@ Phil Cenedella
Dear Governor Brown
In 1978 you were 3 years into your first term as Governor of the Golden State,......and Sara Kruzan had not yet been born.
Fast forward 16 years...........1994.
You had a radio show that among other topics, focused on the inequity of our criminal justice system and your aim was to CHANGE it.
At that same time Sara, who was now 16 and a human trafficking victim, had been repeatedly raped for five years by men three times her age, sold for sex, beaten and tortured.
Fast Forward 16 years............2011.
You are again the leader of one of the greatest states in our nation.
Sara sits in a prison cell in the state of California.
Former-governor Schwarzenegger recently commuted Sara's sentence but did not release her from her prison cell, ........which quite honestly makes no sense to us at all.
As President Abraham Lincoln stated so eloquently:
"If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong."
We the people, hereby request you correct this criminal justice inequity for this one particular case and use it as a catalyst to re-evaluate how our society handles the inequities child victims of human trafficking (slavery) face in America today.
Governor Jerry Brown:
It's 2011, please immediately, without hesitation or conditions, release Sara Kruzan from prison and help us all CHANGE THE WORLD!
national association of human trafficking victim advocates
PLEASE SIGN LET'S MAKE SOME CHANGE ENOUGH IS ENOUGH FREE SARA KRUZAN