|Letter in Support of Parole by
VERONZA BOWERS, Jr. and the SIGN ON THE WARDEN’S DOOR
The sign on the Warden’s door:
Mission and Goalstatement:
1. To incarcerate criminals and place them in anenvironment where they can do no harm to society.
2. To rehabilitate the individual so that he mightbe safely returned to society and become a worth while citizen.
Veronza is living proof that the American Prison system can and does work!
What do prison correctional employees and others say about his rehabilitation?
Testimony of Mr. Jeffrey Bryan, Unit Manager at FCC Coleman Medium
Testimony of Ms. Cheryl Jiminez, case manager in the Skills Program, FCC ColemanMedium
Psychological study conducted by Hans Selvog of the National Center on Institutionsand Alternatives, Inc.
Mr. Bowers is living proof that the American Prison system can and does work!
Is Mr. Bowers a caring compassionate individual who has learned the real meaningand value of life? The best example is that each and ever evening he calledhis Mother to say Goodnight. When she past on two years ago Veronza pleaded forthe opportunity to go to her funeral. When that was denied, he made a CD andsent it to the memorial service so his voice might contribute to her Eulogy.
Any one who has spent a few hours in Mr. Bowers’s presence will attestto his loving, forgiving, compassionate nature. Perhaps God meant to putVeronza in prison – for he has done more goodon the inside then most people ever do on the outside!
Does Mr. Bowers have his detractors? Of course he does. But listen to theirrhetoric carefully. A quick examination of Veronza’s files under the Freedomof Information Act will attest to the fact that their accusations are false anddeliberate misrepresentations. The Fraternal Order of Police petitioned the NationalParole Commission to rescind Veronza’s Parole date because they had evidencethat Veronza had committed numerous violations of prison rules as well as arrangingfor two contract murders. The National Parole Commission had no choice but toretard Veronza’s release date and call for another hearing. At that subsequenthearing the Parole Examiner determined that there was no factual evidence tosupport the FOP’s claims and once again ordered Veronza’s release.The Federal Order of Police has now gone over the National Parole Commissionshead to the US Attorney General. They are not looking for justice – butrather for vengeance and revenge! Listen carefully and you can hear the rattlingof their lynch ropes.
Thank you for taking the time to hear from some of those who have been touchedby this man’s life. He is the living proof of the sign that hangs besidethe Warden’s door.
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