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Marie (Marius) Mason #04672-061
Post Office Box 27137
Fort Worth, Texas 76127
*Address envelope to Marie, address letter to Marius
Marius Mason is a revolutionary anarchist, avid community gardener,musician, parent of two, writer, Earth First! Organizer, IWW member, and former volunteer for a free herbal healthcare collective. He was an extended care assistant at a small Cincinnati school when arrested on March 10, 2008 by federal agents. Marius was convicted of involvement with a December, 1999 arson at a Michigan State University office in which GMO research was being conducted and a January, 2000 arson of logging equipment in Mesick, Michigan. Both arsons were claimed by the Earth Liberation Front. Buy Books for Marius!
Walter Bond #37096-013
FCI Terre Haute- CMU
PO Box 33
Terre Haute, IN 47808
Walter Bond is an imprisoned Animal Liberation Front activist that was arrested in the summer of 2010 for the “ALF Lone Wolf” arsons of a sheepskin factory in Denver, Colorado a leather factory in Salt Lake City, Utah and the Tiburon restaurant in Sandy, Utah which sold the incredibly cruel product Foie Gras. He plead guilty to all three arsons as well as one count of AETA (the infamous Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act). Walter received a total prison sentence of 12 years and 3 month and is scheduled for release on April 14th of 2021.
Brian Vaillancourt #M42889
Robinson Correctional Center
13423 East 1150th Avenue
Robinson, Illinois 62454
Brian Vaillancourt was arrested in February 2013 in Chicago for allegedly trying to burn down a McDonalds. In February 2013, he pleaded guilty and received a sentence of nine years. Buy books for Brian.
Red Fawn Fallis
Heart of America Correctional Center, 110 Industrial Road, Rugby, ND 58368, USA
An January 5, 2017 indictment charged Red Fawn with felony counts of civil disorder and discharging a firearm in relation to a felony crime of violence — which, in this case, is civil disorder. These charges are in addition to an earlier charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. She took a non-cooperating plea agreement in January of 2018 and is awaiting sentencing on May 31. She is still facing up to almost 5 years in prison.
#51974, Missouri River Correctional Center, PO Box 5521, Bismarck, ND 58506, USA
Valve Turner Michael Foster was convicted of felony conspiracy to commit criminal mischief and misdemeanor conspiracy trespass in October of 2016 when he entered a valve site of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota and shut the valve off after notifying Keystone that he was doing so and giving them an option to shut it off remotely. This act of climate disobedience, coordinated with other activists who faced lesser charges, shut down 15% of US crude oil imports for nearly a day – a display of the sorts of shifts that are necessary to avoid complete cataclysm. Both charges could could carry a maximum of 11 years imprisonment or 22 years total. In February 2018, he was sentenced to 3 years (2 deferred) and his projected released date is December 5, 2018.
Birthday: July 14, 1964
Michael “Little Feather” Giron
Heart of America Correction Center, 110 Industrial Road, Rugby, ND 58368, USA
Little Feather has two federal criminal charges from an October 27, 2016 arrest at Standing Rock as a water protector. In February 2018, he entered into a non-cooperating plea agreement that includes a joint recommendation of 36 months in prison, and remains incarcerated awaiting sentencing.
#20651-111, FCI Dublin, 5701 8th Street – Camp Parks, Dublin, CA 94568, USA
Nicole was arrested along with Joseph Buddenberg (see entry above) on July 24, 2015, and federally indicted for Conspiracy to Violate the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act for conspiring to release thousands of animals from fur farms and to destroy breeding records in Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. The indictment also alleges that she caused economic damage to various retail and distribution businesses and individuals associated with the fur industry. On February 16, 2017, her non-cooperating plea agreement was accepted by the judge, and she was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison (until 07-21-2018) and 3 years of supervised release.
#18729-424, FCI Milan, P.O. Box 1000, Milan, MI 48160, USA
Jeremy plead guilty to conspiracy to use his computer savvy to attack the website of Strategic Forecasting (Stratfor) as well as other conservative groups and State operators, exposing surveillance and repression against environmentalists and other activists. He is serving 10 years (until 12-25-2020).
INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE PRISONERS
Byron Shane ”Oso Blanco” Chubbuck
#07909-051, USP Victorville, P.O. Box 3900, Adelanto, CA 92301, USA
Serving 80 years (until 5-12-2071) for aggravated assault of federal agents, escape and bank robbery. Oso Blanco funneled money he stole from banks in the US to the Zapatista Army of National Liberation in Mexico.
Birthday: February 26, 1967
#89637-132, USP Coleman I, P.O. Box 1033, Coleman, FL 33521, USA
American Indian Movement activist serving life after being framed for murdering two FBI agents during the 1975 Pine Ridge siege.
Birthday: September 12, 1944
Move is an eco-revolutionary group for black liberation and in defense of all life. There are currently seven MOVE activists in prison each serving 35-100 years after been framed for the murder of a cop while their house was being raided in 1978. Merle Africa died in prison in 1998 and Phil Africa in 2015, both under suspicious circumstances. Parole hearings for the rest of the MOVE 9 now occur roughly yearly. Your support can help them get released on parole.
Janet Holloway Africa (OO6308), and Janine Phillips Africa (OO6309):
SCI Cambridge Springs, 451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238, USA
Birthdays: August 4, 1956, April 13, 1951, and April 25, 1956
NOTE: Debbie Africa was paroled June 16, 2018!!!
Michael “Mike” Davis Africa
AM4973, SCI Graterford, P.O. Box 244, Graterford, PA 19426-0244, USA
Birthday: October 6, 1955
Edward “Eddie” Goodman Africa
AM4974, SCI Mahanoy, 301 Morea Road, Frackville, PA 17932, USA
Birthday: October 31, 1949
Charles “Chuck” Sims Africa (AM4975) and Delbert Orr Africa (AM4985):
SCI Dallas, 1000 Follies Road, Drawer K, Dallas, PA 18612, USA
Birthdays: April 2, 1960 and April 2, 1944
FIGHT TOXIC PRISONS INCARCERATED SUPPORTERS
The following are social prisoners who have become active in the FTP campaign to varying degrees while locked up. While this is only a few examples of individuals, we hope encourages correspondence with people who don’t get much movement mail but deserve correspondence and support. Note: We are not taking any position on the criminal cases or political histories of these individuals, only the positions they have taken regarding environmental health while in prison.
Keith “Malik” Washington
#1487958, Eastham Unit, 2665 Prison Road #1, Lovelady, TX, 75851, USA
Malik has been actively exposing pollution in the TX prison system, from tainted water to factory farming.
#CU1126, SCI Frackville, 1111 Altamont Blvd., Frackville, PA 17931, USA
Bryant launched a successful effort to get prisoners involved with the fight against a coal gasification plant next door to SCI Mahanoy, and has since been battling water contamination issues at his current prison
#00728748, Jester III Unit, 3 Jester Road, Richmond, TX 77406, USA
Keith has been involved in legal challenges to the extreme heat of Texas prisons, and spoke at the 2017 FTP Convergence.
#W65484, MCI Norfolk, P.O. Box 43, Norfolk, MA 02056, USA
Wayland has been a point person for addressing the toxic water crisis in MA prisons.
#543266, Gadsden Correctional Facility, 6044 Greensboro Highway, Quincy, FL 32351, USA
Nancy has spoken about and organized others against the proposed phosphate mine in Union/Bradford Counties that would neighbor FDOC’s Reception and Medical Center prison.
#C-19449, CSP-LAC/A2-211, P.O. Box 4430, Lancaster, CA 93539, USA
Kenneth has been exposing the environmental health crisis accompanying CA prisons “water conservation” effort.
#92A4009, Sing Sing Correctional Facility, 354 Hunter St., Ossining, NY 10562-5442, USA
Clarence is a jailhouse lawyer working to expose toxic water conditions that may be linked to the nuclear power plant, Indian Point, which is close to the prison.
Prisoner information changes frequently as people are shuffled through different facilities. The location of any federal prisoner may be confirmed using the BOP inmate locator.
A longer list of international eco and animal liberation prisoners, as well as prisoners from other liberation struggles can be found via the Earth First! Prisoner Support Project.