@TheJusticeDept: @FL_Corrections turned a 10-year sentence into a short, secret death sentence

Bills pile up, sky high, send that boy home, to die …

Crimes of need are prosecuted zealously, crimes of greed are hardly ever prosecuted at all. It is why Rick Scott is committing additional greed-based crimes as Florida’s governor instead of serving a life sentence for his previous swindles.

Beginning in 2009, Florida tortured Jeffrey Srang to death ever-so-slowly … he died on August 12, 2015 at age 28. His early release from prison (on June 19th) prevented his death from showing up in the Florida Department of Corrections stats. I’ve asked the FDoC for a formal statement, so far they haven’t responded. The FDoC pdf below is from  2012, the picture below is from Jeffrey’s FDoC “release” information.

After you’re done reading Jeffrey’s “to whom it may concern” letter, please sign this petition, even if you aren’t on board with every issue. Florida has no recall or impeachment process, which leaves it to the Department of Justice to deliver us from evil. Thank you.

0001RF 0001oz 0001EH


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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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5 Responses to @TheJusticeDept: @FL_Corrections turned a 10-year sentence into a short, secret death sentence

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  3. Mylisa says:

    this is my brother, whom my family & I very much miss…I wish the system treated low security prisoners like they have families to go home to.


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