In the U.S. Bureau of Prison's
I first joined the newly formed, non-profit organization An American Injustice; being that we shared a common interest i.e. to bring awareness to how Americans are being callously incarcerated, under brutal criminal sentencing guidelines. Due to the egregious nature of my sentence here I am as the quintessential poster-child.
Yet today A.A.I. offers me a platform to expose the defacto corruption and assorted abuse's inmates incarcerated in the United States Bureau of Prisons are experiencing.
Trust I've thought long and hard about bringing this matter to the forefront. Mainly due to the consequences this exposure may very well prompt against me. As a result of many sleepless months contemplating the untold consequences I may endure, I've come to terms that perhaps this is my lot in life! For me to ignore, or pass up the opportunity to expose, and be a voice for the over two hundred thousand men and women incarcerated would in and of itself be a cowardice crime!
The letter to President Obama (shown here-in) touches on the detriment of my personal experience throughout my years of imprisonment in the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. With great resolve I stand determined and undaunted with hopes that my personal predicament brings appropriate change to the existing corruption and abuse suffered at the hand of our government employees.
On the advice of my attorney I will not expound further: and allow the investigative agencies to exhaust it's due diligence; before I publicize the extent of it. Note: I am of sound health and mind and should something mysteriously happen to me it's was not of my volition.
With great emotion I thank all of you for standing alongside me as we face a judicial apocalypse.
Daniel Angel Rodriguez,A.A.I