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Petition For The Release Of Alan Jay Cotton #018615

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In 1992, The Florida Parole Commission Issued Alan A Parole Date Of 10-24-2000. On October 4, 2000, After Completing The Transition Program At Everglades Correctional Institution, Receiving His Release Package Of Clothes From His Wife, And Taking His Release Photo, The Florida Parole Commission, Using The Same Information Used To Set Alan A Parole Date, Suspended The Date Indefinitely. At Alan's Age, This Is An In-House Death Sentence. Alan Is A Model Prisoner, Over 300 Self-Help Certificates In 25 Years. He Facilitates The Mosaic Dialogue Program, Alternative To Violence, Basic And Advance, Gender Awareness, Life Abundant Attitude Class, And Criminon. He Takes Self-Help Programs Including C.D.L. And Leads Religious Services. Alan Is Married, And Is The Father Of Four Daughters And One Son, Nineteen Grandchildren And Five Great Grandchildren. What Keeps Alan Going Is The Three F's Faith, Family, And Friends. Alan Has hope, Is Loved And Knows The Meaning Of Love. The Three F's Have Given Alan The Serenity That Has Destroyed The Shallowness Of The Life He Used To Lead, The Florida Parole Commission Is Now Called The Offender Release Board. As of May 31, 2016, There Are Approximately 4,552 Inmates Who Are Still Eligible For Parole Consideration And Numerous Offenders Who Are Still Under Parole Supervision. There Are Approximately 110,000 Inmates In The Prison System. Alan Is One Of The Dinosaurs Under The Scheme Of Parole. At The Rate Paroles Are Made, It Will Be Approximately 166 Years Until The 4,552 Are Paroled. This Is A Blight On The State Of Florida. Alan Like The Other Men And Women Have Demonstrated Genuine, Consistent Behavior Change Over A Long Period Of Years. He Has Grown, Matured And Changed While Incarcerated. He Has Paid For His Crimes With Many Years Of His Life This Continued Incarceration Does Not Serve A Moral Or Legal Purpose. We, The Residents Of Florida Petition For The Release Of Alan Jay Cotton #018615.

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