Amnesty and Freedom for All Political Prisoners!

National & International Jericho Political Prisoners

Visit the main Jericho website for a list of national Political Prisoners:

Political Prisoner Support

you can measure the success of a movement by how well it takes care of it’s prisoners

Urgent matters

Prison is always a terrible place to be – but for people who have just been arrested, convicted or who are facing medical issues, it can be a particularly daunting ordeal.  Here are a few people who could use a little extra support at this time.


175 Proggress Dr.

Waynesburg, PA 15370

Learn about the campaign to get Russell Maroon Shoats out of solitary confinement:


Byron Shane “Oso Blanco” Chubbuck  #07909-051



P.O. BOX 7000


It looks like Oso Blanco will finally get the medical attention he’s needed for some time now. Send him a card to let him know you’re thinking of him.

Check out his support site to learn more about Oso Blanco:


Lynne Stewart


FMC Carswell

Federal Medical Center

PO Box 27137

Fort Worth, TX 76127

Lynne is dying of cancer and was just recently denied a compassionate release. Send her a card to let her know you’re thinking of her. Visit her support site to get up to date info on her condition and her plight.


Thomas Manning    #10373-016



P.O. BOX 1600

BUTNER, NC 27509

Tom was active with the United Freedom Front and is serving a 58 year sentence. He was recently in desperate need of a shoulder surgery, and it looks like he’ll finally get it thanks to those that called in to the prison  to  demand he get the medical attention he deserves.

Send Tom a card and get up to date information on his condition by e mailing

GERALD KOCH #68631-054




NEW YORK, NY 10007

Jerry is an anarchist who has been remanded for civil contempt after resisting a grand jury. Visit his support site to learn more about his case:


Herman Wallace #76759

CCR – D #15

EHCC Box 174

St. Gabriel, LA 70776

Herman is one of the Angola 3 and was just recently diagnosed with cancer. Herman and all of his supporters are fighting to get him a compassionate release.

Visit to learn more about Herman Wallace and the case of the Angola 3.

Long term support

Take some time to learn about these two long term political prisoners, spread the word about their cases, and engage in discussion about what it will take to maintain support for long term political prisoners.

Marie Mason #04672-061

FMC Carswell,

Federal Medical Center

PO Box 27137

Fort Worth, TX 76127

Marie Mason is an anarchist, environmentalist and social justice activist who was convicted of arson and sentenced to 21 years and ten months in prison for acts of environmental sabotage dating back to 1999.


Eric McDavid 16209-097

FCI Terminal Island

Federal Correctional Institution

PO Box 3007,

San Pedro, CA 90731.

Eric McDavid is an anarchist who was entrapped by a government agent and sentenced to 19 years and seven months for “conspiracy to damage and destroy property by fire and an explosive.”


Don’t forget about the many political prisoners that would love to hear from their supporters on their birthday. There are two good sites to check out regularly for upcoming birthdays:

Click here to find out more about The San Francisco 8

Click here to download national political prisoner posters

Previous NW Political Prisoners & Related Cases

PCASC 9Members Arrested Occupying Wells Fargo, Protesting For-Profit Prisons


Portland, OR – 9 activists with the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee (PCASC) were arrested today disrupting business as usual at the Wells Fargo Bank inside the Standard Insurance Building. The group targeted Wells Fargo in response to the bank’s funding of private prisons and immigrant detention centers, and their connections with right-wing think tanks that push legislation to criminalize immigrants, such as Arizona’s SB1070 law. The group also staged a street theatre performance outside the bank, which was supported by the N17 “Occupy the Banks” march of around 1,000 people.


High-res photos available at:

The State Street 29 – Olympia, WA

“The State Street 29 is a group of individuals who were arrested on the night of April 8th, 2010. They were arrested at a march consisting of over 60 people that took place in downtown Olympia. The march was done in solidarity with the West Coast Days of Action against State Violence to draw attention to the fact that police everywhere are perpetuating and fostering fear among our communities. The goal of the State Street 29 Support Committee is to encourage others to view the arrestees, from the perspective of those who rely on and care about them, as loving, well intentioned, and active citizens concerned about the safety of our community.”


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