Saturday, 7 January 2012

Nationwide Call In Day to Free Sara Kruzan


By Jonathan Perri


Wednesday, 11 January 2012
Time08:00 until 18:00
Call (916) 445-2841


January 11, 2012 National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and we hope you'll take a just a few moments of your time to help lend a voice to Sara Kruzan, a human trafficking victim who has been in prison for the last 17 years after she killed the man who raped her at age 11 and forced her into prostitution at age 13. At only 16 years old Sara was tried as an adult, convicted, and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.


On Wednesday, January 11, Sara needs your help. Please call Governor Brown and ask him to grant Sara time served. Here’s what to do:


1) Call Governor Brown (916) 445-2841.


http://www.facebook.com/events/139188056197351/
2) Express your support for granting of clemency to Sara Kruzan. Feel free to personalize your message and share your own story if you have one — the more personal, the better.


If you are calling from California:


Hello, my name is _________ from _________, CA and I would like to urge you to publicly support clemency for Sara Kruzan. She is a human trafficking victim imprisoned without the possibility of parole at the age of 16 after killing the man who had sexually abused her since she was 11 years old and prostituted her since she was 13 years old. She has spent the last 17 years of her life in prison and during that time she has earned a college degree and earned the recognition of the corrections officers. Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and I hope you’ll use your power to grant her freedom. Thank you for your time.


If you are calling from outside California:


Hello, my name is _________ and I would like to urge you to publicly support clemency for Sara Kruzan. She is a human trafficking victim imprisoned without the possibility of parole at the age of 16 after killing the man who had sexually abused her since she was 11 years old and prostituted her since she was 13 years old. She has spent the last 17 years of her life in prison and during that time she has earned a college degree and earned the recognition of the corrections officers. Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and I hope you’ll use your power to grant her freedom. Thank you for your time.


You can also help by tweeting about Sara.


@JerryBrownGov Please grant time served to #humantrafficking victim Sara Kruzan. 17 years in prison is long enough. #FreeSara


@JerryBrownGov Sara Kruzan is a #humantrafficking victim. Please grant time served on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. #FreeSara

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