Category: Bureau of Prisons


Letter campaign for Gary


I got this piece of crap letter from the DOJ…they basically said they have no jurisdiction over the BOP.

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However, I did some research and I found that I might have better luck writing the Office of the Inspector General. Gary called Thursday and they have still done nothing for his sleep apnea or his cataracts. Something has to be done. Withholding medical treatment is illegal, so we are going to try writing the Inspector General. I am providing the sample letter and address (there is also an email)

The snail mail address is

Office of the Inspector General

US Department of Justice

Investigation Division

950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Room 4706

Washington, DC 20530

The email is oig.hotline@usdoj.gov

Here is the sample letter

Dear Office of the Inspector General,

I am writing in reference to a prisoner in Florence ADX in Florence, Colorado. His name is Gary Lee Yarbrough #09883-016, and he is being denied serious medical treatment that he is in need of. The main concern is that he has sleep apnea and he is being denied a CPAP machine at ADX. They say they cannot have a CPAP machine there because it is a supermax facility, so they are just doing nothing to treat him. Additionally, he has cataracts, which are really affecting his vision. He hardly has any vision left. He also has Hemochromatosis, which he needs a bloodletting at least twice a month or his high iron levels could also kill him. They might take him for his blood lettings every 3 or 4 months. Additionally, he has aneurysms

I have contacted the prison, the warden, and the Department of Justice. The warden did not even reply back to me. Gary is in desperate need of medical attention. They are seriously neglecting his health and need for medical treatment. If something does not happen soon, Mr. Yarbrough could die from medical neglect. It is the federal government’s responsibility to give Mr. Yarbrough medical treatment while he is in custody.

Could you please look into this matter?


The following is a lot of paperwork on and done by Gary. There is this one particular officer, Lt. A. Kelley, who is always trying to get Gary in trouble. Kelley even took pictures of Gary’s deceased daughter and labeled them as “gang photos” and took all of them. I had to send him more pictures of Annette. This is documentation of how they try to give him grief. This one officer, Lt. Kelley, tried to give Gary a shot for having “wine” in his cell. Gary ended up beating the write up because he didn’t have “wine.” He has no possible way to get yeast at ADX…he is brought his trays. The officer was going by a “fruity smell.” She ended up having to re-write the write up three times to try to make her story stick, but Gary ended up proving his innocence. Here is all the proof. Lt. Kelley has purposely set out to give Gary grief. At one point, she was the one in the mail room and was rejecting and messing with the incoming and outgoing mail.

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In Memory of Bob Mathews


Gary mailed me this little unknown story about Bob to remember Bob on December 8th, Martyr’s Day. The day that Bob gave his life for his Folk. Gary wrote it out the best he could with his eyesight. I will type it up in the next day or so, because I have more stuff that Gary sent me about the hell they are putting him through. In memory of Robert J Mathews…you are missed.

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Gary called Thanksgiving Day. He is still not getting medical care and does not have his CPAP machine, because they are not allowed at Florence ADX. I have several different things coming up, and I am working on several more letter campaigns, which I will have updated on here tomorrow.

Gary is not in Florence SuperMax because of any disciplinary. He is at Florence ADX because of imaginary separations, which he talks about in Jucidial Anomy

I wonder if tax payers know how much they are paying to house a non-disciplinary prisoner in a SuperMax? According to the ACLU, “In that year, the daily cost per inmate at the federal supermax facility ADX Florence is approximately $216.12, compared with
$85.74 for the general population. In addition, construction costs for ADX
Florence were $60 million – over $122,000 per bed.”  Those costs noted per prisoner, is per day!!!! American taxpayers are paying this outrageous costs through their taxes, to house a non-disciplinary prisoner in a SuperMax facility, all based on made up reasons!

But I will be working on several letter campaigns and putting some info together that will show how much medical neglect Gary is suffering from. You can find out about his medical issues here. 

Since that, he has been diagnosed with sleep apnea and they are denying his a CPAP machine, and Gary could die in his sleep. Here is his paperwork that shows how many times he is stopping breathing at night.


Christmas/Yule will soon be here. Since they take so long to get Gary his mail and Gary has such an issue with getting mail, I figured I would start the Christmas card campaign early this year. Outside support is what helps keep Gary going, and the holidays are especially hard. While everybody is having wonderful dinners, surrounded by their loved ones and family, many do not get to enjoy this because they are behind ZOG’s walls.

You can send Gary a Christmas or Yule card at:

Gary Yarbrough #09883-016

US Penitentiary Max

PO Box 8500

Florence, CO 81226-8500

If you would like to send him a few bucks for Christmas, here is how to do that. He is no longer being supported by the Adopt a Bruder fund, so he is no longer getting monthly support. The reason why is also on the page with instructions on how to send him money. We need to make sure Gary knows he is not forgotten on the holidays! It has been especially rough on him with his health issues; however, he will not stop fighting until he draws his last breath….and then as long as I am alive, I will continue to fight for him.

