Thursday, September 18, 2008

William Coleman (Connecticut hunger-striking inmate at Osborn C.I.)

16th September 2008

On the 1st July 2008 we released a statement informing you on the plight of William Coleman. Since September 16th 2007 he has stopped taking solid food and has maintained his hunger protest despite losing vast weight and falling ill on occasions.

The sole reason for his protest is to protect his children and highlight to others what damage is done to people like Bill by the broken and corrupt Connecticut judicial system.

Today, to mark the one year anniversary of his hunger strike, Bill has stopped taking all fluids. This is a decision that has not been easy as his family and supporters have worked hard to prevent this from happening over the past four years. However, we were unable to convince him to stop.

Time will soon run out if we are unable to help him and we urge you to help. The help Bill is looking for is a fair and neutral investigation into Connecticut’s broken judicial system that ruins many people’s lives. Bill’s case is only one example of many. We urge everyone to help us before it is too late.

Bill has expressed in no uncertain terms that he does not want to be force fed. The DOC has applied for and succeeded in getting a court order to do just that. Bill has a Living Will that expressly forbids force-feeding.

Please visit Bill Coleman, Innocent Man. This web page has been put together by his family to help the public understand what he has endured and how the justice system has failed him.

We feel that time is running out, help now.

Thank you for your time,

From Bill’s Family, Friends and Supporters


The Stark Raving Viking said...

Justice in Connecticut is not possible. The liars run the courts, are the police, and are the lying lawyers.

The attorney judge mafia in Connecticut is very strong and cares little about justice. Judge google "Judencia"

Anonymous said...

The link you have given comes up with a polish website. Has it been "doctored" I wonder?

Truth in Justice Files said...

You're right, the link now goes to a Polish website ... or so it appears, since I can't read Polish. I'll leave it as it is for a bit to see if it gets straightened out. Meanwhile, I suggest googling "William Coleman innocent man" to get updates on his situation.

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