This is a chance for everyone to become involved….its very easy to make a phone call! All details are in the post!! If you have been sitting back wondering how to get started with advocacy and activism- here is the perfect way!!! Read the post and make a phone call tomorrow- it doesnt matter where you are…..what matters is the more phone calls, the better chance we can save Eleazar and make sure he returns to his family!!
URGENT: Phone Zap!! HELP ELEAZAR CABRERA SAFELY RETURN TO HIS FAMILY
Eleazar Cabrera, who has an ICE detainer, is scheduled for release from Monroe Correctional Complex in Washington state on May 30, 2019 — a date calculated not based on the expiration of his sentence, but rather, on his good behavior.
His release date comes so soon after an executive order signed by Governor Inslee last week – making it illegal under state law to comply with federal detainer requests – that DOC staff has told him he will still be turned over to INS.
Now 29, he was brought to the U.S. by his mother when he was six, after his father, a police officer in Mexico, was killed in the line of duty. He and his mother were given visas to come to the U.S. due to the threat of violence. His mother (a home-owner in Washington), and one child are his only family — he has no family in Mexico.
To help Mr. Cabrera and others in the same situation, supporters can call and/or email Governor Jay Inslee, Attorney General Bob Ferguson, and the Secretary of WA DOC, Stephen Sinclair with the following message:
“Please allow Eleazar Cabrera to waive a portion of his good conduct time, thereby allowing him to remain in prison until after the effective date of the sanctuary state legislation, avoiding automatic deportation to a country he does not know, so that he may safely return to his family.”
Governor Jay Inslee
Phone: (360) 902-4111
TTY/TDD call 711 or 1 (800) 833-6388
Stephen Sinclair, Secretary
Washington State Department of Corrections
Atty General Bob Ferguson
Phone: (360) 753-6200
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