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"ZEKE" HARRIS Remembered
ONE OF THE MOST HEINOUS CRIMES
COMMITTED IN THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND

 

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LETTERS OF PETITION TO PAROLE BOARD
LETTERS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO:


RHODE ISLAND PAROLE BOARD
40 HOWARD AVENUE
CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 02920

INSIDE GREETING SHOULD READ — DEAR MEMBERS OF THE PAROLE BOARD

Letters can be typed or hand written and mailed by May 26, 2017 for consideration at the June 5th Parole Hearing for James "Jamie" Hughes, III.

Letters should reflect why you as a citizen of Rhode Island, are opposed to the parole of James "Jamie" Hughes, III.

Letters can include but need not be limited to the following suggested topics:

Why his release personally concerns you and your safety. In addition to his track record for violence, he has incurred infractions while being housed at the ACI and prisons in Massachusetts demonstrating an unwillingness and inability to be rehabilitated. His lack of remorse and violent nature stemming from his own relationships with family members, his peers, and persons unknown to him.

He is currently incarcerated in a Massachusetts state prison.

He is callous disregard of human life should deny him the privilege of a place in our society. He is not a proper role model for the community and cannot assimilate hack into society as a law abiding, productive citizen. What is his ability to gain employment and remain employed for any length of time?

What is his ability to resolve conflict in a non-violent way?

He has a long standing record of substance abuse and failure to remain drug free after repeated admissions to various drug treatment facilities both in state and out of state.

Lack of respect for authority, with violence stemming from childhood.

 

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