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Meet Richard DeLisi – The Longest Serving Nonviolent Prisoner in the United States for Cannabis
    #26832909 - 07/19/20 07:15 PM (24 days, 20 hours ago)

The drug war is barbaric - VD


Richard DeLisi is a 71 year old man serving a 90-year sentence in Florida at the South Bay Correctional Facility (SBCF) for marijuana. Richard has no history of violence and has been in prison since 1989 – 31 years.



In 1988, Richard was caught as part of a reverse-sting/entrapment operation for trafficking cannabis into the State of Florida. Richard and his brother, Ted DeLisi, were both charged for cannabis trafficking and sentenced to a total of 98 years in prison. (Ted DeLisi was released from prison in 2013.)



Although the crime he was sentenced for carried a guideline of 12-17 years, Richard received what amounts to 3 life sentences for a plant which has been deemed “essential” by many state governments during the pandemic and is now socially accepted and legal in many countries all over the world. Florida, a state notorious for harsh drug sentences, has since made cannabis legal for medicinal use. According to recent data, two-thirds of Americans believe that adult-use marijuana should be legalized. A poll by the University of North Florida reveals that 64 percent of Floridians now support adult-use marijuana.



Due to good behavior and good time credit, Richard’s release date is currently set for August 26, 2022. However, that day may never come for Richard. His age coupled with several underlying chronic conditions makes Richard particularly susceptible to the coronavirus, and SBCF has already become a hotspot for the virus.

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Re: Meet Richard DeLisi – The Longest Serving Nonviolent Prisoner in the United States for Cannabis [Re: viraldrome]
    #26833541 - 07/20/20 05:00 AM (24 days, 11 hours ago)

Uggghh


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Dreaming of That face again.
It's bright and blue and shimmering.
Grinning wide
And comforting me with it's three warm and wild eyes.

Prying open MY third eye



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Re: Meet Richard DeLisi – The Longest Serving Nonviolent Prisoner in the United States for Cannabis [Re: Fractal420]
    #26838031 - 07/22/20 01:08 PM (22 days, 3 hours ago)

When prisons become more electronically controlled hackers need to get on unlocking the electronic cell doors and locking the gaurds in their control stations. Prison gaurd positions are relatively easy jobs to get hired for. Someone get the job and gain some intel for the hackers


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Re: Meet Richard DeLisi – The Longest Serving Nonviolent Prisoner in the United States for Cannabis [Re: sk8fast]
    #26842063 - 07/24/20 08:34 AM (20 days, 7 hours ago)

I know(think?) you are just joking but I kind of doubt prison doors will ever be connected to the internet. Even if prison control systems used the internet protocol, surely it would be an intranet.


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