On Friday, the Clemency for Ross Ulbricht petition hosted on Change.org surpassed 250,000 signatures. The solicitation for signatures started in July 2018 and gathered roughly 6,200 signatures during the first three days. Now with a quarter of a million signatures asking U.S. President Donald Trump to commute Ulbricht’s sentence, the message clearly shows how people have continued to fight for his freedom and hope one day Ross will be a free man.
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A Petition for Ross Ulbricht’s Clemency
Ross Ulbricht is serving two life sentences in prison, plus 40 years, for a website he designed when he was 26. Not to mention, there’s lots of evidence pointing to the fact that Ulbricht gave up leading the Silk Road marketplace well before he was arrested. Also, law enforcement’s investigations into the Silk Road (SR) and Ross Ulbricht are tainted and riddled with unconstitutional issues and two federal agents who went rogue. These agents had “keys to the kingdom,”…