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    Happy birthday Ross! Life outside prison is highly overrated to be honest, so enjoy prison while it lasts ;)

  • Ross's birthday (6th in prison) is March 27. Birthday cards, letters, or a reminder that he hasn't been forgotten would mean so much. Your birthday is a hard reminder of another year that's past caged behind bars. #FreeRoss His address: If you send him a powerchat on his bitbacker page, the money goes directly to, and the comments will be written into physical birthday cards and sent to him. Thank you all so much for your support

  • Sending all my love! #FreeRoss

    Wish my mother was that freedom loving. Unfortunately government shutdown is not for your prison. (free market would solve for detention for real criminals pretty fast). Keep it up! Your story is not over yet!

    Hope you get justice Ross. You're an amazing person who deserves his life. I wish you and your whole family a merry Christmas and much love you all are heroes.

  • My son, Ross Ulbricht, is serving a double life sentence plus 40 years, without the possibility of parole, for a website he made when he was 26 years old and passionate about free markets and privacy. Ross―an Eagle Scout, scientist and peaceful entrepreneur―had all non-violent charges and no criminal history. This is a sentence that shocks the conscience. The website Silk Road was an e-commerce platform similar to eBay, where individual users chose what to list for sale. Both legal and illegal items were sold, most commonly small amounts of cannabis. Ross is condemned to die in prison, not for dealing drugs himself but for a website where others did. This is far harsher than the punishment for many murderers, pedophiles, rapists and other violent people. Ross’s investigation, trial and sentencing were rife with abuse. This includes corrupt federal investigators (now in prison) who were hidden from the jury, as well as prosecutorial misconduct, constitutional violations and reliance on unproven allegations at sentencing. Ross did not get a fair trial and his sentence was draconian. Justice was not served. We, the undersigned, seek mercy for Ross Ulbricht. He told the court that Silk Road was a terrible mistake that he deeply regrets, that he never intended harm, and that he has learned the heavy price of breaking the law. Ross’s life history clearly shows he is a compassionate young man with much to contribute. The judge received 100 letters attesting to his excellent character and how much he has helped others. These include those in prison, where he has tutored, led classes, and generally helped fellow inmates. Keeping Ross caged for life helps no one; will cost taxpayers about $2 million; and deprives society of an exceptionally kind, generous and creative person. Even in the face of his walking death sentence, Ross clings to the hope of a second chance and dreams of a future where he can be reunited with his loved ones, and use his education, knowledge and skills to give to his community and society as a whole. Please sign this petition and help us bring Ross home. Learn more about Ross Ulbricht here.

  • From the NBTV fundraiser, sending all my love to you xoxo

    We out here fo' real

    This is an incredibly sad time of year for anyone with loved ones behind bars, especially if they're there for all non-violent offenses. I hope that people use this page to send a little joy your way with support for your ongoing fight xox #FreeRoss

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