Month: October 2018

Zulu will have a hearing about his correct parole date

This Friday, Zulu will have a hearing before the Commissioner of the 19th Judicial District Court. This is about the Louisiana D.O.C. resetting his correct parole date.

Zulu has become eligible for parole since new laws came into place this year for prisoners serving life sentences since the 1970s, and who have already done 40+ years inside. However, in August he learned that his parole date was not set to September 2018, but 2083. His lawyers found out how this happened, and now he will have a Hearing via video court about this.

Let’s send good, positive thoughts to Zulu and his family and friends, comrades, in hopes he will be on board for the next parole hearing!

 

 

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Is this Zulu’s last birthday in prison?

Zulu celebrated his birthday yesterday, his 43rd behind bars, and his sister came to visit him on Friday, because there was no visiting on the Sunday due to the rodeo taking place.

Zulu received a lovely birthday cake, ordered by his sister with the words: “Happy birthday Zulu, this will be your last one here. I love you, your Sis.”

We hope that Zulu will be released soon.