June 18, 2013
From Death Row Inmate by Michael Flinner (author's profile)


The Nexus Between Human
Rights and Social Media

3298 North Glassford Hill Road
Suite #104/PMB #154
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
The DRIproject@gmail.com


Be it apathy or oversight, a complete lack of national protocol for
the willing inmate to donate living vital organs and tissues to
those beneath their very own sentence of death, seems to be the
"accepted norm."

People die daily awaiting transplants while some 2.3 million
inmates are systematically denied the opportunity to make the
ultimate restitution --- GIFTS OF LIFE!

Committed to creating legislation for those whose bravery and
dignity continue to inspire, and in concert with what we hope will
come out of the efforts of a Salt Lake City, Utah law-maker's
(Steve Eliason) office where he's drafting a bill to introduce
what'll permit inmates to donate organs, we'd ask that you do a
little homework and let your viewers know about this CONTROVERSIAL
issue and if they're in favor of it, where they can go to sign the

This venue promises to climb its way out of infancy with the
courage necessary to demonstrate with sheer weight of numbers that
legislators will be hard-pressed to dismiss, prisoners represent
viable contributions to those in need.

Thank you very much for yout time and consideration in this matter.

Best Net' Regards,

Michael Flinner
CSP-SQSP #V-30064
San Quentin, CA 94964

twitter: @inmateorgans


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