Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War

Definition of Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War:
An excerpt from the Jericho Movement Mission Statement

“They are bothers and sisters, men and women who, as a consequence of their political work and/or organizational affiliations were given criminal charges, arrested or captured, tried in criminal courts and sent to prison. While trying them as criminals, the government maintained files on them referencing their political activities, designed to insure they remain in prison. The Jericho Movement is designed to force the hand of this government as it relates to these brothers and sisters, women and men who while on the streets, made a conscious decision to organize for our freedom and liberation. Then, after making this
decision joined or became affiliated with organizations, parties, etc. that advocated and
organized for these aims. Then, as a consequence of their work on the streets, and/or
involvement in military actions, they were targeted, captured or framed and tried in criminal courts and sentenced to prison. While we recognize that there are many people who have become political after their incarceration, George Jackson (murdered in San Quentin) and Ruchell Magee (Angels Davis’ co-defendant) for example, we believe that this campaign has to focus on those political prisoners and prisoners of war whose incarceration was political from the inception. We can no longer continue to be liberal in our approach to our struggle. We must do what is demanded of us to move our struggle forward, strengthen our movement, internationalize our struggle and gain freedom and independence. While we continue to dither around these issues, we can be of not real help for those people inside the prisons and outside who have become political as a result of our work and struggle for freedom and liberation. With Jericho we are pushing for the admission on the part of the United States government that our political prisoners and prisoners of war do exist inside the prison of the United States, we are pushing for recognition in the international arena and therefore changing how the world views our liberation struggles inside the belly of the beast.
We can wait no longer, the time is now.”

See The Jericho Movement for updated addresses:

Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin #99974-555
Birthday: October 4, 1943

Sekou Odinga #05228-054
Birthday: June 17, 1944

Russell Maroon Shoatz #AF-3855
Birthday: August 23, 1943

Mumia Abu-Jamal #AM-8335
Birthday: April 24, 1954

Sundiata Acoli #39794-066
Birthday: January 14, 1937

Freddie Hilton (Kamau Sadiki) #0001150688

Richard Mafundi Lake #079972

Charles Sims Africa #AM-4975
Birthday: April 7, 1956

Delbert Orr Africa #AM-4985
Birthday: June 21, 1951

Edward Goodman Africa #AM-4974
Birthday: October 21, 1949

Janet Holloway Africa #006308
Birthday: April 13, 1951

Janine Phillips Africa #006309
Birthday: April 25, 1956

Michael Davis Africa #AM497
Birthday: October 6, 1955

William Phillips Africa #AM4984
Birthday: January 1, 1956

Debbie Sims Africa #006307
Birthday: August 4, 1956

Gary Tyler # 84156

Gary Watson #098990

Albert Woodfox #72148
Birthday: February 19, 1947

Herman Bell 2318931
Birthday: January 14, 1948

Marshall Eddie Conway #116469
Birthday: April 23, 1946

Leonard Peltier #89637-132
Birthday: September 12, 1944

Haki Malik Abdullah (s/n Michael Green) # C-56123

Zolo Azania #4969
Birthday: December 12, 1954

Haydée Beltrán Torres #88462-024

Kojo Bomani Sababu (Grailing Brown) #39384-066

Jalil Muntaqim (Anthony Bottom) #2311826
Birthday: October 18, 1951

Ray Boudreaux 2301300

Richard Brown 2300819

Veronza Bowers #35316-136
Birthday: February 4

Rubén Campa #58738-004
(envelope addessed to Rubén Campa, letter addressed to Fernando Gonzáles)
Birthday: August 18, 1963

Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald #B-27527

David Gilbert #83A6158
Birthday: October 6, 1944

René González #58738-004
Birthday: August 13, 1956

Antonio Guerrero #58741-004
Birthday: October 18, 1958

Eddie Hatcher #0173499

Robert Seth Hayes #74-A-2280
Birthday: October 15, 1948

Alvaro Luna Hernández #255735
Birthday: May 12, 1952

Gerardo Hernández #58739-004
Birthday: July 4, 1965

Henry W. (Hank) Jones 2301301

Sekou Kambui (William Turk) #113058
Birthday: September 6, 1948

Mohamman Geuka Koti 80A-0808

Jaan Karl Laaman #W41514
Birthday: March 21, 1948

Mondo We Langa (David Rice) #27768
Birthday: May 21, 1947

Maliki Shakur Latine # 81-A-4469

Oscar López Rivera #87651-024
Birthday: January 6, 1943

Ruchell Cinque Magee # A92051

Abdul Majid (Anthony Laborde) #83-A-0483
Birthday: June 25, 1949

Luís Medina #58734-004
(envelope is addressed to Luis Medina, letter to Ramón Labañino)
Birthday: June 9, 1963

Richard O’Neal 2300818

Hugo “Dahariki” Pinell # A88401
Birthday: March 10, 1945

Ed Poindexter # 27767
Birthday: November 1, 1944

Luis V. Rodríguez # C33000

Hanif Shabazz Bey (Beaumont Gereau) #295933
Birthday: August 16, 1950

Byron Shane Chubbuck #07909-051
Birthday: February 26, 1967

Harold Taylor #2305584

Carlos Alberto Torres #88976-024
Birthday: September 19, 1952

Francisco Torres #2307534

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One Response to Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War

  1. Quinton says:

    Free All the political prisoners… Special S/O to mutulu shakur free u my brother god bless

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