10 years ago, Jennifer Claycomb\'s boyfriend, Thomas Gondek was convicted of raping her 18 month old daughter. Doctors said that the little girl was also shaken so hard that she suffered permanent brain damage. Gondek was sentenced to serve 15 years to life in an Ohio prison. But that may not happen. The Ohio Department of Corrections may allow Gondek out of prison early. A parole hearing is set in March. "Her brain was crushed and her tiny body sodomized by this man, said Claycomb. "My daughter has a life sentence, so should Thomas Gondek. He should be just as miserable as she is. I want the parole board to know that this is a sick, sick person. He has never admitted what he did to my daughter". Jennifer Claycomb is so worried that the Department of Corrections might give Gondek an early release that she has started her own petition drive. She and her fiancee have been visiting all the nearby gas stations to deliver petition forms and ask for signatures. This petition was started by a concerned citizen that would like to help Jennifer in her efforts to keep him in jail. Anyone wishing to submit a written statement concerning Gondek\'s parole hearing can send a letter to the Ohio Parole Board, Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, 1050 Freeway Drive, North, Columbus, OH 43229. You must include the name: Thomas J Gondek and his prison number: A365834. This is an online petition to request to the Department of Corrections that Parole for Thomas J. Gondek, prison #A365834 be denied and that he continue to remain in jail for his crimes.