We send out holiday wishes to everybody and hope that everybody has a wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas/Yule. Never take for granted that you have your loved ones with you for the holidays!

 

Gary Yarbrough on Women


Gary sent me this old article that he sent a reply to that was published. Gary believes, and states in his reply, that there would not be a Cause without women. We each have our place, and man and woman belong together, but women can also be strong and an asset….we don’t just belong in the kitchen 🙂 You have to scroll down just a bit to see his reply to this outrageous article….

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Gary’s reply


Here is Gary’s latest medical tests on his sleep apnea, and the remedy he filed for a medical transfer. You can help by helping with the letter campaign for his medical transfer

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Here it is. I am posting it in his own handwriting, I will come back later this evening and also type it up.

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I recently went to see Gary. I knew from his letters that his eyesight was bad and his other assorted medical problems . When I went to visit him, I found out that he now has COPD and Sleep Apnea. Sleep Apnea can be dangerous. Gary actually quits breathing while he is sleeping. He needs a CPAP machine to keep him breathing while he is sleeping. However, because of ADX being a SuperMax, a CPAP machine is not allowed. He needs to be moved to a medical facility, ASAP! Additionally, his cataracts are so bad that he cannot see. He was not able to see my face during our visit. On the first day of our visit, which is behind glass, he couldn’t see the directions on how to use the visitation phone. I got the attention of an officer. The officer made me move away from the visitation window while they got Gary’s case manager/counselor to handle the situation. Gary was looking at the phone and trying to read the directions when they made me move away from the window, so he didn’t know where I went to. He knocked on the window and I went back around to the window to explain where I had went to. I told him they made me move away from the window until this was sorted….he nodded his head “OK.” Then I went back to the chair they told me to sit in. Next thing I know, an officer comes out of their officer room and tells me, “We seen you go back by the glass, even though we told you to move away from it. Don’t do that again or we will terminate your visit.” I looked at him and said, “Gary didn’t know where I disappeared to, and I was simply letting him know I was waiting here until this is taken care of.” This is just a small sample of how Gary and myself is treated during visitation. To get his vision back, he just needs a simple cataract surgery/implant. Additionally, during visitation, on Friday, they took him out for his blood letting, for the build up of iron in his blood. This is a very deadly disorder, he is suppose to go every other week for a blood letting, yet he hadn’t been for 4 months, until I showed up for a visit. So, we, Gary’s voice out in the free world, need to help him get to a medical facility. Gary only has 5 years until he maxes out and they have to let him go…but they want him dead before this date…thus, the medical neglect on some very serious health problems. So, here is a simple letter and the addresses.

You can snail mail to

THE JOINT COMMISSION
ONE RENAISSANCE BOULEVARD
OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL 60181

Also the Department of Justice

U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
Special Litigation Section, PHB
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530

U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

Also, if you don’t want to do snail mail, here is a contact form for the Department of Justice/Jeff Sessions for the Department of Justice/Jeff Sessions

Here is the sample letter:

To Whom It May Concern:

I am writing in reference to Gary Yarbrough #09883-016, who is a prisoner at Florence ADX. He is having several major health problems: COPD, Sleep Apnea, aneurysms, Hemochromatosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and several other illnesses. You can find more at his website and this article https://susan1219.wordpress.com/2017/08/16/health-concerns-by-gary-yarbrough/.

He is suppose to be receiving blood letting for the Hemochromatosis bi-weekly, to keep his body from building up deadly amounts of iron, which could kill him. He recently went four months without a blood-letting, which led to his iron level reaching a very deadly level.

Letters about this situation have been written to the Warden of ADX and BOP Regional Office with no response.

Mr. Yarbrough truly needs to be in a medical facility since ADX does not allow the CPAP machine used for Sleep Apnea, since it is a SuperMax facility. He needs to be in a medical facility so that all of his health problems can be treated. He has suffered from serious medical neglect while in BOP custody. This issue really needs to be investigated. Even though Mr. Yarbrough is a prisoner, the Bureau of Prisons is legally liable for his medical care, while he is in their custody. So, could you please look into this situation before this horrible medical neglect leads to the death of Mr. Yarbrough.

Thank you,

Sign your name

Come on folks, let’s get this out to these people. Gary sacrificed his life for us. Now it is our turn to help him before the BOP lets him die.

Susan Yarbrough


Here it is, Folks. His 2016 parole hearing, where y’all helped pay for his parole attorney. As you will see, stuff is brought up that never should’ve been brought up. This is what every parole hearing is…a farce

2016 Parole Hearing