Friday, October 16, 2009

tommy Introduces himself

Mr Tommy Green #312342
Louisiana State Penitentiary
Angola, Louisianan, 70712

Black Man Attempting to Save a White Woman From Being Raped Resulted in Him Being Charged For the Crime and Sentenced to Life Imprisonment

Hi, my name is Tommy Green, I am presently 41 years old. I am 5'9", with brown eyes, black hair, muscular built, and I have a life sentence.

I want to share my story with you, in hopes that it would attract someone who cares enough about justice to help the innocent. However, rather than allege my innocence, I would allow the facts of my case speak for themselves, and let you decide.

Remember, not only has my constitutional and other rights been violated, but in effect, yours have too, because we both share the same system of justice and the next victim of injustice could be you, unless, something is done about it.

If you are interested and would like to hear more about my case, then please write me at: Mr. Tommy Green, DOC # 312342; Louisiana State Penitentiary; Angola, Louisiana, 70712.

What is needed: At this time Tommy Green is trying to obtain enough funds so he can so can get DNA testing done to prove his innocence and hire an attorney. We have a legal defense fund and are a 501c3 organization so your donations will be tax deductible.

For more information, contact Tommy Green at the address above or email FFUP at and we will forward your question to Mr Green.

If you would like to donate, Send funds to :
FFUP (Forum for Understanding Prisons)
PO Box 285
Richland Center, Wi 53581
Make checks out to FFUP and write "For Tommy Green defense" on line at bottom left.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sorry Tommy,
You and a million others in prisons all over the world are supposedly innocent. Somebody's guilty. Your story is too far fetched and I belive you to be guilty. You will only have peace and true freedom when you admit to others your guilt, otherwise the more you protest the greater your prison is. It doesn't matter if you are in prison or not, you will be in a prison in your own mind, of your own creation.
I hope God gives you the grace to be man enough and admit you did wrong, get some help and get on with your life. Otherwise you will offend again and be back in a cage.