Ramsey Muniz thanks his Angels, asks for your Letter of Support

Dear Friends:

Words cannot adequately convey the gratitude that we feel for the spirituality bestowed on my husband, Ramsey Muñiz. Spiritual insight and messages received have increased in profoundness. Ramsey is surrounded by loving spirits who acknowledge his pain, sadness, and suffering felt as a result of his unjust incarceration. Ramsey now knows that these loving spirits have supported him since his years of greatest suffering.

During these holidays we share this sacred spirituality seeking your prayers and hoping that everyone will gain a sense of gratitude for the spirituality that the Creator has given us. Ramsey asks God to share this spirituality that given us the strength to endure the pursuit of freedom, justice, and equality for all humanity.

We live in a spiritually wounded world. Our struggle for our freedom and for the freedom of all humanity is a creation that will one day be able to close the world’s open wounds, which means that God’s creation is unfinished.

We thank you with all the love in our hearts for your kindness, support, and for believing in our God-given freedom.


Ramsey and Irma Muñiz

Dear Friends:

Ramsey Muñiz remains wrongfully incarcerated. On December 13, 2010, he will turn 68 years of age. Ramsey is approaching 70 years of age and he has suffered greatly. We will not abandon efforts to free him until he is reunited with his family once again!

The National Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz received correspondence from Dr. Andres Guerrero, graduate of the Harvard School of Divinity, who stated, “We must notify all of the LULAC Chapters and the American GI Forum. Saginaw, Michigan has a great group which I will notify. Ya Basta tanto silencio de todo esto. Where are our leaders when we need them? God, tell us where are they?” Dr. Guerrero speaks of the wrongful incarceration of Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz, a past Hispanic leader of the Chicano Civil Rights Movement, whose contributions and political activism brought about advancements for Hispanics, Mexican Americans and Latinos.

As supporters of civil and human rights, we ask that you talk about the case of Ramsey Muñiz with your family and friends to educate them about his case. Below is a past LULAC national resolution regarding Ramsey Muñiz that will help in this effort. It was signed by past president of National LULAC, Rosa Rosales.

Tell your family and friends that they can help by mailing two letters to request a transfer for Ramsey Muñiz from Beaumont, Texas to Three Rivers, Texas, which is closer to his home. One letter will be addressed to their senator, and the other will be addressed to their United States congressman.

If your senator or congressman has written a letter and received a denial to our transfer request, ask him/her to respond to the correspondence. There is no reason for our request to be denied, since Judge Paul Brown ordered Ramsey’s placement in Three Rivers, Texas in the 1994 trial. In trial Ramsey Muñiz stated, “I would like to ask the Court if I could be placed in an institution close to my family, which is Three Rivers, Texas.” Judge Paul Brown agreed, stating “Well, I will make that recommendation, Mr. Muñiz.” See the attached pages of the transcript which serves as evidence.

Ask your senator and congressman to write to Gerardo Maldonado, Jr., Director of the South Central Region Bureau of Prisons, to ask that Ramsey Muñiz be transferred to Three Rivers, Texas, as ordered by the Judge Paul Brown in the 1994. (If your congressman was not re-elected, ask him to help with this urgent humanitarian issue before leaving office. He/she do not officially leave until in January).

Attached is a sample letter that you can mail to your senator or congressman. The address for Senator John Cornyn is shown below. Please obtain the address for your United States Congressman/Congresswoman and send the same letter to him/her.

The Honorable John Cornyn
United States Senator
500 Spring Valley Road, Suite 1125 E
Dallas, TX 75244

We extend our deepest gratitude for your assistance in this urgent matter. For additional information about Ramsey Muñiz, please go to www.freeramsey.com.

Irma Muñiz

National Committee to Free Ramsey Muñiz

November 24, 2010

The Honorable John Cornyn
United States Senator
500 Spring Valley Road, Suite 1125E
Dallas, TX 75244

Re: Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz 40288-115

Dear Senator Cornyn:

I write to request that that Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz be transferred to the Three Rivers Federal Correctional Institution in Three Rivers, Texas. His placement there will be closer to home, and this will ease physical and financial hardships faced by his closest family members who are unable to make the trip to Beaumont. His mother-in-law is 82 years of age, and his brothers are in poor health.

Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz has suffered greatly for almost seventeen years of his life. He is approaching 70 years of age, and it is time that to have him transferred close to his family.

In the 1994 trial transcript Ramsey Muñiz stated, “I would like to ask the Court if I could be placed in an institution close to my family, which is Three Rivers, Texas.” Judge Paul Brown agreed with his request stating, “Well, I will make that recommendation, Mr. Muñiz.”

Court orders are followed by all citizens, as a judge’s decision and recommendation are given the highest consideration. Those standards are expected in the Ramsey Muñiz case, and we seek enforcement of the order made by Judge Paul Brown in court.

According to the family of Ramiro Muñiz, he has been in good health since his arrival at Beaumont. He has not taken medication for illness and he has not requested medical attention in Beaumont, Texas. Please confirm his current medical status.

The family, friends, and supporters of Ramiro Muñiz request that he be transferred closer to his family during the remaining years of his life. Thank you for your help in securing his transfer back home as soon as possible.

Please forward my request to Mr. Gerardo Maldonado, Jr., Director of the South Central Region Bureau of Prisons at the address shown below. Thank you for your assistance.

Gerardo Maldonado, Jr., Regional Director
South Central Regional Office
Federal Bureau of Prisons
4211 Cedar Springs Rd.
Dallas, TX 75219

Very truly yours,

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