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Emergency Community Support for the release of Terence Crawley under the Cares Act

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Dear BOP Director and Courts,

I fully support the safe return of Terence Crawley, BOP Reg.# 14192-084 to our community. Recently the Attorney General
broadened the scope of the CARES ACT to include for consideration for being transferred to Home confinement, individuals
who have underlying health conditions which have not served ninety percent of their sentence.
Terence Crawley has made some errors in judgement and was sentenced as a Career Offender to 272 months. in prison.
He has currently been in prison for ten (10) years and three (3) months and should have only received a sentence similar
to his co-defendant of 151 mths.. Terence Crawley has been diagnosed with Bronchitis in 2004 while in the custody of the Maryland Department of Corrections and housed at the Maryland Correctional Training Center ("MCTC"). Recently in 2018 while being housed at FCI Fort Dix, he received lung x-rays which a doctor there diagnosed him as having "calcification
in the capillaries in his right lung.". These underlying conditions are serious enough to potentially turn his overly harsh
sentence to a death sentence if he is exposed to COVID-19. Terence is my friend and family and he has two beautiful
children who deserve to have their Father home with them, as well as his Mom, brothers, cousins, aunts, and uncles who love him dearly.
Terence release plan includes him transferring to his mothers house to be quarantined. Terence's Mom is a health professional that supervises a doctors office for over 30 years and is much more equipped to handle his care than the BOP is at this time, if he were to come into contact with COVID-19. Moreover, as a community we are prepared to support Terence
financially, spiritually, mentally, and physically after he is transferred to home confinement. Terence is not a danger to our
community. In fact, He has demonstrated that his crime which he has been convicted of was an error of judgment, by not committing any violent acts since his incarceration while being housed in some of the BOP most dangerous prisons. We want Terence safely released and returned to the community promptly. Furthermore, he has demonstrated that he is prepared to lead a positive life and be a great positive role model for the youth in the community. He has created a several non-profit programs which are apart of the Community Development Initiative of The judgment New Beginnings Project, Inc., a Maryland Non-Profit organization. So Terence will be hands on in the rebuilding of our community once this deadly worldwide pandemic is over. He also will have no problem being hired to work as a Car Salesman due to his General Motors Certification as an Internet Sales Manager.
Thank you for your Careful Consideration in Releasing and Safely Returning our Loved one to a Safe Environment.

Sincerely, The Family and Friends of Terence J. Crawley

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