisters.
From 9:00am to 11:00am Call The Parole Board (717) 772-4343
From 11:15am to 12:15pm Tweet The Parole Board @PAparole
From 1:00pm to 2:00pm Fax The Parole Board at (717) 772-4375
From 2:15pm to 4:15pm Email The Parole Board at
In our demands for parole we want to stress that the women are good candidates for parole and have made all of the requirements .
Debbie Sims Africa 006307
Janet Holloway Africa 006308
Janine Phillips Africa 006309
The Justice And Accountability Campaign
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