Freedom, Justice, and Love
Suffering is a spiritual criteria for
loving, especially when the suffering is for those you love. "Ramsey, my son, one
thing is certain. If we do not suffer for love, we will suffer for not loving.
Dr. Salvador Alvarez
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How Ramsey Muņiz was Framed in 1994
He worked as a Legal Assistant. In 1994 a client asked him to move his car.
The car was stopped without reason and and narcotics were found. Reasons for stopping the car were proven false.
The client (actual culprit) was allowed to go free and kept out of trial.
Evidence that would have exonerated Muņiz was not produced in trial until it was too late.
Ramsey Muņiz was convicted and sentenced to life without parole.
He and his family have suffered unjustly and he is now 72 years of age.
Ramsey Muņiz, a former attorney, athlete, and graduate of Baylor Law School, defended civil and human rights. At the age of 71 he remains unlawfully and unjustly imprisoned. We want his freedom now!
"I will forever continue the struggle for my freedom until I die."
Lord, is there
any justice and love still left in my beloved land? Free this man to spend his last days
with his family
and grandchildren. In a just democracy there ought not to be any political prisoners.
Dr. Andres Guerrero
Graduate, Harvard School of Divinity