4 or 5: HOW MANY PEOPLE MADE PAROLE ON JUNE 25, 2020?

Yesterday, June 25, 2020, the #AbolishABPP held 36 Parole hearings. According to their news release, only 4 people were granted parole.

However, when you read their parole list from this same website, it shows GRANTED by the names of 5 different people:

1. Jamal DeCosta Short

2. Kandance Leanne Short


3. Anna Maria McNutt

4. Charles Wayne Phillips

5. Terry Wayne Short

See: https://paroles.alabama.gov/2020/06/25/parole-decisions-june-25-2020/

So, why is it that the #AbolishABPP is issuing conflicting statements within the same document? Here’s what we think:

As everyone knows, over the first two days of our #J232425 Protest at #AbolishABPP headquarters, FAM and the FAM Queen Team noticed that not a single Black woman had been granted parole. At the time, 72 hearings (35 on Day 1 and 37 on Day 2) had been held. Twenty-five Paroles were GRANTED as of Day 2, 17 to white males, 4 to white females, and 4 to black males.

After publicizing this information across social media, the very next day, June 25, 2020, #AbolishABPP granted its first and only parole to a Black woman, Mr. Anna Maria McNutt. We also noticed that #AbolishABPP was stalking our Twitter account when we sent out an ALERT after Queen Nikki D was blocked from entering the building where the #AbolishABPP is located. Queen Nikki D was attempting to deliver #FAMs12DEMANDS to the #AbolishABPP. So they definitely knew that we were informing the public about the Institutional Racism that was going on at the #AbolishABPP.

Damn stalkers need to be paying more attention to parole-ready men and women instead of lying on Twitter

It appears that many deserving people are being left hanging for parole by #GraddickMustGo, while there is credible evidence suggesting that racial quotas and Twitter posts are dictating parole considerations. Does any of this have anything to do with the fact that the #AbolishABPP is providing conflicting results in their statements? FAM thinks so.

Why is it that these people can’t count to 5? Is that the reason why parole numbers are so low?

We already know that the#AbolishABPP does not have any criteria or guidelines for granting Parole.  Why is it that these people can’t count to 5? Is that the reason why parole numbers are so low?

So, who was #5? When were they added to the list? Are Paroles being granted based on Twitter posts to mask institutional racism? What’s really going on?

#GraddickMustGo

#RemoveTheNooseFromABPP

#AbolishABPP

#DefundABPP

#OperationToppleAndDismantle

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