The Last Prisoner Project together with the Cannabis Caucus of the Michigan Democratic Party, FORCE Detroit, and The Redemption Foundation have launched the Michigan Cannabis Prisoner Release Campaign.
The development of hashish inside this nation has referred to as for a necessity for felony justice reform. Long time supporter of LPP and advocate, TV host Montel Williams has a private historical past with Michigan hashish reform, stating, “Michigan’s failure to address restorative justice as part of cannabis legalization shocks the conscience.” Williams was arrested in a Detroit airport for possession of a pipe in 2002.
The marketing campaign goals to safe the discharge and report expungement of Rudi Gammo, Michael Thompson, and all nonviolent Michigan hashish prisoners. In conjunction with its launch, the Michigan Cannabis Release Campaign introduced a donation of $10,000 to the household of Rudi Gammo, whose 6-year-old son Santino has not too long ago been identified with leukemia.