Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition:
Parole Subcommittee Request for Information
The PHSS Parole Subcommittee is focusing on parole issues specific to prisoners who have been released from indeterminate SHU, both before and after the Ashker settlement. We are particularly interested in seeing language from transcripts of parole hearings and psych evaluations that contain references to unsuitability for parole based on:
1. Failure to debrief
2. Participation in the hunger strike
3. Factors related to long-term indeterminate SHU, such as inadequate programming.
We are reaching out to prisoners, family members, friends and penpals, including all those who may be familiar with prisoners for whom these issues have been raised in psych evaluations in preparation for parole, or in denials for parole.
We are asking for language from documents, both psych evaluations and BPH transcripts, in order to try to determine patterns and the extent to which these issues are stated as factors indicating unsuitability for parole.
Please provide the following information: Quoted language from documents, prisoner’s name and CDC number, and length of time in SHU. It would also help to have the date of the parole hearing. This information will be used by the committee in connection with its advocacy and may be shared with advocacy groups, as well as with CDCR, Board of Parole Hearings, and other state officials.
Send by mail to: PHSS Parole Committee, PO Box 5586, Lancaster, CA 93539
Hi my loved one is currently in Barry Presley jail in Riverside CA. In ad-seg, he as well as the other inmates in ad-seg are going on Hunger Strike starting April 13, 2017. Is there anybody that can help.