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A summary about the worse situation of Mumia Abu - Jamal. Please please please take action. Yesterday it was the birthday of Mumia.




Condition Critical: Friday Report From Prison Mumia Gravely Ill


Mumia Abu-Jamal was seen today by his wife and his condition has worsened. He, is gravely ill. We are asking everyone to call the prison. Right now. It may be late, but call whenever you get this.


Mumia needs 24 hour care and supervision. He can not be in this condition in general population. In this state he may not be able ask for help, he may lose consciousness. He is too weak. (He was released from the infirmary two days ago).


His condtiion: He is extremely swollen in his neck, chest, legs, and his skin is worse than ever, with open sores. He was not in a wheelchair, but can only take baby steps. He is very weak. He was nodding off during the visit. He was not able to eat- he was fed with a spoon. These are symptoms that could be associated with hyper glucose levels, diabetic shock, diabetic coma, and with kidney stress and failure.


Please call these numbers, and any other numbers you have for the Prison and the Governor.


Demand that Mumia Abu-Jamal see a doctor ASAP. Right Now!
Demand that the prison officials call his wife Wadiya Jamal and his lawyer Bret Grote immediately.
Demand that he be seen immediately, and the not be left to go into a diabetic coma.


John Kerestes, Superintendent SCI Mahanoy: 570-773-2158 x8102 | 570-783-2008 Fax | 301 Morea Road, Frackville PA 1793

Tom Wolf, PA Gvrnr: 717-787-2500 | | 508 Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg PA 17120

John Wetzel, PA DOC: 717-728-4109 | 717-728-4178 Fax | | 1920 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg PA 17050

Susan McNaughton, DOC Press secretary 717-728-4025. PA Doc


We need your help right now. Please forward this far and wide.
We need more phone numbers to call inside SCI Mahanoy. If you have one send them to us

Every call matters. Every action matters. We need to be in the streets. Call your friends, your neighbors. Take action.


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Zeige Kommentare: ausgeklappt | moderiert

Nicht jede/r kann Englisch genug für eine solche schreckliche Situation.

Daher hier ein kleiner Vorschlag.

Die meisten Nummern in den Aufrufen funktionieren außerdem nicht, weil keiner rangeht.
Diese Nummern haben einen AB, auf den man sprechen kann:
Leiter der Behörde: John Wetzel: 001-717-728-4109 
Pressesprecherin Susan McNaughton: 001-717-728-4025

Die Nachricht könnte so oder ähnlich lauten:
"I am … from … in Germany. I'm calling you because I am in grave sorrow for a prisoner under your care.
That is Mumia Abu-Jamal. 
He is extremely ill and is getting worse by the day. 
Meanwhile I am fearing for his very life. 
PLEASE transfer him to a hospital immediately. 
And PLEASE give him access to a physician of his own choice. He NEEDS it now. 
Staying alive and healthy is a human right.
Please show humanity and have him treated properly.
Thank you so much."

in dieser Phase, nach Sprüchen aufs Band und Mails, konzentrieren wir uns auch aufs Faxen. Bekannt sind 2 Faxnummern:

570-783-2008 Fax John Kerestes, Superintendent SCI Mahanoy, 301 Morea Road, Frackville PA 1793
717-728-4178 Fax John Wetzel, PA DOC, 1920 Technology Pkwy, Mechanicsburg PA 17050

Dazu benutzen wir den Textblock, den prison radio vor ein paar Tagen geschrieben hatte:

We demand that:
1) Mumia’s chosen private physician has immediate regular phone access to Mumia in  the infirmary. Phone access is limited in the infirmary, and Mumia and his physician need  to be in conversation throughout each week.
2) His doctor be allowed to communicate  freely and regularly with the prison infirmary  physicians who are currently overseeing Mumia’s care.
3) The PA Department of Corrections (DOC)  allow Mumia’s doctor to schedule an immediate Independent Medical  Examination in an examination room with a  table and medical instruments.
4) The PA DOC develop a diagnostic and  treatment plan adequate to understand any underlying conditions that have contributed to his current ongoing crisis, and that consultation with appropriate specialists be arranged in a timely fashion and be used to assist in this effort.